If you’re ever to be in Holland, either on a romantic getaway or even your honeymoon, there’s more to cherish than you can imagine. Holland is a land of water, a land of art. It is the destination that will impress you with its nostalgic views, and a step back in history taking you places you’ve never been and showing you the true beauty unseen.
We present to you the top 4 incredibly romantic getaways you can only experience in Holland.
Located near the town of Lisse, this is a must-go destination in Holland. During springtime, the destination looks unimaginably beautiful serving as a romantic escape far from the city hustle.
You can enjoy a few hours with your loved one out in the heart of nature cherishing the incredible views over the multitude of banks of red tulips, wavy rivers of pink and violet flower beds all over the place.
Featured in the UNESCO World Heritage List is this beautiful village located in pretty close proximity to Rotterdam (about 16 km). In Kinderdijk you will find 19 windmills of great historical value dating back to the Medieval Age. If you plan your trip during the first week of September, you will be able to see the windmills illuminated at night as part of the Mills in Floodlight event. The event attracts not only locals but also tourists from all over the world eager to enjoy the ecstatic views like nowhere else in the entire world.
This cultural town sits on the river Schie, right between the cities of Hague and Rotterdam. If you are a romantic at heart, you cannot go to the Netherlands without visiting Delft. Especially at night, this picturesque old town will enchant you with its lamplit canals, narrow walkways as well as Medieval architecture that dates back to the 17th century. One uniquely romantic sight in Delft is the Oude Kerk, the town’s old church built in a gothic style, slightly leaning, which is a view worth cherishing and one hard to forget.
Den Bosch or The Duke’s Forest is a place worth seeing while on a romantic trip to Holland with your loved one. This destination is home to Medieval yet very well-preserved fortresses and the world-renowned narrow canal giving you the chance to explore by boat the centuries-old canal system and the surrounding beauty. Other places to see in Den Bosch are the Saint Jans Cathedral as well as the Moorian which is the oldest building made of brick in Holland that dates back to the 13th century.
In case that you want to see cities crisscrossed with canals, lands of great historical value dating back to the 17th century and onwards as well as beauty succumbed by nature, you know where to go. Holland will welcome you and your beloved warmly, and it will manifest itself it all its glory.