Play: Day trip to Giethoorn, a scenic village outside Amsterdam with gingerbread houses, tree-lined waterways, and quirky methods for getting around. Take a whipster boat tour, as individual islands are linked by wooden bridges and dotted with farmhouses
Giethoorn is a village in the Netherlands, dubbed the Dreamhouse "Venice of the North". The village has no motor-able roads, and all transport is done by water over one of the many intersecting canals.
culturenlifestyle: “ This Village Without Roads Is Straight Out Of A Fairytale Book The village Giethoorn known as the “Venice of the Netherlands” was founded in 1230 and resembles some of the most beautiful fairytale passages.
This is a little dutch villiage called Giethoorn and it's one of those rare birds that doesn't come around too often. The whole village is connected by a water canal system instead of actual roads so the locals commute daily by boats, kayaks or canoes.