Cities in the Netherlands
The Netherlands have great cities and villages, and each of them is unique with its own charm, specialties, and attractions. In the Netherlands everybody speaks common Dutch but sometimes with a little accent. Speak to a local and you might hear the special language of the city, village or area. There are 4 major cities in the Netherlands and loads of historic, exciting, beautiful less big cities and villages. Wondering in which cities you can experience a perfect day and a enjoy a lively nightlife? Let us tell you about some charming places you mus visit. There is more than Amsterdam, if you travel a bit further you’ll be surprised by the beauty of some authentic, historic places. Visit our favourite cities and we also like to share tips for nice restaurants or hotspots with you. By the way, almost everyone in the Netherlands speaks English, it’s the second language.
Read all about our major cities:
1. Amsterdam | 2. Rotterdam | 3. Den Haag | 4. Utrecht
Read all about our less major cities:
1. Groningen | 2. Leiden | 3. Maastricht | 4. Eindhoven | 5. Zwolle | 6. Gouda | 7. Alkmaar
Read all about our Towns and Villages:
Towns and Villages
Amsterdam is the capital city of the Netherlands and is known for its beautiful canals, museums, and nightlife. You can visit famous attractions like the Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum, and Vondelpark. Take a boat tour along the canals or rent a bike and explore the cit
Rotterdam is a modern city with impressive architecture, including the famous Cube Houses and the Erasmus Bridge. Visit the Maritime Museum or take a walk through the Market Hall, an indoor food market. Rotterdam is also home to a number of art galleries and museum
The Hague is the political capital of the Netherlands and home to many international organizations, including the International Court of Justice. You can visit the Peace Palace or the Mauritshuis, which houses works by Dutch masters such as Vermeer and Rembrandt.
Utrecht is a smaller city with a charming medieval center. Visit the Dom Tower, the tallest church tower in the Netherlands, or explore the city’s canals and quaint streets. Utrecht also has a lively café and restaurant scene.
Special cities with their own specific charmes, highlights and points of interest.
Special villages and small towns with their own specific highlights and points of interest.