Places To Visit in Netherlands

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Here are the top 6 tourist places in Netherlands

1. Amsterdam

4.7 /5

1 out of 6
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The capital city of Netherlands probably has one of the most chilled out vibes across all cities of Europe. If you're travelling to Amsterdam, rest assured, it's going to be one of your most wonderful experiences. The city has everything, from a bustling night life, to picnic parks, to some spectacu...

Best Time: March to October

2. Rotterdam

4.4 /5

2 out of 6
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The second largest city of Netherlands and the largest port in all of Europe, Rotterdam is one of the most progressed cities of recent times. Complete with it's brilliant attractions and iconic modern buildings, Rotterdam is a must have on your Dutch itinerary.

Best Time: June to August

3. The Hague

3.9 /5

3 out of 6
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Internationally known majorly as the headquarters of the International Court of Justice, The Hague is fast coming up as a travel destination in itself. People are waking up to the fact that there is more to the city than just courts and black robes. The world is waking up. Where are you!

Best Time: Throughout the year

4. Eindhoven

4.3 /5

4 out of 6
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A great symbol of progress and modernity of the Netherlands, Eindhoven is a beautiful city full of museums and great cultural diversity.

Best Time: June to August

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5. Utrecht

4.3 /5

5 out of 6
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Utrecht is the religious centre of the Netherlands. It is home to the Utrecht University and also many art museums giving it a very cool hipster vibe alongside its ancient religious background. One of the most diverse places in the Netherlands, Utrecht is fast becoming a top list in every traveller'...

Best Time: March to May

6. Delft

4.0 /5

6 out of 6
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Delft is a cosy little town in South Holland, known best for its technological university and lively student culture. You'll be acquainted with the rich history of this side of Holland, and also the works from the Dutch Golden Age. Delft is an amazing place for a few days of recreation.

Best Time: May to July

FAQs on Netherlands

What is the currency of Netherlands?

Euros are the only acceptable currency in the Netherlands. It is important to remember that a lot of shops do not accept banknotes of Û100, Û200 and Û500, due to counterfeiting and burglary threats. 1 or 2 cent coins are also not given as change, and the price of shopping is rounded up or down. American Express cards are widely used in the Netherlands, but Amex is not as widely accepted as Visa or Mastercard. The locals often use local bank cards which mean even small shops and market stands usually have a machine. In tourist spots, as well as in larger shops and restaurants, cards are readily accepted, but it is always better to ask in advance.

What is the history of Netherlands?

From 1555 to 1581, the Dutch were ruled by the Spanish. In 1588, the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands was formed. During the 17th century, the Netherlands declared a 12-yearÊtruce with Spain and became a prosperous trading nation, founding a colony in South Africa in 1652. However, due to increasing trade rivalry, the Netherlands had to fight three consecutive wars with England. Finally, William of Orange, ruler of the Netherlands made peace with England by marrying the princess. Therefore, in the late 17th century, science,Êart, and philosophy finally flourished in the country. However, in the 18th century, the political and economic power of the country started declining. The Dutch were again involved in the War of the Spanish Succession against the French, and were hence exhausted all the resources. The French successfully invaded the Netherlands; however, with Napoleon's defeat and William of Orange's return, the country once again came under his rule. After his death, his son took over and introduced a new liberal constitution. For the rest of the 19th century, the Netherlands remained prosperous and stable and industrial growth took place. In the 20th century, while the Netherlands remained neutral during WW-I, it suffered through the Great Depression in the 1930s. Further, it was invaded by Germany in WW-II, and the people suffered terribly with frequent bombings and deportations. With the end of the war, NetherlandsÊslowly recovered and became a founding member of the EU in 1957.

How is Netherlands divided into regions?

Eastern Netherlands is home to numerous hotspots including Hoge Veluwe National Park - the largest national park in the Netherlands and the beautiful Hanzesteden cities i.e. seven medieval cities along the IJssel River with a historic centre. Western Netherlands: referred to as the Randstad, this region, comprising of the four biggest cities of Netherlands (Flevoland, North Holland, South Holland, Utrecht), as well as typical Dutch countryside, is also called the heart of the country. Northern Netherlands: This hidden gem is the least densely populated area of the country and remains mostly untouched by tourists, but is popular among the locals. The West Frisian Islands and the Frisian Lakes, for instance, are prime destinations for a few days of outdoor fun. Southern Netherlands: It is a unique part of the Netherlands, distinguished from the rest of the country by its Catholic history and heavy religious influence, unique carnival celebrations and its "Burgundian way of life".
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