59km located in the south of Holland situated on Dommel Stream, home of Philips Electricals, a modern city with skyscraper architecture like the Evoluon Conference Centre. It still has a small amount of history within the town market area and the boarding canals, mainly museums, a special being the Philips and Daf truck, plus Dutch historic buildings.
66km southeast and close to the boarder of Germany, the oldest city in Holland, located on the river Maas. The river and the Mass Waal Canal is a busy freight transport route having several bridges striding them. The city is steeped in history from the Roman and Batavian era remains of the Roman city wall can be viewed. Explore the numerous museums and points of interest, St Stephens Church, Benedstad Houses and the Burchtstraat area.
19km west situated in the eastern part of Holland on the banks of the rivers Nederrijn and Sint Jansbeek with beautiful views across the river Arnhem. The city is a mix of skyscrapers and old dwellings. The home of the Battle of Arnhem Museum, vew the John Frost Bridge seen from the Memorial. Points of interest, Gelre Dome and the former 1859 Bronbeek Royal Palace now museum.
66km west this ancient city on the banks of the river Rhine, features many buildings and structures from the early Middle Ages. View the narrow streets, market place and the banks of the canals with many bars and restaurants, just a pleasant stopping point to take in the magnificent scenery and relax. Utrecht has been the religious centre of the Netherlands since the 8th century with the old Gothic Cathedral ruins and Dom church and tower still very impressive. Other points of interest Railway Museum, Inktpot Building and the canal walks allowing you to view the so many historic Dutch houses and canal swing bridges.
Continue journey 40km northwest to the capital city of Holland with the river Amstel flowing straight through the centre. Amsterdam city has 9 notable canals in the canal belt, covering over 100km with 90 islands and 1500 bridges. The best way to view the old cities houses and architecture is by boat around the canal belt. Discover the Golden Bend set in fine architecture and scenic splendour, some lined with boat houses and small cruise boats..Visit the oldest part of the town called the Quays containing the famous Red Light District. Stroll around the city area and find a hotel stay the night.