Holland

By boat through the National Park de Biesbosch

The National Park de Biesbosch likes to call itself the Jungle of Holland. Certainly, it's green. And rivers are plentiful. In the early morning, when there is not much going on, it is wonderfully quiet and idyllic here. The perfect place for deceleration for nature lovers and fans of boat trips. In the morning, the chances of seeing a beaver are greatest, the rodents [...]

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Dordrecht - the oldest city of Holland is surrounded by water

Dordrecht is Holland's oldest city. About 20 kilometers southeast of Rotterdam is the city with almost 120,000 inhabitants in the province of South Holland. Dordrecht is the perfect starting point for a visit to the windmills of Kinderdijk and the Biesbosch National Park, which lies just outside Dordrecht. Although the city in the shadow [...]

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The windmills of Kinderdijk

The 19 windmills of Kinderdijk turn year in, year out in the wind. Since centuries. They are perhaps the oldest cliché of Holland, next to the clogs and the tulips and the cheese. Holland without windmills would not be Holland. That's why Kinderdijk windmills are one of the most popular attractions in the Netherlands. Since 1997, the windmills of [...]

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