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15 Photos That Prove The Netherlands is Stunning During Autumn

Picture of Tom Coggins
Updated: 4 October 2017
Even though autumns sometimes get quite chilly in the Netherlands, the season’s weather also makes many parts of the county look absolutely stunning. In fact, several picturesque spots in the Netherlands become even more photogenic over autumn, including Amsterdam’s canals, the country’s northern coastline and cities like Groningen or Utrecht.

The mist over Rotterdam is incredible

Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam
Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam | © pixabay

And the city’s parks are draped in deep Autumnal colors

The view from the Euromast in Rotterdam
The view from the Euromast in Rotterdam | © Guilhem Vellut / Flickr

The windmill network at Kinderdijk basically turns into a living postcard

Kinderdijk is an UNESCO World Heritage Site
Kinderdijk is an UNESCO World Heritage Site | © pixabay

So does Begijnhof in Amsterdam

And Amsterdamse Bos somehow becomes even more beautiful…

…Much like Vondelpark

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Or Amsterdam’s iconic 17th Century Canal Belt

Which is also protected by UNESCO

Utrecht’s canals are amazing too

Especially near Oudegracht, Maliesingel or Catharijnesingel

The Hoge Veluwe National Park looks like something from a 19th-century romantic novel

The Terletse Heide is just plain stunning

There are some amazingly photogenic spots along Texel’s rugged coastline

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And many more on Terschelling

And then there’s Groningen, Beautiful Groningen