Situated just north of Amsterdam, this village with its traditional green wooden houses and windmills dates back to the 18th century. Watch traditional craftsmen at work making clogs and cheese or visit the Bakery Museum from 1658.
Edam, commonly referred to as the ‘pearl of the
Zuiderzee’, is a picturesque medieval town. Stroll along the
beautiful canals and visit its historical buildings, such as the
leaning Carillon tower and the Great Church. You’ll also have
the opportunity to taste the city’s world famous cheese at the
This fishing village with its bustling harbour has been a tourist
attraction since 1875. Take in the 17th-century buildings and see the
locals in their traditional Dutch clothing.