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Every week of the year, there are different events, games, sights, activities, acts, offerings, competitions, displays, concerts, films, and specials. To view a selection of these events, visit the Here & Now website.
Each province has its own identity and its own signature cities. Groningen, the largest city in the north, is a lively student city with a well-known museum and much historic heritage. Friesland has Leeuwarden, which was the European Capital of Culture in 2018. Drenthe has Assen, home to the famous Dutch TT Circuit.
There are also the five West Frisian Islands. Each island has something unique to offer. It is relatively easy to get there.
Outside the larger cities, the provinces of Friesland and Groningen mostly consist of meadows and arable land with a few lakes that are ideal for water-based activities such as sailing or fishing. Drenthe is a little different in that it has large forests and more hilly terrain. Life is generally lived at a somewhat slower pace than in the west.
Nothing Tops Groningen, Friesland.nl and Visit Drenthe are also excellent sites to explore.