Home of the country’s oldest university, Leiden is a charming town located between Amsterdam and The Hague. It attracts visitors with its old architecture, museums, charming canals and streets with lots of cafes and restaurants in the town center.
The Hague (or Den Haag in Dutch) is a city on the North Sea, home of the Dutch government, Dutch royal family palace, International Court of Justice among many other international government organisations and it’s simply one of my favourite cities in the Netherlands. I like it for its big green parks, interesting museums, historical buildings as well as modern city skyline and of course for its seacoast.
After living here for a few years we know from our experience there are lots of things to see and do in the Netherlands. Below is the list of must see and do in the Netherlands along with our photos to inspire you to visit this country.
Antwerp is the second largest city in Belgium and is well known for its port, its diamond business and for being the home city of the famous artist Peter Paul Rubens. We have been to this city a few times already and would like to share how to spend a day in Antwerp.
We have been living in Utrecht for a few years now and with our boys explored many parks, museums, gardens and attractions in and around the city. In this post I would like to share our favourite places to visit and things to do in Utrecht with kids.
Innsbruck is a very nice city in alpine part of Austria. When you think of Innsbruck you probably think of skiing and other winter sports. But there is much more to see and do in this city at any time of the year. We went to Innsbruck in summer during our holidays in Austria and had a very nice two days there.
Want to visit Netherlands during tulips season? In this post I have gathered all necessary information and our experience on tulips season in the Netherlands – when is the best time to see tulips in Holland, where to find tulip fields in Holland, how to see tulips in the Netherlands, and other practical information.
Western part of Austria is not only about skiing and other winter sports. We spent a week travelling around Salzburg in summer and really loved that area – so much to do and see there. In this post I’d like to share some of the best day trips from Salzburg.