South Holland GuideSouth Holland is a province in the Netherlands. South Holland consists of the southern half of the historic county of Holland. It can roughly be divided into six regions: BollenstreekThis area's landscape is renowned for its enormous flower fields, considered typical for the country. HotelsFind hotels in Rotterdam, The Hague, Delft, Leiden, Lisse and more.
Popular in South HollandRotterdamRotterdam is a city in the province of South Holland in the west of the Netherlands. The HagueThe Hague is a city in the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. It is the seat of the Dutch parliament and government, and the residence of Queen Beatrix, but it is not the capital city, which is Amsterdam. DelftDelft is a mid-sized city in the west of the Netherlands. It's a beautiful, unspoiled town with traditional architecture, canals and bikes.
In South HollandHaaglandenHaaglanden is the urban area of The Hague in South Holland, Netherlands. It consists of The Hague and surrounding municipalities, such as traveller-favorite Delft. RijnmondRijnmond is the metropolitan area of Rotterdam, the second largest the Netherlands after Amsterdam. BollenstreekThe Bollenstreek is a region in South Holland, the Netherlands. It is famous for its large flower fields and is often visited for the Keukenhof flower garden in Lisse. Alblasserwaard-DrechtstedenAlblasserwaard-Drechtsteden is a water-rich polder area in South Holland, Netherlands. Zuid-Hollandse EilandenThe Zuid-Hollandse Eilanden are the islands at the south of South Holland. These islands are not a part of Zeeland, but they do have a lot in common with the islands of that province.