A couple of months ago, at the beginning of May, my husband and I decided to go on a daytrip to the lovely Dutch town of Delft. I took heaps of pics that day (what did you expect?!) but I haven’t shared them with you just yet… until today that is 😀 Let me take you on a trip through this authentic piece of Holland!
Last year in August, my husband and I went to Groningen for a couple of days. I have shared with you several posts about what we did those days, but I’ve got one more thing for you that’s definitely a must-see: Hortus Haren!
Now I don’t know about you, but I do like a visit to an outlet village from time to time and so I was spoiled rotten as I visited Designer Outlet Roermond twice in 10 days time! Let me tell you more about my double visit to this outlet village…
My husband and I love spending a day or weekend break in Holland for various reasons: it’s not far but it always feels like a bit of holiday as it’s another country, we love the Dutch little towns which ooze history, we like the Dutch atmoshpere and people and they now a thing or two about wining and dining! So you see… plenty of reasons to pay a visit to our lovely neighbouring country 🙂
I have written many posts about Holland so far, so I want to share with you my 5 favourite travelposts about our neighbouring country. Here we go!
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.