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Hiking Essentials (1)

Published by Jelena Tasic, 2020-09-16 10:22:33

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The Netherlands travel guide according to locals #EuropeVillage

Groningen, the capital of 1. GRONINGEN the province of the same name in the north of the 02 Netherlands. Average age of residents in the city: 36 years. Number of different nationalities: more than 120. The University of Groningen was the first in the Netherlands to accept women. Art and Culture being of high importance, no wonder Groningen has the world’s most beautiful public lavatory.

2. KEUKENHOF Keukenhof was originally a place for hunting in the 1400s. 19th-century park covering 32 hectares (79 acres) open from March to May with colorful Dutch spring flowers Most all of the blooming flowers are marked with the name and grower, so if you fall in love with one particular hybrid, write it down and find the grower’s kiosk or tent.

3. ZEELAND BEACHES easily accessible Dutch beaches, for families and surfers! These sandy beaches are several km long and have at high tide a width of 75m, at low tide even more cleanest beach in the whole Netherlands

4. CHEESE MARKET IN ALKMAAR In the 17th century, cheese was traded on Fridays and Saturdays from May until All Saint’s Day, and in the 18th century on four days a week. Price bargaining per kilo is still done by means of clapping hands: bargaining by clapping one another’s hands and shouting prices. The last clap clinches the sale of a batch of cheese.

5. ROTTERDAM Rotterdam has a water - taxi The port is the second- largest in the world Take a walk down the Erasmus Bridge Rotterdam was completely destroyed after WW2 and had to be rebuilt almost from scratch There are 38 Cube-Shaped Houses The only city in the Netherlands to have a skyline (Erasmus Mast)

6. DE HOGE VELUWE NATIONAL PARK The nature reserve is located on the sandy soils of the Veluwe and is largely formed by water, ice and wind. free white bicycles to use on 40 kilometers of cycle paths. You can see red deer, wild boars, mouflons (wild sheep) and roe deer.

#TCSNetherlands for Europe VIllage WE HOPE YOU'LL VISIT US SOON!

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