We’re on walking distance from the historical city gate, Morspoort, where you will enter the city center of Leiden. There you will see the National Museum of Ethnology. It’s a short walk and an even shorter bike ride to the terraces along the canals. And when you crave some peace and quiet, there’s always the Burcht van Leiden to retreat to on a sunny day.
Rotterdam is famous for its modern architecture, with landmarks such as the the cube houses, the market hall and the Erasmus bridge with its many skyscrapers. Some of the most well-known places in Rotterdam are the Maritime Museum, the Europort, the SS Rotterdam - and all other things maritime. Best way to get to know the city? Why the Rotterdam Boat Tour, of course!
Amsterdam is famous for its canals, beautiful houses, creative scene and food hot-spots. Popular spots include the Jordaan, the floating Flower Market, the Anne Frank house or the well-known Albert Cuyp market. Don't feel intimidated, the best way to explore Amsterdam is by bike or via a scenic tour of the canals.
Known as the Dutch Design Capital, Eindhoven is bursting with energy. With Design Academy Eindhoven and the world famous Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven can rightly call itself the design capital of the Netherlands. More than 125 years ago Philips brought light to Eindhoven. The company turned Eindhoven into a vibrant city bursting with innovation, technology and design.
Deventer is a centuries-old Hanseatic town by the banks of the river IJssel. The city embodies its long and rich history, with magnificent monuments, handsome squares and old museums, with a very pleasant atmosphere and plenty of opportunities for those who like to experience a city through its shopping streets, cafes and restaurants.
Arnhem has a rich and eventful past, partly reflected in a number of monumental buildings. Set in the heart of green surroundings, the town is contained by the Veluwe on one side and the forelands on the other. It is famous for its spectacular Burgers' Zoo and the Open air museum, which brings the past to life with authentic buildings and objects.
Located in the center of the country, Ede is halfway between the larger cities of Arnhem and Utrecht. Ede is rich with lush greenery of meadows, farmlands, and forest, making it popular for those who love the outdoors. More specifically, the heathlands of the Hoge Veluwe National Park provide an extensive variety of paths for walking or biking.
Rhenen in the Netherlands is a stunning city. What we love about Rhenen is that it’s a city where beautiful nature and a cozy city centre are mixed together to a amazing place. The city is almost complety surrounded by nature. With on one side the river Rhine and on the other side the national park Utrechtse Heuvelrug. Beyond that, we are fan of the military history and one of the most popular zoos in the Netherlands, Ouwehand.
Where do we go next?
To be confirmed ;)