Day 5: UtrechtVisit the ancient and historic city of Utrecht. You can take a train from Groningen to Utrecht and it will take merely two hours to reach there. The city is a vibrant mix of modern concepts and historical buildings. Many of the historic city castles have been repurposed, now housing hotels, restaurants and shops. The areas along the wharfs are now the home of numerous cafés. You can easily explore Utrecht by foot or by renting a bike. You can either explore on your own or take a guided bike tour. Some of the attractions you can visit are Dom Tower, the Canals area, Railway Museum and Sint Willibrordkerk.
Low clouds on the way to dream city
UTRECHTThis is a pretty city with tasty food options and good people. It takes just about 1 hour from Amsterdam by train (Again, a EURAIL BENELUX pass can be used for this travel.)We roamed around the city on foot alongside the canals and got the feel of it. I think this is the best way to understand the culture of a particular place you travel to.