The cities in The other Holland are completely different, yet complement each other perfectly. Fascinating pasts start when the Romans ruled in the south, to the Hanseatic backgrounds, and ending at ‘a Bridge too Far’. The cities are associated with history, leafy parks, culture and nature. However, they are also known for their fashion & design, appealing architecture, culinary delights, top attractions, health &
wellness and a variety of events - an unexpected and exciting range of very contemporary options.
The Veluwe is one of the biggest nature reserves in West-Europe. Kröller-Müller Museum boasts almost 90 paintings and more than 180 drawings, making it the second largest collection of Van Goghs in the world. The gardens of Paleis Het Loo are fully reconstructed and look like the Baroque Dutch garden in the time of the first residents, King-Stadtholder Willem III and his wife Mary Stuart II, the first residents of Paleis Het Loo.
National Park De Hoge Veluwe is an area spanning over 5,400 hectares and is well-known for its unique combination of art and nature. Use a free White Bicycle to explore over 40 km of cycling routes. These lead along many ancient regional landscape types, game observation sites and top level art works. Have a safari with the Park warden or an excursion with a nature guide. Visit Country Residence Jachthuis Sint Hubertus, the former residence of the Kröller-Müllers, it is one of the most iconic buildings in The Netherlands. Go to Museonder to explore what lives and lived underground. The exhibition takes you on a journey deeper and deeper underground until you reach the center of the earth