Groningen is a city which is very much alive by day, and even more so at night when all lights are lit! In today’s travelpost I give you a photographic impression of Holland’s most northern town by night. But first I tell you where we had lunch and diner… Read on I’d say!
Last week I took you on a stroll through the city centre of Groningen. We stay in the centre for today’s post, but we take a closer look to a particular part of the city centre: the neighbourhood around the Martini Tower and the Prinsenhof.
In August my husband and I went to Groningen for a weekend break. Even though it’s been a couple of months since we visited the city, I want to share with you loads of pics from our weekend break as Groningen is a fun city to visit all year round. Today I treat you to part I 🙂
Today you can read a second post about my daytrip to Utrecht, which my best friend Katrien and I visited a couple of weeks before.
Last week you could read about our visit to the Rietveld-Schröder House (see this post) and today I will tell you a bit more about the Cathedral.