Where is Leeuwarden Located?
Leeuwarden is located in the Netherlands (Holland) (Gemeente Leeuwarden, Friesland) in the Europe/Amsterdam time zone. Places of interest near Huizum, Bilgaard and Camminghaburen. The capital of the province of Friesland is a cozy small, but has a lot to offer: Shopping in the historic streets, boat trips on the canals, impressive museums, a medieval city with Museum harbour and about 600 monuments!
What Country is Leeuwarden in?
Leeuwarden is the capital of the province of Friesland. And because there is with Frisian, a language of its own, so the capital of the province bears many different names – depending on which dialect of the town name is pronounced: Leeuwarden, Leewadden, Ljouwert, Luwt, Lintwarde, Liwwadden and many more! Not less diverse is the offer, which is offered to you during a visit to the city.
You Can Visit Leeuwarden
In the traditional town of Leeuwarden you will find everything-from cultural attractions to Frisian specialties to good Shopping opportunities. If you want, you can take part in a free city tour, which starts every Saturday at 12 o’clock and starts next to the Leaning Tower called De Oldehove. If you are interested enough, the Tour is also offered in English. In addition, Leeuwarden is also worth a visit in Winter. And with a bit of luck you will be eye witness to the world-renowned eleven-city Tour, the world’s largest ice-skating tour that starts and ends in Leeuwarden.
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