The Netherlands has numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The country is a mix of old and new, rural and urban.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Droogmakerij de Beemter is a perfect example of Dutch land reclamation, dating back to the 17th century.
The New Dutch Waterline was 85 km long and included 45 fortresses, six fortified cities and two castles.
If you’re looking for a unique place to visit in Rotterdam, then you can’t miss the historic Van Nelle Factory.
These areas have been designated a prospective World Heritage Site by the Netherlands and Germany in 2011.
The Wadden Sea is a world-class biodiversity site, covering about 4,400 square miles.