Holland, small in size, big in events, attractions and activities! The official site for tourism and leisure in Holland by the Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions with online hotel reservations, tips for trips, museums, night life, events, attractions, hiking and biking tours. This site aims to give you a taste of the many things our country has to offer. From exciting exhibitions to invigorating cycle routes. From deluxe hotel accommodations to wonderful flower shows.
The Kingdom of the Netherlands was formed in 1815. A modern, industrialized nation, the Netherlands is also a large exporter of agricultural products. The country was a founding member of NATO and the EC, and participated in the introduction of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) in 1999.
The Netherlands, also known as Holland, borders the North Sea on the north and west, Germany on the east, and Belgium on the south. With Belgium and Luxembourg, the Netherlands forms the BENELUX countries.
The Netherlands is easy to travel, the locals are friendly and speak excellent English.
Travel to Holland
Your complete guide to Holland with destination reports, interactive maps, photos and more. Holland is a great holiday destination with plenty to offer everyone, good for grown-ups and entertaining for children. People looking for a cultural holiday and those into sports, nature or city lovers will find something to suit their needs in this eclectic Country.
Holland, the low-lying northwest region of the Netherlands comprises the provinces of North Holland and South Holland. Though the whole Country is commonly known as Holland, the official name is actually the Netherlands.
Situated on the North Sea, Holland is almost completely flat except for some small hills in the southeast, and considerable areas of land have been reclaimed from the sea. Rivers including the Scheldt, Maas and Rhine, together with many canals form an efficient system of inland waterways.
Zuid-Hollands Bureau voor Toerisme
On this site you will find lots of tips and an overview of what Zuid-Holland has to offer for a holiday or day out. Enjoy the dazzling metropolises of Rotterdam and The Hague for a weekend or go on a voyage of discovery in the attractive Old Holland towns of Delft, Dordrecht, Gouda or Leiden. Cheese, windmills, polders, tulips and Delft Blue. Charming historical towns with canals and fine buildings. This is the typical image of the Netherlands which foreigners have in their minds. All of these typically Dutch elements can be found in Zuid-Holland at a short distance from each other. In such a versatile province as Zuid-Holland, it can be difficult to decide which of the many attractions and places of interest to include in your programme. To help you prioritise your sightseeing visits, we have compiled the below list of 10 Absolute Must Do's during your stay in Zuid-Holland. The spring gardens of Keukenhof, The Delft Blue ceramics factory, The Mauritshuis in The Hague, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, The windmills of Kinderdijk, The Maeslandtkering at Hoek van Holland (Hook of Holland), Stedelijk Museum de Lakenhal in Leiden, Madurodam, Scheveningen and more.