Category Archives: Hotspots

Kinderdijk – Dutch Mill Beauty

Kinderdijk Molins

Kinderdijk (Dutch for “Children dike”) is a small village in the province  of South-Holland and a famous World Heritage site well known for the many and various windmills located in the polder near the riverside. There is a total of 19 windmills: a row of nine windmills to keep the Nederwaard dry and a row of […]

Zaanse Schans – Zaandam

Zaanse Schans

Zaanse Schans is one of the most historical places of Holland where you can relive the 18th century. This little neighborhood is located in “Zaandam” (near Amsterdam) and is  famous because of its beautiful  scenery with typical windmills and 18th century houses. Sightseeing In the Zaanse Schans there are many historical events, monuments and museums. For […]

Leidse Square

Leidse Square

Leidse Square (Leidseplein) is a square at the southern end of Amsterdam’s central canal ring, almost facing the popular Vondelpark. Leidseplein serves as a transport hub in the city. There is a number of tram lines intersecting here, as well as a centre for nightlife and shopping. A lot of entertaining services to be found here. […]

Museum Square

Museum Square Field

Museum Square (Museumplein) is a public space in Amsterdam. Three major museums are located here, the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk museum. There is also a concert hall located called “Concertgebouw”. In the Rijksmuseum you can find al the beautiful art pieces of Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals. This museum is based on […]

Rijksmuseum

Entrance Rijksmuseum

Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is one of 16 state museums in The Netherlands. The collection provides an overview of Dutch art and history with work from Dutch masters such as Rembrandt van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer and Frans Hals. Cuypers. The collection of paintings from the Rijksmuseum provides an overview of Dutch painting from the 15th century […]