Known as the “Fairytale Park”, Efteling is the most beautiful fun park in Netherlands. Known for its nostalgic style, the park was financed by the Dutch painter Anton Pieck.
The Zaanse Schans open air museum is a village museum that has houses and old wooden sheds, where one can visit different traditional Dutch workshops, which show people the way that the wooden shoes, cheese and gaud objects used to be produced. Moreover, one can visit here five windmills, a few small museums and buy many products that come from this museum.
When you want to visit any place in Netherlands and you do not actually have something planned, the first thing you should do is to appeal at a VV, tourists’ office. In the centers of the cities one can find such places that will help you.
Here you can visit Amsterdam without having a plan in advance. The old houses, each more inclined than the other, make an unforgettable impression. Here you can see the flowers market, from where you can buy wonderful tulips bulbs.
In Maastricht one can make a walk tour with a local guide. This is the best possibility that in a short time one gathers enough information about the city and see the most important buildings and streets. One should as well go to the Selexyz Dominicanen bookshop. It is located in a former church and it very beautiful.
The Delft city is located at just 10 kilometers from Hague and it is especially known by its white porcelain with blue ornaments objects, which bear the name of Delfts blauw. One can as well visit the Royal Delft/De Koninklijke Porceleyne Fles, the only porcelain factory which survived since the 17th century. delft is also the city of “the lights master” Johannes Vermeer.
Riding a bicycle is a must here, visiting the safari Beekse Bergen Park is 36 kilometers Eindhoven and wearing a Dutch traditional suite as well. Enjoy!