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Amazingly Beautiful Dutch Hidden Gems You Must Visit

 The Netherlands, a little nation in Europe, is well-known for its magnificent historical buildings, rich cultural legacy, well-known canals, and exceptional modernity. In addition, travellers find exploring the secret locations to be breathtaking.

You should get your airline tickets as soon as possible if you plan to take advantage of the breathtaking scenery, engaging art, and thrilling bike excursions. KLM Airlines has flights that link Amsterdam to key Middle Eastern cities. When purchasing flights to Amsterdam, you may get the greatest discounts and last-minute bargains.

A handful of the Dutch hidden gems are as follows:

Bourtange 

Bourtange remains one of the Netherlands’ best-kept secrets, something that not even the Dutch know about. The star-shaped Bourtange settlement was formerly a well-known Dutch village and a stronghold. It was created in 1593, during the Spanish-Dutch War. Bourtange is located on the route that runs between Groningen and Germany. Located southeast of Groningen, Bourtange is a worthwhile day trip destination if you’re in the area. Let your creativity run wild with its wooden drawbridges, cobblestone streets, and historic cannons. While there, you may spend the night at an inn and explore museums while taking in the fortress’s magnificence.

First National Park of Dwingelderveld

Dwingelderveld National Park

You really should travel to this place, which is perhaps the most beautiful in the nation. In particular, the Dwingelderveld National Park was fantastic! This park is appealing in any season. You can travel to locations such as:

A lovely wooden walkway is called the Vlonderpad.

Achter t Zaand and the animals in the pasture

Dwingeloo weather (flowering in August and September)

The park offers a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, and birdwatching, for individuals who enjoy being outside. Numerous additional animal species, including foxes, deer, and various bird species, may be seen in the park.

Wassenaar, Seringenberg

Wassenaar’s Seringenberg is a fantastic location that is rarely crowded. It’s located in the Horsten Forest. The literal translation of Seringenberg is “lilac mountain.” It resembles a tall hill covered in lilacs. This purple slope has a lovely scent and appearance!

Seringenberg is a gorgeous forest with trees and plants, offering breathtaking views in every direction. It surrounds the Duivenvoorde Estate and has entrances in Voorschoten and Wassenaar. There are several different walking routes.

You may witness the Seringenberg in full bloom for at least two or three weeks in May if you visit. To get to this hill, you must take a little walk through the forest. The Horsten is open from 9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. every day and offers free entry.

Westkapelle

Westkapelle

Several bridges link Westkapelle, located on the former island of Walcheren, to different locations in the Netherlands. The “Hoge Licht,” a lighthouse that is apparent as soon as you arrive in the historic city, is the reason this hidden gem is so well-known. Gothic St. Willibrord Church was rebuilt into a light-house after a fire accident

De Orchideeën Hoeve

De Orchideeen Hoeve

Situated about ten minutes from Emmeloord in the Flevoland region, De Orchideeën Hoeve is housed in a large shed. It’s a fantastic location for a tropical getaway. This area resembles a jungle and is teeming with tropical species, birds, and butterflies.

Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the lush vegetation and exquisite flowers of the Amazonian Rainforest garden, keeping an eye out for the many little turtles and enormous koi that swim through the many streams. The building is enormous, and the sheer number of nooks and crannies they’ve managed to incorporate to create the impression that it’s a real jungle is astounding.

You can take the road through the forest and visit the Orchid Landscape, which offers fish, ponds, and other tropical elements while staying tropical.

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