Separated into six different regions, the province of South Holland in the Netherlands has a variety of assets to offer visitors, from its untouched landscape to its historic cities.
Stop by The Hague in the Haaglanden district for an example of a typical Dutch city mixed with key cultural sights. Known as the ‘judicial capital of the world,’ the city is also a political hub and is home to the Dutch parliament and government. Major landmarks well worth a trip include the Plein, a main square in the city centre lined with eateries and cafes situated next to the Binnenhof, the main government building which showcases architecture dating back to the 13th century.
For a glimpse of some of the country’s most famous modern buildings, go to Rotterdam in the west province of Randstad. Some of its most famous structures include the Euromast observation tower and Erasmus Bridge, which resembles the shape of a swan.
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