25 Dutch Tourist Attractions That Make Tourists Charm

 The Netherlands has never lost its charm - with its multi-dimensional beauty and friendliness of the locals. Let's go through the famous tourist destinations of the Netherlands to make beautiful memories of this country in your heart!

Known for its tulip fields and windmills and its interlaced canal system that has existed for centuries, the Netherlands has long been one of Europe's tourist hotspots. Dotted around the beautiful countryside are peaceful towns and villages to explore, home to great museums, architectural gems and lush parks.
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Most people come here just to have fun in Amsterdam for a few days before moving on, but wait! In the experience of many #teamKlooks who have traveled to the Netherlands on their own, take the time to explore other places too and you will want to come back to this beautiful country every year!
Whether you're looking for a 'luxury' Netherlands travel itinerary or want to save as much money as possible, this Netherlands travel guide can help you plan the perfect trip, ensuring you make the most of your time and don't waste any fun here. Pocket now and the Dutch tourist destinations will be "new light" for your journey!

What Do You Know About Tourism in the Netherlands? 

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The Netherlands is a small country in Western Europe, bordered by Belgium to the south, Germany to the east and the North Sea to the north and west. The Netherlands has an interesting topographical feature with 1/5 of the area below sea level, and is considered the flattest country in the world.
The Netherlands is famous for its system of canals and rivers everywhere and a fairly large coastline. Visitors see the Netherlands as a wonderland, hidden gems where museums, quirky hotels, bustling markets, shimmering "virtual living" spots, stylish cafes and historical sites are intertwined. 
While the most famous city is Amsterdam, there are many other beautiful places that you should explore. Cruise along the canals of Amsterdam, watch the world's largest flower parade in Zundert, surf at Scheveningen beach in Den Haag or sip some cheese at the authentic cheese market in Woerden. No matter where you go, there are countless experiences for you to enjoy in the beautiful Netherlands.

Famous Dutch Tourist Places

When talking about the Netherlands, the first place that comes to everyone's mind will be Amsterdam. Amsterdam is certainly an extremely interesting city, but Amsterdam is also just a small part of the Netherlands. And if you have a few days to explore the Netherlands, there are many wonderful places waiting for you to explore.

Tourist Attractions Amsterdam Netherlands

Amsterdam is one of the most popular destinations in the Netherlands and in Europe. Beginning as a small fishing village in the west of the Netherlands in the late 12th century, Amsterdam is today the economic capital of the country and is considered one of the leading financial centers in Europe.
Here you will find world-class museums, beautiful canals, historic buildings, famous attractions and green spaces. With just one ticket to visit the "powerful" I Amsterdam City Card , you are free to roam up to 70 points and use public transport in Amsterdam without having to worry about buying tickets again and again.

1. Canals in Amsterdam

Canals in Amsterdam
The first thing to do when visiting Amsterdam is to see the beautiful canals dating back to the seventeenth century, built to manage the flow of the Amstel river. More than 100 canals have added to the serene beauty of this city and you can experience it in the best possible way while sailing and enjoying the beautiful old mansions and getting an insight into the Dutch Golden Age.

2. Rijksmuseum

Tourist Attractions Amsterdam Netherlands
A must-see tourist attraction in Amsterdam is a visit to the Rijksmuseum , which gives you an overview of 800 years of Dutch history, with great Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh. This stunning structure is an award-winning design by Pierre Cuypers and has been open since 1885.
The Dutch National Museum Rijksmuseum holds more than one million artifacts of great significance and importance from the 13th century, attracting millions of visitors every year. Besides, don't be afraid to sign up for Klook's exclusive walking tour to visit other famous museums such as: Van Gogh, and Stedelijk.