Rotterdam is a Dutch city like no other, with a gritty, urban landscape that changes almost daily as high rises go up and innovative new builds appear on the horizon. It’s the most contemporary city in The Netherlands, with only a few pockets of traditional old Holland still remaining; see both sides of the city with a walking tour of Rotterdam.
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October 16, 2014
The sophisticated administrative capital of The Netherlands has plenty of intriguing sights, from spectacular medieval architecture in the Hall of the Knights (Ridderzaal) and the superb Dutch Old Masters in the Mauritshuis to the Neo-Renaissance magnificence of the Peace Palace. Once these are exhausted there are many fabulous day trips from The Hague to keep visitors happy.
October 14, 2014
With several world-class museums, Amsterdam is first stop for art lovers, but there are other great art museums in the Netherlands that should not be missed.
September 18, 2014
The Hague is a charming city of green spaces and amazing art galleries, but if you’re intending to spend more than a couple of days there, here’s how to spend the day in Scheveningen, the city’s sophisticated and genteel seaside resort.
July 24, 2014
Like the Dutch cities of The Hague, Haarlem and Amsterdam, forward-looking, futuristic Rotterdam has several great art museums. The best art museums in Rotterdam cover all periods of work from medieval to modern.
June 26, 2014
The Hague’s premier fine-art museum is housed in a wonderful Art Deco building designed by HP Berlage, Holland’s leading exponent of Art Deco, and finished in 1935. Once inside, there’s so much to see that if you want to do justice to visiting the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, you could easily be there all day.