A trip to Holland would not be complete without a visit to the Van Gogh Museum. One of Amsterdam's most popular tourist attractions, this museum is a can't-miss tourist attraction. Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) was one of the most famous Dutch artists and this museum is dedicated to his life's work.More museums
Referring to the Venice of Holland, Giethoorn is located in a beautiful area of the Netherlands called the Weerribben. Giethoorn is a traditional Dutch town house that was formerly only accessible by boat. It has about 180 bridges and 2620 for its residents. It was founded in 1230 by Mediterranean refugees and its origins are tied to the very peat.More historic towns
When you visit the Netherlands and you are looking for things to do in Holland, seeing a park filled with the gorgeous tulips That Holland is frequently associated with it’s a can't-miss tourist attraction. Keukenhof boasts more than 7 million bulbs in bloom each year and has a variety of 800 different amazing tulips.More amusement parks
Located right in the center of the Netherlands, De Haar Castle is one of the few remaining European castles that have kept their medieval appeal, with towers, ramparts, canals, gates and drawbridges. Near Utrecht and only a 30 minute drive from Amsterdam, this castle was completely restored and partially rebuilt in the late 19th century.More castles
Take in the windmill park at Zaanse Schans or visit five of the world's largest windmills in Schiedam. Even if you don't go searching for one, you be sure to run into one of them because throughout the entirety of the Netherlands there are around 1048 windmills!
Whether you like shopping, the beach or history The Hague has it all. The city Centre is only a 15 minute ride away from the beautiful Scheveningen Beach. This city is the political heart of the Netherlands, the Dutch parliament is located in the Centre and during a tour, you can take a look inside the House of Representatives and the Hall of the Knights.
While there are various of things to do in The Netherlands, one of the best ways to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city is to take an excursion to Ameland. This West Frisian Island-which is off of the northern coast of The Netherlands, is a quaint island, as it's only home to about 3,500 people. But its beauty, variety of attractions and unique geography make it a must-do tourist attraction For Those visiting the area.More hiking destinations