Groningen accommodation is in the Netherlands and well-preserved inside the old city, that even cars aren’t allowed into, is a magical, fairytale medieval city that hearkens to the opulence of the era. The city is a university town that fills up with tens of thousands of students throughout the year, and stays lively during the summer. The Dutch students know how to party, and Groningen’s night life is a solid testament to that fact. Before diving into the bars, clubs and discos for outrageous, all-night fun, drop off your luggage at Groningen holiday apartments and then spend a day ambling about the breathtaking old city. Here, colourfully painted houses blend in serenely with waterways and canals resembling Amsterdam or even Venice.
While on your holiday in Groningen accommodation, visit the Martini Tower and climb to the top. From here you will capture a stunning panorama of the rest of the town, plus a lot of the outlying countryside that is green and pastoral. The ornately sculpted exterior and interior to this impressive structure is a testament to its incredible age – the Martinitoren was constructed in the 13th century. Another impressive historical attraction is the Fraeylemaborg, a superb exhibition of the Dutch wealth ranging from the 1500’s to the 1800’s. Alongside a series of well-kept gardens, the ornamented inside of this building, which preserves the historical trappings several epochs in distinct room, is a masterful salute to the grandeur of European aristocracy: A destination that nobody could find dull.
If all this walking is making your feet hurt, however, there are a number of beautiful parks with ample green space and hedge work hearkening back to the middle ages that are close to Groningen accommodation. Also, don’t miss other historical attractions such as the University of Groningen, the Aa Church, and the Herestraat mall. If you prefer a more rustic experience, rent Groningen holiday apartments just outside the city. Here you can find cosy self catering holiday homes to fit the whole family and get a real taste of Dutch life. Why not delve deeper into Dutch culture and visit the nearby island of Schiermonnikoog, it's sure to be a great family day out.