Castle at the mouth of the Vecht river. Beautifully furnished interiors
reveal how the life was like in the Golden Age.
An open-air museum with an expectable collection of windmills and more than
thirty well-preserved houses from Zaanstreek.
Located in the town's oldest brick house, this museum is dedicated to what
is the townlet famous for – the cheese!
See the authentic cheese market and witness the cheese transported by boat or
by horse-drawn cart. July to August, every Wednesday.
See the picturesque wooden houses set in a beautiful countryside where locals
still tend to wear the traditional costumes.
An opportunity to witness quite extraordinary trade: flower auction selling
more than 20 million flowers every day.
Gothic Protestant church noted especially for its belltower that leans more
than two meters from its vertical.
Visit a manufacture where the famous Delftware has been made since 17th
century. Free guided tour and factory outlet are other reasons to go.
Currently the seat of the International Court of Justice. The interiors are
decorated with gifts donated by other countries.
Miniature model of a Dutch town composed of various buildings and
architectural styles from all around the Netherlands.
A gem of the contemporary architecture. There's a lookout terrace from
where it is easy to overlook the town of Scheveningen.