Dutch village which will leave you utterly thrilled: So, is this a fairy tale or reality ?!

Githorn is a picturesque village in the land of the polders which many refer to as the “Venice of the North” or “Dutch Venice” because it is completely accessible only by boat. Before you take a series of photos that will definitely impress you!


Githorn is a village in the central-eastern Dutch province Overejsel, municipal Stenvijkerland. It was founded by refugees from the Mediterranean area, which in this region settled around 1230 years old. Amsterdam is 90 km away and Rotterdam and The Hague about 110 kilometers.

Beautiful scenery, old houses, riding in boats on numerous channels or walk along the numerous wooden bridges … Simply put, it is a place that will offer you only just relaxation, a place where you briefly forget the noisy cars, because they are here and not welcome.


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