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Welcome to



Offical name:  Kingdom of Netherlands​

Form Of Government: Constitutional monarchy 

parliamentary democracy​

Capital: The Hague (Administrative capital)​


Area: 41,528 km²​

Population: 17 million ​


Other major cities:  Rotterdam, Utrecht, Giethoorn , Alkmaar​

Windmills, extensive tulip fields, cheese markets, wooden shoes, canals , world-renown art museums, 

Delft Blue earthenware, innovative water management system, quaint villages, unique coffee shops  

and millions of bicycles…. that's The Netherlands!

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"God made the Earth, but the Dutch made Holland."

The Netherlands would have wash away by the North Sea  if the Dutch had not erected

dykes and seawalls to protect their land. 


Amsterdam is the capital, but the government resides in The Hague.  A vibrant city, it has a wide variety of things to offer.


Amsterdam is famous for the Red Light district, Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum,  Anne Frank’s House and the network of canals.

Admiral  the amazing Dutch Renaissance and Golden Age architecture from a boat on the canal.  

Art lovers can choose from the Van Gough Museum or Rijksmuseum.  


Go for Heineken Experience , there are many interesting things to see in an old Heineken brewery. 


Partiers will find no shortage of  Pubs and clubs available.  

The  statue of  "Belle", honouring the sex workers of the world, was placed in the heart of the Amsterdam Red Light District. 

While those wanting to experience smoking joint of marijuana freely, that’s the coffee shops! Amsterdam's coffee shops, not to be confused with cafés!

With so much to explore and experience, Amsterdam is sure to astound  and awe visitors from around the globe. Come to Amsterdam and enjoy.  The city is waiting!

Let's venture beyond Amsterdam's limits to discover the delights of  top sites and things to do around the Netherlands. 


The picturesque city of Delft lies on the River Schie between Rotterdam and The Hague, is full of culture, historical monuments and a network of fantastic canals. Delft has long been associated with trades and industry, in particular  the manufacturing of Delft Blue earthenware, a world-famous form of pottery that has been around since the 17th century. Relive its glorious past as you wander along tranquil walkways, beautiful canals, many churches, delightful market square and well-preserved medieval houses.


Giethoorn, a peaceful quaint village known as “Venice of the North”. Boats are the main mode of transportation in the village and it is easy enough to spend whole days exploring Giethoorn’s delightful waterways.  You may  board a boat for a  guided tour of Giethoorn, or paddle your own boat,  cruising down the village waterways, ducking under wooden bridges, and learning about life in the area, which was once a waterlogged swamp.