Amsterdam is the best city for tourists in the Netherlands, and it’s not even close. However, that doesn’t mean the country doesn’t have plenty of other places worth your time. After you have seen the best of Amsterdam, hop on a train and visit these cities as well.
Utrecht has plenty of history that dates back to Roman times. The city will charm you with its architecture and its picturesque canals while allowing you to enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities like cycling.
Most tourists skip The Hague because its status as Netherlands’ administrative center doesn’t sound too exciting. However, those that decide to visit have an amazing time. You can simply explore its beautiful buildings and historical landmarks or visit some of its tourist attractions like Mauritshuis Museum, home of Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring”.
Rotterdam is the second-largest city in the Netherlands after Amsterdam and the largest port in Europe. But there is much more to this vibrant city than this. Rotterdam is renowned for its modern architecture that dominates the cityscape and trendy neighborhoods offering top-notch shopping and dining experiences. The city is also rich in green spaces, where locals and tourists gather to relax or enjoy outdoor activities.