Rotterdam is a city dealing with destruction, identity and balance. Europe’s biggest trading port has built a strong community through it all.
As Rotterdam faces the problem of what to do with old unused buildings, one group has come up with an innovative community idea.
Visitors can’t normally go here but let me take you behind the scenes of the enormous aquarium at Rotterdam’s famous zoo.
This museum in the heart of Rotterdam is more than just a gallery – it is an interactive experience where you have no choice but to think about the art.
The canal ring of Amsterdam was an engineering and cultural masterpiece when it was built. It’s fitting that it’s now included on The World Heritage List
To protect ourselves from attack, humans have shown an impressive level of inventiveness. But only the Dutch harnessed the movement of water.
The World Heritage Sites in the Netherlands are mainly based on water, particularly the control of it. But to appreciate them properly, you need to see them for yourself.
The Beemster Polder in the Netherlands is a feat of human engineering impressive enough – but especially when you find out when it was done!
in 1883, Vincent Van Gogh lived in this house in the north of the Netherlands. He used the time to evolve as a painter and capture the Dutch countryside.