Eindhoven is famous for its innovative character, bustling with creativity and innovation in design and technology. It’s also known as a modern and green city, with plenty of parks and hotspots.
Due to the extensive waterways and close proximity to the North Sea, Leeuwarden was a major trade post until the 15th century. Today it is the economic centre of the Friesland province, Leeuwarden has a host of attractions from public parks to canals and historical buildings and is a great base to explore the Frisian Islands.
Rotterdam is famous for its modern architecture, with landmarks such as the cube houses, the market hall, the Erasmus bridge and its many skyscrapers. Its diverse nightlife contrasts with the bustle and industry pulsing throughout the day. The port of Rotterdam is the largest in Europe.
Arnhem, the capital of Gelderland, is located on the right bank of the Lower Rhine. Although it is well known for its medieval history and its strategic importance in WWII as part of Operation Market Garden, today people often come to visit its popular open air museum and spectacular Burgers’ Zoo.