The capital city in the Netherlands, Amsterdam has many interesting tourist sites, including Anne Frank Huis, Amsterdam Arena, and Heineken Experience.
For more detailed information on tourist attractions in Amsterdam, please see: Amsterdam.
Open for public only for a short period of time during spring time, Keukenhof is definitely a must-visit attraction. There are many various beautiful tulips in the garden. Additionally, there are other activities that you can do here, including joining a guided tour, taking a boat trip around Keukenhof, and cycling around the area.
Well known for the Delft pottery, this city is worth a visit. Experience how the Delft blue ceramics made by master painters at Royal Delft.
Discover how to produce traditional clogs in a clog making workshop in Marken.
See traditional buildings, visit the cheese factory to get a demonstration of cheese making, try the local dishes at a fish and chips restaurant, and take a photo wearing traditional Dutch costumes are some of the activities that you can do in Volendam.
Take a canal cruise and enjoy the beautiful view and fresh air in Giethoorn. There is also an option to hire a boat for one or two hours.
One of the most popular attractions in Rotterdam is Euromast. Get the greatest view over the city from the top.
You can also try the delicious fresh meals at Restaurant Euromast while enjoying the stunning view.
8. Den Haag
Popular tourist attractions here include Parliament Building, the Peace Palace, and Scheveningen, the most famous seaside resort in the country.
9. Zaanse Schans
See various windmills, museums, and handicraft shops in Zaanse Schans. Visit many kinds of windmills used for different purposes, e.g. grinding spices, making oil, paint and cocoa.
Discover the Netherlands in beautiful miniatures at Madurodam.