Interesting things to do in the Netherlands

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When you go on holiday to the Netherlands, or live there and go on holiday in your own country, it is always nice to have a number of fun and interesting things to do. Here are some of them.


-Weekend on the Wadden Islands. To really get the holiday feeling, a day or weekend to the Wadden Islands is definitely worth a visit.

-National park the Hoge Veluwe. The Hoge Veluwe in Gelderland is a beautiful place to enjoy nature in peace and to go for a walk or cycle and is also a very nice place to take pictures.

-The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The super-famous museum in the Netherlands, the Rijksmuseum consists of at least 8,000 works by mainly Dutch artists, with the museum's showpiece, the Night Watch.

-Day in Efteling. The Efteling theme park is a fun trip for young and old, there is something for everyone, with fast roller coasters but also quieter shows and attractions. The Efteling has been voted the nicest amusement park in the Netherlands.

-Sailing in Giethoorn. Giethoorn is known as one of the six most beautiful villages in the Netherlands and is also called mini-Venice. In the village of Overijssel, the houses are on a kind of island where you can sail with boats in between.

-The Anne Frank house in Amsterdam. The Anne Frank museum is one of the most famous museums in the Netherlands, and is certainly worth a visit if you are interested in history, but even if this is not your interest, it is a strong story for young and old.

-The Markthal in Rotterdam. The Markthal in Rotterdam is a modern complex with a covered market and various restaurants under an arch of apartments.

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