Douwe Egberts: The Coffee of The Netherlands

 

The Netherlands is a great place to visit any time of year. Because the country is relatively small, it’s not only possible, it is also quite easy to see several cities in Satellite_image_of_the_Netherlandsthis beautiful country on a single trip. If you ever get to go, here are some cities you should be sure to check out for their culture and their history. Let’s begin! The Hague is the city by the sea, the seat of the country’s government and the home base of the royal family. M.C. Escher, one of the most famous Dutch artists in the world, has a permanent exhibit in a royal winter palace there. The city has a beautiful park (think NYC’s Central Park), a Pier and a promenade by which to view the sea. From there, due east is Utrecht, home to 70,000+ students, so it’s no surprise that the city has many lively bars and cafes. The Domtoren is the tallest church tower in the Netherlands, its Gothic architecture reminiscent of the Middle Ages. In a few years, the city will have completed development of the world’s largest bike park, able to accommodate 12,500 bikes. (In The Netherlands, everybody rides!) Drive southeast to find Eindhoven, the Technology hub of the country. Here you will find the headquarters of Philips, a contemporary art museum named The Van Abbemuseum and a futuristic mall building made almost entirely out of glass. These are just a few cities you can visit. Don’t forget about Amsterdam (canals, museums and cafes), Rotterdam (modern architecture) and Delft, home of the blue and white pottery so loved around the world.

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