A village arranged like a picture is Giethoorn. This village located in geithoorn, Netherland. This village has no roads. The loudest words you can hear in this village are the call of the duck and the call of the other birds. No more words. Light foggy winters, millions of stars in the sky, green mountains, lush fruits in the garden, birds without a name, are all there. Everyone in this village uses waterways. By boat all the passengers.
This village in the Netherlands is also Included Its fairytale story from child to adult. Many people call Giethoorn the Venice of the Netherlands. Wherever you go, just dream. In the words of tourists – that is a heavenly feeling that cannot be explained. This small village in the Netherlands is one of the tourist attractions. The population of the village is 2 thousand 6 hundred. The funny thing is – there is no way to visit this village without a boat. In fact, the whole village surrounded by water. Road means canal. There are various colored boats on the float. Get on one of the boats. Then wander the whole village.No one will bother. Small cottages along the side of the canal. The whole village is covered with trees. Lots of the birds sound.The soft, pure air. Take oxygen lively. Interestingly, The postmaster of Geithoorn delivers the letters by boat.
The main attraction of this village is that this boat can visit the whole village. You can travel from 11 am to 4 pm. If you want to rent a boat for one hour, adults will need to pay 6.5 euros and for children, 4.5 euros and they will guide you. There are some free boats, but luck is available.
Also, if you want to use the road, you can rent a bike or bike.
Visit The “Histomobil”, A large collection of cars, motorbikes and train rooms. If you are a car lover then this would be the perfect place for you.
and visit “Museum de Oude Aarde”, This museum is actually a large collection of gems and minerals. If you want to get in here, an adult will need to pay 3.5 euros and for children, 2.5 euros. It is open from 10 am to 6 pm, from March to October, and from November to February from 10 am to 5 pm.
When you visit “Het Olde Maat Uus” Museum you will see what Geithoorn was really like 100 years ago. It is open daily from 11 am to 5 pm and is open from 12 am on Sunday. If you want to get in here, an adult will have to pay 4 euros and for children 1 euro.