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Holland, or the Netherlands, is a tiny, dense nation where about one-seventh of the territory was created by draining the sea. The word “low country” is where the term “Netherlands” comes from. Only half of its land is more than 1 m (3.3 ft) above sea level, and most of the land below the water line is artificial. It has a border with Germany to the east and Belgium to the south and is home to a sizable population in each country.
The Netherlands has a progressive drug policy and a history of social tolerance that has led to the legalization of abortion, prostitution, and euthanasia. The Dutch are known for being friendly and helpful, which likely contributes to this. If you were to randomly stop someone on the street and ask them a question, chances are high that they would respond in fluent English.
The widespread usage of bicycles by the local populace is one such instance. Bicycles are widely used as a mode of transportation in the nation; you can see them being ridden to work throughout the town.
Amsterdam, The Hague, and Rotterdam are the three most important cities in the Netherlands, and each has its distinct personality. Amsterdam’s canals are its most recognizable feature, famed for their quaintness and tranquility. The typical canal homes that border the canals are a distinctive feature of the architecture in this area. To pass the time, take a leisurely walk through the quaint side alleys packed with restaurants, pubs, and shops. Aside from the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum, other popular destinations in Amsterdam include the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum of Contemporary Art, the Amsterdam Museum, and, oddly enough, the city’s red-light district.
You can go to The Hague from Amsterdam in no time. It serves as the nation’s capital and is well recognized as the site of the International Criminal Court. Both the resort of Scheveningen and Madurodam, the fascinating location of the model miniature Dutch hamlet, are conveniently located nearby. Rotterdam is Europe’s biggest port and is worth a trip if just to take in the city’s fascinating contemporary architecture.
Delft, famous for its blue porcelain and charming canals, and Alkmaar, famous for its cheese markets, are two other points of interest in the Netherlands.