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    The Netherlands is the land of windmills, prostitutes and legal drugs. At least that’s what you probably already know about the country, but those are just the headline makers: what usually surprises is that this small corner of Europe is overwhelmingly gorgeous.

    Yes, capital Amsterdam is a hedonistic playground where you can do things you wouldn’t dream of doing at home, and yes it does have its own sex museum. Amongst the streets of Europe’s most tolerant city, however, are quiet, winding canals, cobbled lanes, gardens of vivid tulips and a regal building full of the works of Van Gogh. So no, it’s not just for party animals and stag nights, though most visitors end up in a coffee shop, or drifting through the red light district at some stage (purely for entertainment value of course – don’t try taking photographs!).

    Second city Rotterdam was rebuilt from the bottom up after being left a post World War II pile of rubble. The port town has a fierce rivalry with Amsterdam, one that’s reflected in its rampaging nightlife and anti-Amsterdam branded hardcore techno scene. The 185-meter tower – “Euromast” - offers revolving views over the city’s modern architecture, while you can hunt down that Dutch stereotype in the 18th-century windmill of the only district that survived the attacks, Oude Kerk.

    Maastricht – home of the EU treaty – swallows verdant green hills in its aging medieval splendor, and basks in a central European cosmopolitan vibe that sees the average citizen ramble comfortably in several languages. Tiny Haarlam – a mere day trip from Amsterdam – is chock full of café culture, remarkable crumbling buildings and grandiose churches whose spires fill the skyline, while the town of Delft offers similar aging charms alongside its world-renowned blue and white pottery.

    Out in the countryside, you can explore the swathes of land reclaimed from the waters of the North Sea, stumble among the cultured parklands and epic art museum of Hoge Veluwe National Park, or explore the natural wonders of Texel Island, a popular local holiday spot. Just don’t pass The Netherlands off as purely hedonistic: this country’s about so much more than cannabis.
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      • Militaire Luchtvaart Museum
        2.34 Km from Netherlands
        The Militaire Luchtvaart Museum is located at Kamp van Zeist near the former Soesterberg Airforce base. It is the official museum of the Royal Netherlands Air Force. During 2006 it was decided by the Ministry of Defence to merge three military museums in the Netherlands into one Defence Museum, to be located at the former Soesterberg Airforce base. Delivery of the new museum is foreseen for late 2012.
      • De Hoefslag
        3.21 Km from Netherlands
        De Hoefslag is a restaurant located in Bosch en Duin in the Netherlands. It is a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in the periods 1979-1980, 1987-2005 and 2009-present. It was awarded two Michelin stars in the period 1981-1986. In 2013, GaultMillau awarded the restaurant 14.0 out of 20 points. De Hoefslag is a member of Les Patrons Cuisiniers. Present head chef is Karl van Baggem. Earlier head chefs include Andrès Delpeut (2007), Marc van Gulick (2006-2007), Niels van Hal...
      • DierenPark Amersfoort
        4.17 Km from Netherlands
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      • KNVB Academy
        4.96 Km from Netherlands
        The KNVB Academy is the Educational Department of the Royal Netherlands Football Association (KNVB). The KNVB Academy was founded in 1996 to concentrate all educational programs for Dutch football in one body, and is headquartered at Zeist. The operations of the KNVB Academy are focused on development of coaches, referees and administrators in The Netherlands. Dutch coaching diplomas are UEFA approved.
      • De Saffraan
        6.96 Km from Netherlands
        De Saffraan is a restaurant located in Amersfoort in the Netherlands. It is a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in the period 2010–2014. GaultMillau awarded the restaurant 15 out of 20 points. Owner and head chef of De Saffraan is Kars van Wechem. The restaurant is located in a 100 year old clipper named "Hoop op Welvaart", which is moored at a quay of Kleine Koppel in Amersfoort. The clipper is completely renovated and adjusted to its role as restaurant.
      • The Mondriaan House
        7.20 Km from Netherlands
        The Mondriaan House (Dutch: Het Mondriaanhuis, Museum voor Constructieve en Concrete Kunst) is a museum in Amersfoort, the Netherlands, in the house where Piet Mondriaan was born in 1872. The museum lies in the historical centre of Amersfoort. The building of the Christian primary school, where the father of Mondriaan was headmaster, has also been incorporated in the museum building. In 1994, the house and the school were opened as a library and documentation centre. Since 2001 the Mondriaan Hou...
      • Huis Doorn
        11.71 Km from Netherlands
        Huis Doorn (Dutch pronunciation: [ɦœys dʊːrn]; English: Doorn Manor) is a manor house and national museum in the town of Doorn in the Netherlands. The museum shows the early 20th-century interior from the time when former German Emperor Wilhelm II lived in the house. Huis Doorn was first built in the 9th century. It was rebuilt in the 14th century, after it was destroyed. It was again rebuilt in the 19th century to its present-day form. The gardens were also created in the 19th century. After Wo...
      • Tresoar
        12.44 Km from Netherlands
        Tresoar (Friesian for "treasure") is the short name for the Frysk Histoarysk en Letterkundich Sintrum ("Friesian History and Literature Center") in Leeuwarden. Tresoar manages digital archives about Friesland and its literature. There is a study room open to the public, and most catalogs are online and free to access. In addition to 2-dimensional material such as photographs, scanned books and documents, there is a growing collection of multi-media objects such as film and a...
      • Dom Tower of Utrecht
        12.50 Km from Netherlands
        The Dom Tower (Cathedral Tower, Dutch: Domtoren) of Utrecht is the tallest church tower in the Netherlands, at 112.5 metres (368 feet) in height, and the Gothic-style tower is the symbol of the city. The tower was part of the Cathedral of Saint Martin, Utrecht, also known as Dom Church, and was built between 1321 and 1382, to a design by John of Hainaut. The cathedral was never fully completed due to lack of money. Since the unfinished nave collapsed in 1674 the Dom tower became a free standing ...
      • Media Park (Hilversum)
        14.14 Km from Netherlands
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      • Amersfoort
        Amersfoort is a calm town of 130.000 souls. because it almost dubbeld in size over the last 40 years it has a wide range of architectural styles. Some are international known like "Kattenbroek"with a lot of contemporary architecture. Guided tours are available on request . at the local tourist office you can get a map if you prefer to do the tour yourself .

        Amersfoorts history dates as far back as 1100. Nomadic tribes settled at the rivers edge where the water was shallow enough to wade to the other side. The historic inner city of Amersfoort has a Medieval pattern of streets and squares, here you will find hundreds of old restored houses. A string of houses from the 19th century ‘muurhuizen’ street is part of the heart shaped inner city and flanks the old city wall, its a very nice 30 minutes stroll along this quite street.

        The old town center its buzzing with live , there are several smaller and larger squares and streets where you can enjoy restaurants ,bars ,theaters and shops. When the weather is fine many Amersfortians like to enjoy a beer from the local brewery "de drie ringen" ,ore a coffee on one of the three squares in the old town. There´s organised canal tours in the summer ore rent a bicycle and explore the surroundings of town with safe bicycle paths everywhere. The Zoo (Dierenpark Amersfoort), the puppet theater Toermalijn or the Centre for Education of Nature and Environment on Estate Schothorst make the city attractive for children as well.

        There is plenty of hotels in all price classes to fit your budget.

        Crazy and hectic Amsterdam is a thirty minutes train ride away and aprox. fourty by car.
        interesting Utrecht (260.000 people) is 20 minutes by train
        Amersfoort, Netherlands
      • Edelsmederij Kircher Schmuck
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        Edelsmederij Kircher Schmuck Havik 15, 3811 HX Amersfoort, Netherlands
      • ACU
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        ACU Voorstraat 71, 3512 AK Utrecht, Netherlands
      • Hilversum
        Hilversum is the Media and Entertainment capital of the Netherlands. Tv studio's are situated in Hilversum and a lot of people who live in Hilversum are employed in the Media and Entertainment business or are studying subject in that area.
        Hilversum, Netherlands
      • De Parel van Zuilen
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        De Parel van Zuilen Burgemeester Norbruislaan 17, 3555 ED Utrecht, Netherlands
      • Harderwijk

        Harderwijk is a municipality and a small city in the eastern Netherlands.

        Harderwijk got the rights of city from count Otto 11 of guelders in 1231. A protective wall around the city was formed by the end of century. The previous part of the city is situated near the streets hongstraat and groteprotraat are situated today. Around 1315 the city was expanded southwards, which included the construction of what is now called the Grote Kerk (Large Church). A second, northward expansion took place around 1425. Particularly along the west side of town much of the wall still exists, although often not in entirely original form. This also goes for the only remaining city gate, the picturesque Vischpoort.

        Harderwijk was a member of the Hanseatic League. It lies on what used to be the Zuider Zee shore (Southern Sea, now the IJsselmeer) and consequently its economy was strongly based on fishing and seafaring in general. This dramatically changed after 1932, when the Zuiderzee was cut off from the North Sea for safety reasons.

        Between 1648 and 1811 the University of Harderwijk operated in the city. Carolus Linnaeus graduated at this university. The university, together with the universities of Zutphen and Franeker was abolished by Napoleon.

        Today, Harderwijk is probably known best for the Dolfinarium, a marine mammal park where dolphin shows are held and various other marine mammals and fish are kept.

        Harderwijk, Netherlands
      • Oosterdok 2
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        Oosterdok 2, 1011 VX Amsterdam, Netherlands
      • Anne Frank House
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        Anne Frank House Prinsengracht 263-267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, Netherlands
      • Schiphol
        Schiphol is the biggest airport in the Netherlands. It's located in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland.

        Inside Schiphol you can find quite some bars & restaurants and taxfree shops.

        Be certain to fly KLM a really good airlines. There is a major link to the railroad there.
        Schiphol, Netherlands
      • Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)
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        Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS), Evert van de Beekstraat 202, 1118 CP Schiphol, Netherlands

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