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A stately city of wide green boulevards, public parks and grand and imposing 18th-century mansions. It is the seat of the Dutch government and parliament and the residence of the Dutch royal family.
Rotterdam has become the centre of ambitious new architecture in the Netherlands, yet much of the 19th century city still remains, round the quaint Delfshaven, Oudehaven and Haringvliet docks, teeming with restored barges, sailing and steam boats.
Magnificent churches, a maze of pretty canals with barges and moored houseboats, 18th-century fortifications, elegant public buildings and museums, windmills and fountains. Not to mention hidden courtyards.
Amsterdam is the world’s most cosmsopolitan city. Narow streets and magnificent tall houses huddled on the banks of the canals make it photographically both challenging and rewarding.
Combine a walking tour of Leiden with a canal boat tour. Leiden has more than 21 km of canals. The tour explores these in an electric boat at a relaxed and leisurely pace, silent and solution-free!
Combine a photography tour of Leiden with a visit to Leiden’s spectacular botanical gardens, The Hortus Botanicus. It is a peaceful and relaxing green oasis where photo opportunities abound.
A fantastic day out among the spring flowers! Over 7 million bulbs with a total of 800 varieties of tulips set in 32 hectares of beautifully landscaped parkland. Keukenhof is a unique and unforgettable experience with fantastic photographic opportunities.
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