9 December 2019 0 By beheerder

Welcome to Mysouvenirshop

Although the name may suggest that we sell souvenirs, that is only partly true. Souvenirs are usually linked to an environment or a cultural event or place. However, you must first find that place. We try to show you these most beautiful places in the Netherlands in our blog and we also try to offer regional souvenirs through our webshop. That is why our website has a blog appearance with a webshop in the background.

In addition, we also want to promote vacation tips through advertisements, such as holiday homes and cycling holidays.

12 January 2020 0 By beheerder

Utrecht, city of the forgotten treasures

Utrecht is not immediately the first province that you think of when you go on a city trip or just go on vacation or a day out. Yet that is not justified. Utrecht has a rich history and throughout the city you will also find the most beautiful parts of the old city, beautiful museums and beautiful nature reserves. Utrecht is the book as the 4th province of the Netherlands. The municipality of Utrecht is surrounded by municipalities such as De Bilt, Stichtse Vecht, Woerden IJsselstein, Nieuwegein, Houten, Zeist, and Bunnik.

10 January 2020 0 By beheerder

The Hague, royal city and government city

The Hague is the capital of the province of South Holland. It is also the city where the Dutch government is housed and where over the years also quite a few members of the Court of Orange were housed. It is the third largest municipality in the Netherlands after Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Hague is the largest city on the North Sea and has a total of just under 11 kilometers of coastline.

3 January 2020 0 By beheerder

Utrecht, the central heart of the Netherlands

Utrecht is the smallest province in the Netherlands and is also the historical and cultural heart of the Netherlands. Due to its central location, the province has always been an important province over the years. Utrecht is a very old province where people have settled for thousands of years. What is now called the Utrecht hillridge (Utrechtse heuvelrug) was one of the first areas where people settled.