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How To Spend One Week In The Netherlands?

Having just a short time to discover the Netherlands? Don’t worry, we will show you how to spend one week in the Netherlands. Read our post so you won’t waste a second on useless things.

Exploring Amsterdam On The First Two Days

Anne-Frank-House
Anne-Frank-House

The capital of the country is the very first place you should visit after setting foot.

Head right to the Jordaan location if you are a big fan of prototypical Dutch architecture. This site offers iconic canals and houses that Amsterdam is famous for. 

It is also near to the Anne Frank House, which we suppose you should see in person. There is no need for you to buy a ticket in advance when visiting this place. 

And if you adore art, then head directly to the Museumplein. This place is home to some favored museums such as the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk, etc. The former is full of classic masterpieces by Rembrandt. The latter is a modern art museum that exhibits pieces by Picasso and Chagall.

Being a shopaholic? Then, go to the Nine Streets! You will find a lot of stores here. Or else, you can go upmarket and venture down Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat. This spot is along with luxury designer boutiques such as Christian Louboutin, Dior, Chanel, etc.

When it comes to Amsterdam, never miss out on exploring the canals on an open-air boat.

Go To The Wadden Sea On Day 3 – One Week In The Netherlands

Wadden-Sea-Seals
Wadden-Sea-Seals

When visiting the Wadden Sea, you can choose either the short half-day trip or the full 12-hour day. 

You will have the opportunity to see various species of seals birds here. As taking your time in this place, try to visit the traditional Dutch village. This special site has both a castle and a windmill.

Before going back, let’s fuel up by enjoying beer or coffee in the brewery nearby.

Sleep At Groningen On Day 4

Lauwersmeer-National-Park-At-Night
Lauwersmeer-National-Park-At-Night

From the capital, you can get on a train to Groningen. It takes you about 3 hours to get there. 

Groningen is the biggest city in the country’s North. You can first discover the roadways of this lively city. Then go to Groninger Museum, where you can appreciate both classic and modern Dutch art.

As the evening comes, if it is luckily a clear night, you can take the train out to Lauwersmeer National Park, on the shore. This place has a Dark Sky Park which is known as the least amount of light-contaminated region in the nation. As a result, it’s an ideal spot to watch the shining stars.

Head To Rotterdam On Day 5 – One Week In The Netherlands

Cube-Houses
Cube-Houses

You can easily hop on a direct train from Groningen to Rotterdam.

This city conveys the feelings of being an outdoor exhibition. It is because it has unique architecture such as the Euromast, Cube Houses, etc.

Then, let’s have dinner at the Michelin-starred FG Food Labs. It is a diner inside a railway underpass. 

Seafood fans should go to Mood Rotterdam. This place is a restaurant that serves seasonal fish with a mixed taste of French and Asian.

Visit Loevestein Castle And Dunes Of Loon On Day 6

Loevestein-Castle
Loevestein-Castle

From Rotterdam, you can easily reach these two destinations. It’s really worth your time to visit the moving sands in the Dunes of Loon. And the medieval Loevestein Castle as well. You should see it with your naked eyes so you can appreciate its majestic beauty.

Return To Amsterdam On The Last Day – One Week In The Netherlands

Cycling-In-Amsterdam
Cycling-In-Amsterdam

One last activity in this beautiful country is to bike through the city. It will bring a feeling like you are a true local here. Also, it’s great to know how well Amsterdam’s roads are well-designed, right?

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Maris Lopez
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