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Cheese Market In The Netherlands

Whether you choose to visit the iconic Gouda Cheese Market in the western Netherlands (South Holland) or those located in the northern part of the country – including the traditional Edam Cheese Market, the famous Alkmaar, or the one held in the appealing city of Hoorn – you’ll certainly have an excellent experience, filled with plenty of culture, entertaining, and, of course, cheese.
The 400-year old Alkmaar Cheese Market held each year between April and September on the Waagplein square is an equally delightful affair. Here you can combine a visit to the market with a pleasant sightseeing tour and even a stopover at the Dutch Cheese Museum, in the heart of the city

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