The Netherlands as it is fondly called because of its flat shape is one of the countries of the world that is filled with so much to offer visitors. We are not talking about its capital city, Amsterdam but its small postcard towns. These are some of the spectacular towns in the Netherlands. The ancient town of Zierikzee is located on an island in Zeeland. There are more than half a thousand monuments of historical importance in this town. One of the most visited places in this town is a 12th-century church called the Sint-Lievensmonstertoren. It will be a fulfilling trip to visit the Maritime Museum in the old town. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Known as the former most significant fortified city, Doesburg which lies on River Ijssel is one of the most iconic towns in the Netherlands. Take a good look at the ancient houses and notice how they have shields built into them. For historical enthusiasts with a bit of horticulture streak in the, visit the mustard museum, the herb garden, and the vinegar factory. Another lovely site to visit is this Reformed Church. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Once known as a remarkable trading hub and seaport in the Netherlands is Appingedam. The breathtaking town is popular for its unique kitchens; they hang. The best time to see this town in its glory is on Saturday Afternoons. The Nicolai Church is one of the historic sites to visit in this town. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
It is widely believed that Body Mass Index measurement originated from Oudewater during the times of the witch trials. The medieval town is one of the most beautiful towns in the Netherlands. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Located along the coast of the North Sea is the spectacular town of Domburg. This region has been a tourist hotspot since the 17th century. It is well known for its depictions of gods through arts. This town which is one of the resort towns in the flatlands offers a wide array of activities for outdoor enthusiasts like swimming, horseback riding, and biking. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Located in the scenic harbor of Friesland is the stunning town of Harlingen. Numerous mansions from the Middle-Ages dot Harlingen. These mansions were marked with gable stones before the invention of a numbering system for houses. Visit the 17th-century warehouse in the town and be amazed. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Naarden is one of the classic fortress towns in the country. The buildings in Naarden date back to the beginning of the 14th century. These buildings are joined together in a gigantic circle, and they link to the moats to form a star fortress. The views of the amazing configuration will leave you speechless. Some of the remarkable sites in this town include the Netherlands Fortress Museum. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Thorn is a vivid town situated in Limburg. It was once the tiniest independent state of ancient Rome. Popular called the while village for its white-washed buildings; Thorn is one of the most divine places you will step foot into. In the primeval times, it was ruled by an abbess and 20 nuns who very from noble families. One of the most visited sites in Thorn is the St. Michaelskerk Abbey Church. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Loved by famed artists like Renoir and Picasso is the stunning little town of Volendam; this region is very popular for fishing and farming. Tourists troop into this town to have a look of the ancient fishing boats and brown buildings with maroon pointed roofs. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Favored for being the ‘Venice of the North’ for its numerous winding canals is a quiet town called Giethoorn. The unspoiled town still retains much of its old glory. Visit the cafes at the sides of the canal, the lovely thatched houses. Take a boat ride under the arching bridges of the gem in the Netherlands.