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1Amsterdam

1,942 properties in Amsterdam

Welcome to Amsterdam

Jump on your city bike or hop on a canal boat and admire Amsterdam, the Venice of the North! The beautiful city houses, romantic bridges, iconic canals and street cafés create its unique atmosphere and give you an ultimate taste of its fascinating past.

What travellers love about Amsterdam

  • Museums

    94,797 recommendations

  • City walks

    79,106 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    70,116 recommendations

  • Architecture

    64,455 recommendations

2Rotterdam

162 properties in Rotterdam

Welcome to Rotterdam

Boasting Europe's biggest port, Rotterdam mixes typical old canals with 21st century architecture. Home to a multicultural society due to it's international trade, this city also houses important cultural institutions like the Erasmus University and the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Including bustling terraces and exotic restaurants, Rotterdam resembles a global bazaar!

What travellers love about Rotterdam

  • Architecture

    14,391 recommendations

  • Harbours

    10,776 recommendations

  • Shopping

    10,306 recommendations

  • Food

    7,606 recommendations

3Eindhoven

59 properties in Eindhoven

Welcome to Eindhoven

A bustling small city, Eindhoven is the ‘Capital of Dutch Design’ and home to the Design Academy. It houses a renowned technical university, and is a European technological hub that makes it shine with modern buildings and venues. The 5th-largest city in the Netherlands has also become popular for the fast-growing Eindhoven Airport.

What travellers love about Eindhoven

  • Shopping

    5,213 recommendations

  • Restaurants

    3,395 recommendations

  • Food

    2,742 recommendations

  • Nightlife

    2,550 recommendations

4The Hague

158 properties in The Hague

Welcome to The Hague

Located in the Netherlands, The Hague is the capital city in the province of South Holland. This beautiful city is home for the Dutch government and parliament, the Supreme Court of the Netherlands, and the Council of State.

What travellers love about The Hague

  • Museums

    7,783 recommendations

  • Shopping

    7,704 recommendations

  • Beaches

    6,647 recommendations

  • Culture

    6,090 recommendations

Best places to see in Netherlands

Rijksmuseum
Museums
This huge fairy-tale castle is a diamond in the city's landscape. This recently renovated museum contains important artworks like Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’ and Vermeer’s ‘Milkmaid’. It also houses a huge collection of elaborate baroque furniture and religious accoutrements from East and West. Usually packed with tourists, it’s best to arrive early to avoid the queues.
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Euromast
Landmarks
The Euromast watches over the city from 185 metres up. Make your way to the tippity top and visit the restaurant for brunch, dinner or high tea made from sustainable ingredients, at reasonable prices. For a memory you won’t soon forget, base jump or abseil back down to earth! Whether you gawk up from below or look down from above, don’t miss this iconic Dutch edifice.
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Grote/Sint-Laurenskerk
Landmarks
This is the only late-Gothic building to survive the air raids that rained down on Rotterdam during WWII. The church's architecture and design stands out in starklrelief to the modernity that surrounds it. Nowadays, the medieval edifice is a major supporter of local cultural events. Stop in and you might just stumble upon a free concert or performance.
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Port of Rotterdam
Marinas
Europe’s biggest harbour is an integral part of the city’s history and identity. A tour on a Spido boat is a great way to see all the wonders of the harbour. Or, use the network of paths to explore the port by foot or bike. Info stands packed with facts and figures dot the port. And if you keep your eyes and ears open you’re likely to see some cool wildlife.
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Museum Boijmans van Beuningen
Museums
Boijmans van Beuningen museum offers more than even the most enthusiastic art lover can take in in 1 day! So, put aside a whole day and have a look at the programme beforehand to make sure you catch famous pieces like Dali’s “The Face of War". Be ready when inspiration strikes!
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Dam Square
Landmarks
Dam Square is at the heart of Amsterdam and where history and modernity collide. The neoclassical Royal Palace is open to the public, and it’s worth venturing in to see the magnificent foyer and historical rooms of the Royal Family's ceremonial home. The New Church hosts year-round special exhibitions, while Kalverstraat and De Bijenkorf are magnets for shopaholics.
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What travellers love about Netherlands

Walking
Recommended by 225,476 travellers
Cycling
Recommended by 185,448 travellers
Shopping
Recommended by 151,367 travellers

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