Having the surface of only 9 square metres, this house can easily be overlooked.
Originally a poor district, this neighbourhood nowadays houses numerous art galleries, shops and restaurants in its streets.
This memorial to one of Amsterdam's best-known historical figures is one of the most popular sights in the city.
The Kalverstraat is a busy shopping street of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands.
Giethoorn is a town in the province of Overijssel, Netherlands with a population of 2,620.
Considering how immensely popular bicycles are in Amsterdam, it's only natural that the first 'bicycle flat' - parking garage for bikes -…
This square situated in the city centre of Amsterdam is worth the visit every day, but especially every Wednesday when there is an organic…
One of the few buildings that survived the WWII. This Art Deco masterpiece is a nice change from the modern architecture of the city.
The Witte Huis or White House is a building and National Heritage Site in Rotterdam, Netherlands, built in 1898 in the Art Nouveau style.
The Grote Markt is the central market square of Haarlem, Netherlands.
Great street for strolling. It's full of boutiques, restaurants, bars and other shops.
The Nescio Bridge is an award-winning cycle and footbridge in the Netherlands.
See the authentic cheese market and witness the cheese transported by boat or by horse-drawn cart. July to August, every Wednesday.
Marken is a village in the municipality of Waterland in the province of North Holland, Netherlands.
Rotterdam's most picturesque quarter. Sit down in one of the many restaurants and breathe in the atmosphere of the city.
Try the elegant tasting room of the finest Dutch cheese in the historic centre of Amsterdam.
Come see the handprints of stars from all over the world. Sure, it might not be Hollywood, but there are well-known names here.
The Oudegracht, or "old canal", runs through the center of Utrecht, the Netherlands. It starts in the southeast of the city.
Contemporary architecture enthusiasts will love this project of a building resembling a whale in a formerly run-down part of Amsterdam that…
This former city gate, dating back to 1229, is the oldest surviving city gate in the Netherlands.
Sint Servaasbrug is an arched stone footbridge across the Meuse River in Maastricht, Netherlands.