The Netherlands  is a European country, bordering Germany to the east, Belgium to the south, and France in the Caribbean as the Dutch territory Sint Maarten borders French territory Saint-Martin. The people, language, and culture of the Netherlands are referred to as “Dutch”.

With over 17 million people on an area of just 41,543km², it’s a densely populated country with its gorgeous capital Amsterdam being just one of many interesting cities. Once a great naval power, this small nation boasts a wealth of cultural heritage and is famous for its painters, windmills, clogs and notoriously flat lands. A modern European country today, it preserved its highly international character and is known for its liberal mentality. As a founding member of EU and NATO, and host to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, the Netherlands is at the heart of international cooperation. Its small size, welcoming attitude to travellers and many sights make it a unique and fairly easy to discover destination and a great addition to any European trip.

The Netherlands have a maritime temperate climate, which means that summers are generally cool and winters are generally mild. Every month of the year has rainfall, some are although very dry or wet. The best time to go is from May to September (daily maximum 18/19°C up to 23°C), but also April and October can once be pretty good months to come, if you’re lucky

  • Amsterdam — impressive architecture, lovely canals (grachten), museums and liberal attitudes`
  • Arnhem — green city on the Rhine: Sonsbeek, Veluwe and Meinerswijk, old quarters and mansions, cultural events
  • Delft — historic unspoiled town with the world-famous blue and white ceramics
  • Groningen — student city with a relaxed atmosphere and nightlife till the sun gets up
  • The Hague — the judicial capital of the world, the seat of government and the royal family
  • Eindhoven — fifth largest city, brainport of europe, little less touristic so you can really experience the Dutch culture
  • Maastricht — fortified medieval city showing the different culture, style and architecture of the south
  • Nijmegen — oldest city of the country, known for its marches, left-wing politics and large student population
  • Rotterdam — modern architecture, good nightlife, vibrant art scene and the largest port of Europe
  • Utrecht — historic centre, antique stores and the Rietveld-Schröder House
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