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Best things to do in South Holland

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Art Museum
“Next to the Parliament sits one of the most beautiful museums of the Netherlands, the Mauritshuis. It is pretty small but contains famous paintings from Johannes Vermeer and Rembrandt”
171local recommendations
Art Museum
“It’s an art museum in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. It is located at the Museumpark in the district Rotterdam Centrum, close to the Kunsthal and the Natural History Museum. The museum opened in 1849. It houses the collections of Frans Jacob Otto Boijmans (1767–1847) and Daniël George van Beuningen (1877–1955). In the collection, ranging from medieval to contemporary art, are works of Rembrandt, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, and Salvador Dalí.”
110local recommendations
Restaurant
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“This street has many restaurants and bars and is one of the most lively places to hang out, especially on the weekends.”
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Art Museum
“Arguably the most beautiful museum in The Netherlands after the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam”
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Art Museum
“This building was designed bij the most famous architect of Rotterdam: Rem Koolhaas. They don’t have permanent collection, but it’s always nice to see what’s on. ”
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Hotel
“Utrecht's most famous old church tower. Climbing it is one of the things you mus have done. The view on the top i s amazing. ”
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Theme Park
“(Located in the Hague) - mini world with main Dutch places. Very nice half day activity.”
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Hotel
“The Hotel New York on the Wilhelminapier in Rotterdam is a hotel, located in the former management building of the Holland-America Line”
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Courthouse
“This beautiful building is the symbol of the city of peace and justice that The Hague is. The International Court of Justice is housed here and resolves International conflicts. Also the neighbourhood is a very nice area to walk around”
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Concert Hall
“Situated in the centre of the medieval city of Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg is a unique contemporary music complex for all kinds of music and entertainment. TivoliVredenburg opened its doors in 2014 and consists of five halls with perfect acoustics and facilities for all kinds of music - ranging from pop, jazz and club nights to symphonic music, chamber music and much more! - as well as bars, lounges, a cafe and a restaurant.”
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Farmers Market
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“Fresh food and craftsmanship on Katendrecht. A culinary hotbed; a place to go shopping, learn how products are made and to experience craftsmanship. (Closed on Mondays.)”
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Art Museum
“Escher was a mathematician and painter at the same time. The museum is fascinating as it combines art with mathematical figures. The street, Lange Voorhout, where the museum is situated is beautiful too. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“112m/367ft and 465 steps to take you there.. magnificent view (especially on clear days)”
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Art Museum
“This small museum contains an enormous Panorama of Scheveningen, the beach of The Hague around the 1870s. The panorama has a cilinder form and is 120 meters wide and 12 tall. Even for those not very much into art this is an impressive experience ”
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Scenic Lookout
“Possibly the pretiest park in town. Nice lunch villa (Parqiet), of course Euromast for superb views, and Villa Parkzicht: now hosting a trashy chique restaurant (Harbour club) but it used to be the birth place of Rotterdam House in the 90's!”
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Park
“It is the perfect outdoor space to spend time with the family. Nice open spaces but also lots of footpaths and cycle tracks through the woods.”
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