【Amsterdam Day 2】Visit windmill village and eat Dutch waffles. sightseeing with City Card

This is a three-day travel itinerary using City Card.The day 2 is an itinerary where you can enjoy sightseeing at Windmill Village and eating Dutch specialties. There are no facilities that require reservations, so you can sightsee without worrying about time.

Things to do in Den Bosch, the best Bosche Bollen town

‘s-Hertogenbosch, commonly known as Den Bosch, has a rich history that dates back to the medieval era. Den Bosch is known for its picturesque medieval city center, charming canals, beautiful architecture and Bossche Bol.

【Netherlands】Eat cheese and stroopwafels in the 800-year-old cheese city of Gouda!

Gouda is renowned for its cheese, which shares the city's name. Gouda Cheese Market is one of the main attractions of the city. Its cheese heritage, historic architecture, and warm atmosphere make it a popular destination for both tourists and locals alike.

【Amsterdam】Eating Dutch local specialties at Albert Cuypmarkt

The Albert Cuypmarkt is one of the most popular street markets in Amsterdam. The market is famous for its street food and snacks. You can indulge in traditional Dutch treats such as Stroopwafels, Herring sandwiches, Poffertjes, and Freshly fried kibbeling.

Ice Cream Time! 7 ice cream store in Amsterdam

For a break, after work, or for dessert after dinner, it is an ice cream time! Ice cream taht you want to eat every day ...

What is the classic European Christmas cake?

There was a culture of baking large amounts of sweet bread before Christmas in Europe. Therefore it is still customary to eat bread and ginger cookies that can be stored for a long time at Christmas.

Waffle? Biscuits? Dutch caramel cookie, Stroopwafel

Stroopwafel is a sweet you must eat in the Netherlands. It is a type of waffle, but it looks like a flat biscuit. Between the biscuits is filled with plenty of caramel syrup called Stroop.

Dutch local cream puff pastry Bossche Bollen, is my favorite you should eat

It looks like a cream puff, but unlike choux pastry, the Bossche Bol features a moist pastry and chocolate on top. It looks like a big size eclair.

Dutch bread Gevulde Koek is a strange and delicious cookie

Gevulde Koeken, a traditional almond cookie in the Netherlands, which is not an almond production area. It's a mysterious and delicious cookie.

Dutch bread Koffiebroodje is a coffee bread without coffee

Koffiebroodje means Coffee bread, but coffee is not used as an ingredient. Koffiebroodje is a sweet bread with raisins and cream, and it is a classic Dutch breakfast or tea snack.