Archive for July, 2011

Planning a Family Vacation to Beautiful Holland

The perfect place to have a family vacation in Holland is The Netherlands. This is because there are a lot of family friendly things to do in The Netherlands. The first thing to do is visit Amsterdam. Amsterdam includes something for everyone like scenic canals and world class museums. They are also some great places to shop and eat. The second thing to do is visit Delft. Delft is a historic town in the Netherlands that has did its best to preserve the town. They Read the rest of this entry »

Holland’s Best Family Activities and Attractions

When traveling to Holland with kids, it is important to keep them entertained. There are plenty of kid friendly activities available to families both local and foreign tourists. Eindhoven, located in southern Holland, is a center of modern art, architecture and fashion. It is associated with the multinational corporation Philips that includes an indoor karting track, plus a park with amenities for families. Speaking of the Philips corporation, there is a historic museum where the corporation first had their start in the 19th century. A great way for kids to learn during Read the rest of this entry »

Holland’s Best Cultural Museums and Attractions

There are a lot of museums and attractions in Holland. The first attraction is Keukenhof Gardens. Keukenhof Gardens displays the most famous flower of Holland, the tulip. Their most popular exhibits are held in the summer and fall. The gardens are done in the traditional Japanese garden theme. The second attraction is Hoge Veluwe National Park. Hoge Veluwe National Park is the biggest national park in the Netherlands. There are a variety of animals that live in the park including red deer, wild boar and mouflon. The third attraction Read the rest of this entry »

Top Ten Historics Sights of Holland

There are a lot of historic sights in Holland. The first one is the Anne Frank House. The Anne Frank House is the house that Anne Frank lived in with her family during World War II. The second one is Reypenaer Cheese Tasting Rooms. Reypenaer Cheese Tasting Rooms are a tasting center of the finest cheeses from the Netherlands. The third one is the Museum van Loon. The Museum van Loon is a house that was built in 1672 that is full of different paintings. The fourth one is the Church of St. Bavo. The Church of Read the rest of this entry »


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