Those arriving by train can't help but notice the Groninger Museum. Occupying three islands in the ring canal in front of the station,...
Groningen's synagogue is one of the few working synagogues left in the country. Sporting Moorish adornments, the century-old structure...
Located in the old harbour area, Aa-kerk was once a seaman's church; it partially dates back to the 15th century.
De Oosterpoort is the place to catch big-name musical acts passing through town. Jazz and classical concerts are the mainstay of its...
An unpretentious purveyor of classic Dutch comfort food, this fluorescent-lit diner has just three formica tables and counter seating....
Canal Tours information
Tours of the city's largest canals take approximately one hour and leave from out front of the train station anywhere between one and six times daily, depending on the season.