Located between The Hague and Rotterdam, this city is famous for its blue-and-white pottery (“Delftware”).
This town is known for its traditional cheese market, which takes on Fridays throughout the summer.
Located on the banks of the Spaarne River, this city resembles a mini-Amsterdam.
This neighborhood is known for its historic windmills.
Den Haag (The Hague) is the seat of the Dutch government and home to many famous museums. Scheveningen, a district within The Hague, lies along a long sandy beach.
This town is a traditional heritage fishing village.