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Zuid-Holland Travel Guide
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Zuid-Holland is a very divers province in the West of the Netherlands. You will find big cities here like Rotterdam -with lots of modern architecture and the biggest harbour of the world - and The Hague (Den Haag or s-Gravenhage), a chic city with the seat of government of the country and the seat of the International Court of Justice.
Highlights are the old towns with many 17th-century buildings, like Gouda (taste chees and don't miss the St. Janchurch), majestic Delft (canals), Leiden with its old university and Dordrecht's old ships and harbours.
Although Zuid-Holland is one of the most densely populated and industrial parts of The Netherlands, you can still find a lot of empty fields in the Green Heart, the area surrounded by the main Dutch cities of the 'Randstad'. On the coast, like in Voorne-Putten, you find the unique nature of the dunes, but also the glass house industry of the Westland.
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Top Things to See and Do
Cities: The Hague, Rotterdam
Old towns: Leiden, Delft, Dordrecht, Gouda
Coast: Scheveningen, Katwijk, Brielle
Nature and Parks: Grean Heart (Nieuwkoop), Flowers of Keukenhof (Lisse), Windmills (Kinderdijk), Biesbosch freshwaters (Dordrecht)
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Hospitality club mailinglist Zuid-Holland
HC Zuid-Holland also has its own mailinglist in order to simplify the communication Please join this list and introduce yourself. Dont hesitate to discuss local issues
(housing, places to go, needed hosts, etc) and to announce meetings or parties. You can either send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list or visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hc_zuid-holland/ to add yourself to the list.
Noord-Holland (Amsterdam, Haarlem),
Zeeland (Middelburg, Vlissingen),
Noord-Brabant (Breda, Tilburg, Den Bosch) and
Gelderland (Arnhem, Nijmegen).
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Who is coming?
I,m coming! :) I will be hitch-hiking with my friend from world cup final to London. We're thinking to stay for one night somewhere in Zuid-Holland near Hoek van Holland. We'll be there at July 10th or 11th. So if anybody wants to meet two Lithuanians just send a message for my user. cvirka from lithuania > klaipeda > klaipeda.
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Hospitality Club Meetings
Date: Sunday 10th September 2006; Time: 19.00 h
Location: Zwarte Ruiter, Grote Markt, Den Haag
Organized by pietertje.
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30th July 2006: at the beach near restaurant "Strandpaviljoen Zuid" - meeting was at pietertje's place because it was raining.
28th April until 02nd of May 2005: Hospitality Queens Day Tour took place in Scheveningen (Den Haag). More than 100 HC-members came over to celebrate Queen's day.
5th of February 2005: lakune and tijs organized a gathering for Dutch HC-members in Den Haag.
Little meetings are organized more often. Also check out the events listed on Y! group HC_NL. Also check out the Forum for detailed information on upcoming events.
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Edited by: paulf on 12.03.2007 tijs on 08.09.2006 pietertje on 27.08.2006 pietertje on 17.07.2006 cvirka on 27.06.2006 maplefanta on 26.05.2006 tijs on 11.03.2005 tijs on 03.02.2005 balihomestay on 03.02.2005 tijs on 28.06.2004
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Historical buildings: city hall, market square, Oude Jan church, New church, boat houses.
Prinsenhof, Vermeer centrum and Indonesian museum Nusantara.
Cafes and world cuisine restaurants: spanish, greek, argentinian, mexican, italian, japanese.
Delft porcelain manufacture.
Student city atmosphere.
lots of big museums, pretty inner town