The Netherlands is a beautiful country, but many visitors don’t see more of the country than a few cities. These pictures of The Netherlands are meant for inspiration. This way you will get inspired by visiting The Netherlands beyond the crowds, which is my main goal with my travel blog about The Netherlands. As a, born and raised, Dutch woman I am often surprised by the beauty in my country. And I’ve been living here for 24 years.
It makes sense that foreigners aren’t aware of the natural beauty that exists in The Netherlands and of the beautiful sights in tons of different cities. It hasn’t been advertised well either. But, it’s time for a change. And you will find that on this travel blog of The Netherlands, from a local.
There are gorgeous cities to visit, provinces to explore and islands to discover. If you’re looking for history? You can find it in The Netherlands. Are you interested in finding tulip fields? You’ve come to the right place.
So have a look at the photos below. There are plenty more pictures of the countryside of The Netherlands and cities or villages within The Netherlands to come.
The Netherlands in pictures
I hope these pictures of The Netherlands have been inspirational for your next visit. Remember, my country is more than Amsterdam. Amsterdam is a gorgeous city, but it’s also our capital city. That means that there is a whole world outside Amsterdam that is completely different. Please try to make trips to the Dutch countryside, or to less visited cities. You won’t regret it. The Netherlands is a dreamy country, no matter what season you are here.
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