Are you coming to enjoy neighborhoods in South Holland? Here's a fun route to get the most out of your visit:
Day 1 (Rotterdam)
- Start your day in Rotterdam, the second largest city in the Netherlands. Visit the Markthal, a food hall with a unique design and delicious dining options.
- Walk around the city center and admire the modern architecture, including the famous Cube Houses.
- Take a cruise through the port of Rotterdam to learn about the city's history and see the impressive container terminals and shipyards.
Day 2 (Delft & Den Haag)
- Visit Delft, a charming historic city known for its blue and white pottery. Explore the picturesque streets and canals and visit the Royal Delft Factory to see how the pottery is made.
- Pass by The Hague, the political capital of the Netherlands. See the Binnenhof, a complex of historic buildings that house the Dutch government, and the nearby Peace Palace, home to the International Court of Justice.
- End your day in Scheveningen, a seaside resort near The Hague. Take a stroll along the beach and pier and dine at one of the many seafood restaurants!
Day 3 (Kinderdijk & Gouda)
- When in South Holland, you must visit Kinderdijk! A UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its windmills. Take a boat trip or bike ride through the area to see the 19 windmills up close.
- Visit Gouda, a city known for its cheese and beautiful historic buildings. Visit the Gouda Cheese Museum and St. Janskerk, a Gothic church with beautiful stained glass windows.
- End your day in Dordrecht, a historic city known for its picturesque canals and charming architecture. Take a walk through the old town and visit the Dordrechts Museum with a collection of Dutch art and history.
Day 4 (Dordrecht)
- After a great night's sleep, you can get back to it! See in this article what fun things you can still do in the beautiful city of Dordrecht.
- End your day in Dordrecht and dine in one of the many restaurants along the water.
This 4-day planning lets you taste the diversity and beauty of South Holland! From the modern architecture of Rotterdam to the historic charm of Delft and Gouda, and the natural beauty of Kinderdijk, as well as the picturesque canals and charming architecture of Dordrecht.