Exploring the North of the Netherlands

The Provinces of Groningen and Friesland in the Netherlands lay at the northernmost coastline of the country, with ferries connecting to the Islands Ameland and Schiermonnikoog.

Quaint face bricked villages with cobblestone roads are speckled over the countryside. The Dutch use their favorite way of transport from one town to the other – their bicycles – mostly happily chatting away with their buddies on two rolling wheels. The girls are predominantly tall, strikingly beautiful with long hair flying in the wind.

Others move around with their boats through the narrow water channels. Drawbridges make way as they approach.

The Dutch enthusiasm for artful flower arrangements is visible at every window and even the smallest garden is blooming in full splendor. The sun tints the countryside in the most vivid colors so that even ordinary cornfields contrast beautifully with the blue sky.

Infinite are the bicycle roads on the Dykes, which invite long rides with an unobstructed view of the Wadden Sea. One day the weather is peaceful, the next day it will change and show a harsh face.

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More beautiful Places in the Netherlands:

Holland's Most Famous Attractions

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- Rijksmuseum
- Van Gogh Museum
- Canal Cruise
- Keukenhof
- Holland Pass

... and more!

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