The political capital of the Netherlands and home of the Dutch royal family is an enjoyable city, which boasts the impressive Mauritshuis art gallery and has an extensive coastline.
A lovely little town and one-time home of Vermeer, with one of the prettiest market squares in the Netherlands and picture-perfect canals flanked by old mansions.
This gritty and boisterous port city has resurrected itself in flash modern style after extensive war damage, complete with its own Museumpark and a vibrant nightlife.
Archetypal Dutch country town, home of the famous round cheese and a splendid set of stained-glass windows in St Janskerk.
Lively university town wound around a tight skein of narrow canals, with the Domtoren – the highest Gothic church tower in the Netherlands – dominating the city skyline.