Oldest city of the Netherlands The oldest city of the Netherlands is during the entire year an excellent meeting point. Situated at a ridge at the shore of the Waal, Nijmegen is already for years an attractive place for people to visit.


Enschede has everything you can expect from a city, combined with the fact that nature is always nearby! Enschede is one of the greenest cities in our country. In the city you will find different beautiful parks, but also outside the city


Eindhoven is unmistakably the most adventurous city in the south of The Netherlands. The country’s fifth-largest city, it offers everything you need to make life enjoyable! A bustling city centre with a huge variety of shops, numerous bars, pubs and restaurants, welcoming


Delft is the city of beautiful preserved history and culture, from Delftware, Orange and Vermeer. But also the city of shopping, nightlife, romantic sleep overs, cozy terraces and Burgundian meals and drinks. Historical centre Delft is known for her historical centre. Delft


Burgundian atmosphere Breda has that jovial Burgundian atmosphere that is typical for all elderly, southern cities where people know how to enjoy life. Versatile Breda is versatile. The city has a nice centre. There are many attractions in the city centre like

Bergen op Zoom

ergen op Zoom means culture, shopping and enjoying the gastronomy in a historical ambiance. The old margrave city Bergen op Zoom is situated at the “Brabantse Wal”. Rich and moving history We don’t know exactly for how long Bergen op Zoom exist,


Vibrant festival city Amsterdam is known as a vibrant city. The youth and street theatre performers can be found everywhere and you can party until the break of dawn. In the centre you can also enjoy the serenity. The courtyard of the