The Netherlands is a western European state that is bordering Germany in the east and in the north sea of the west combines this is a spirit of wanderings and rich with full of European peoples. This country is famous for windmills and tulips. In this country soft frugs and prostitution are also allowed to it’s friendly, amazing, diverse and it was safe for tourists. The climate of this country matches its unusual character. The proximity of the sea makes its winters warm and summer is moderately cool.
The atmosphere of this country is ideal for while you visiting Dutch cities, that is teeming with architectural and historical sites. In the cities, there are several theaters, canals, picturesque parks, and art museums. In the Netherlands, Open-air museums, widespread and national natural parks in which tourists can acquaint themselves with its culture and history of this country on the example of miniature models and specific buildings. Here is an overview of the Top 10 Tourist Attraction To Visit in the Netherlands.
10. Delta Project
Delta project was built in Rhine delta for protective structures against floods in the distant of 1955 to 1998 in the province of South Holland and Zeeland to protect a huge number of land to sea. In this works, there are More than Four hundred structures Locks, Barries, and dams. which is erected. Nowadays this project is one of the world’s largest engineering structures in the whole world.
9. Maastricht Vrijthof
The center square of Maastricht city was known as the name of Freithof. Which is the country yard in the front of the church Basilica of St. Servas. This church is located in the center of the city and therefore it was one of the top attractive tourist destinations for entertainment and meeting. There are several restaurants, hotels, café, and everybody has their own theater.
Rijksmuseum was founded in 1810 located in Amsterdam. One of the most prestigious and state of art located in a neo-gothic palace which is erected in the 75S of the XX century. Rijksmuseum is one of the most famous expositions of Rijksmuseum is represented by its canvas of Vermeer, Hails, and Dutch painters. One of the halls of museums contains the collection of the old dollhouse.
Each country has its own symbol which is recognized by the world. The Netherlands has a symbol of a windmill. Where more than 1100 windmill still exists. Which is one of the world’s largest construction old Dutch windmills. Nowadays a huge number of these windmill structures are still you can be seen in the village of Kinderdijk. Which is located twenty kilometers from the city of Rotterdam. Twenty of these windmills are built at the end of the 18th century by the swampy land.
6. Hoge Veluwe
Hoge Veluwe National Park was founded at the start of the 20th century by the Kroehler-Müller. One of the largest nature continues to reserve park in the Netherlands. This park is integral to the natural plain and it consists of three landscape Moorlands, open lands, coniferous forest. You can visit it by Bicycle which is available here free for the tourist of Hoge Veluwe.
5. Keukenhof Gardens
One of the world’s largest famous royal flower parks located in the town of Liss also in The Hague and Amsterdam. Best Known as Garden of Europe and second name is Kitchen parks. The park is covering an area of over thirty-three hectares. In which more than Five and a Half Million Tulips and varieties of two hundred are grown there. There are Four Keukenhof greenhouses, orchids bloom, roses, lilacs, and daffodils.
4. Delft City Hall
The city council building of the southwest in Delft’s Market Square consists of two of its architectural components. One of its was a two-story building which is built in Renaissance style and the second is a stone prison tower built in the 12th century. Nowadays, the Delft town hall was used for the only intended purpose.
3. Royal Palace Amsterdam
The Royal Palace of Amsterdam was built in 1650. Today one of these three palaces was run by the Dutch monarch. The representative of building, towering on Dam Square, is fully made of yellow German sandstone and it was decorated in the style of Dutch classicism. The whole interior decoration of the palace is made from marble. In all galleries of this town hall, you can see easily the canvas of the famous Dutch painters.
2. Leiden Canals
Canals in Leiden appeared in the 17th century. Some of the canal’s water was served as a supply system. some of the canal waters used as-built part to the formation of the protective structures. Inside of the canals, the city was dug for the transport system. Nowadays you can cross the city in all of its directions. Which is along with a huge number of parks, cafes, hotels, restaurants and most of the other places is recreation. The movement of this city will be only carried out by the canals.
1. Canals of Amsterdam
The three main canals Keizersgracht, Herengracht, and Prinsengracht of Amsterdam surrounded the city with concentric half-rings with a total length of 120 Km (75 Miles) and over more than 90 islands and 1,500 bridges. The oldest canals of Singel were dug here in the year 1430. At that time it was one of the most ordinary protecting the western edge of the city. The canal of Singel appeared in Amsterdam in the 17th century.