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Considered to be the most radical cities of Europe, Amsterdam's
perception have been synonymous with personal freedom, availability
of safe drugs, pro gay societal approach, legal and safe prostitution.
The city will inspire you with collections of world's greatest
arts; overwhelm you with the fantastic old churches which bring
music and enchantment throughout the year. You will enjoy riding
on those wonderful houseboats lined along the shore of beautiful
Ijburg Lake and Ijburg Island, Amsterdam's very own sandy beach
will invite you naughtily. Facilities include lavatories and
ample parking. On the other way, there is weird and wonderful
KNSM island, a must have experience for every boat lovers in
the world where many a tall ships dot the harbor. On Sundays
it features amazing parade of historical ships and orchestra
by Band of Royal Marines. A must see.
The largest national park in Netherlands, Hoge Veluewe encompasses
a whopping 22 square miles and also home to the amazing Kröller-Müller
Museum. You will find Vincent Van Gogh with his best of masterpieces
along with Picasso, Cezanne and Mandarin. The park is a strange
mix of shifting sands, meadows, forests and woods. It is often
called as the natural reservoir that does not have its kind
in entire Europe. .
A few hundred red beers, mouflon, roe deer, sheep and many
small animals roam here without any fear. Spreads over the
territory are a number of quiescent places to ruminate and
sleep. Frequently, along the boundaries of the rest areas,
you will find grazing at wild deer and occasionally wild boars.
A welknown weekend visit, the park is stones away from Arnhem.
White bicycles (they call bikes) are freely available in the
The place is the most ancient cities in Netherlands located
in one of the most picturesque river valleys in the hilly Limburg
country side, the Geuldal. The city was originally built up
by Romans in around 50 BC and built a large street to connect
the capitals of the Nervians and Tungri, Bavay and Tongeren,
with the capital of the Ubians, Cologne. Fortification walls
still remain in some parts of the city.
Abundant Daylight and made by natural materials Bonnefanten
Museum is the foremost museum located in the province of Limburg.
It includes major works of Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens.
You can explore a labyrinth of 20,000 passages at the famouse
'St. Pietersberg' caves which are the results of centuries of
excavation of marl, a building stone.
They call it urban agglomeration. Amsterdam, the Hague, Utrecht,
Rotterdam and their surrounding towns like Haarlem, Delft, Leiden
are so close to each other that the Dutch call the entire metropolitan
area as - the Randstad, meaning "border city". In
spite of the proximity, each city and citadel retains its distinct
charisma. Amsterdam, the convivial cosmopolitan hub of Dutch
cultural life, The Hague, always elegant and sedate, Rotterdam,
contemporary and lively, Leiden's quaint bookishness, Utrecht
and Delft's leafy calmness - all combined paints a portrait
of the Netherlands, and its history, architecture, culture,
cuisine, street life in bold and beautiful, intelligent and
entertaining brush strokes to the visitors.