Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Netherlands is a very hospitable country with many tourist attractions. Hoge Veluwe National Park near Amsterdam has the distinction of being Netherlands’s biggest park. At the edge of the park lies The Kröller-Müller Museum which is a must-see. Readers of the Anne Frank diary must visit Anne Frank’s House which also display’s the original diary as part of the exhibition.
The miniature city of Madurodam has a very interesting display and is a great experience which should not be missed. A visit to the Castle De Haar in Haarzuilens will take the visitor into fairyland. The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is the largest museum of Netherlands and attracts over a million visitors every year.
Discover the local Netherlands through the Marken Island, Zuiderzee, very close to Amsterdam. The world-famous windmills of Netherlands can be seen at the village of Kinderdijk. The mills are no longer used and are now included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List.