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This breathtaking museum structure was dedicated to the Netherland’s beloved native artist, Van Gogh. The museum features a massive collection of over 800 items, including several self-portraits and the famous Sunflowers painting.
A visit to Rijks museum offers you an exciting glimpse into nearly a million years of Dutch history through thousands of items. The building itself is a perfect example of ornate architecture.
Here over a thousand animal species are available for tourists to enjoy the sight. The Natura Artis Zoo features a greenhouse, planetarium, and aquarium in an ornate 19th-century architecture.
Prinsengracht, Amsterdam’s longest canal, offers access to several side streets, charming Golden Age homes, beautiful churches, and other popular sites.
Albert Cuyp market is famous for its hundreds of stalls spanning down the road and is a terrific place to grab homemade Dutch specialties or delicious ethnic food. You can also pick up some brightly-colored tulips while there or enjoy the energy and market people.
Nestled between Lake Brienz in the east and Lake Thun in the west, Interlaken is among Switzerland’s most famous holiday resorts. Höhematte, located in the town’s center, is a masterpiece with 35 acres of space. Hotels, cafes, and flower gardens surround the Höheweg, showing a breathtaking view of the mountains.
Europe’s largest Alpine lake, Lake Geneva, straddles the Swiss/French border to touch most of Switzerland’s famous cities’ shores. Geneva (the city) lies between beautiful snow-capped peaks where the Rhône cascades into Lake Geneva.
Glaciers, alpine forests, sunshine, glaciers, and mirror-like lakes put St. Moritz among the world’s leading mountain destinations for tourists in Switzerland. Pricey restaurants and palatial hotels are readily available at this resort town that has hosted two Olympics.
Lake Lugano is located on the Swiss/Italian border in Ticino, the only official Italian-speaking canton in Switzerland. Ticino offers a tantalizing Mediterranean taste, and fruits like figs, citrus, pomegranates, and palms flourish in the climate. With the snow-capped peaks, piazzas, architecture, and love for fine food, towns around Lake Maggiore and Lake Lugano exude an Italian feel that tourists enjoy.
The Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen, spanning 150 meters, is the largest falls in Central Europe. It’d be best if you visit these falls in June and July when the mountain snow has melted, and the falls’ volume has increased enough to overflow from a 21-meter-high Jurassic limestone ledge.