Dordrecht has almost 900 listed buildings, 700 municipal monuments and a large number of striking buildings.
Things not to miss: Highlights
What shouldn't you miss when visiting Dordrecht? First visit the places that determine the character and skyline of the city.
Early and contemporary artwork is housed in a historic building with a modern wing on the Museumstraat.
The much-praised view of the three-river point at the Groothoofd is at your feet
The Great Church is the most well-known monument of Dordrecht and a landmark in the city.
In the Middle Ages, Het Hof was the most important Augustinian monastery in the Northern Netherlands.
Dordrecht has havens [harbours], but no canals. The Voorstraatshaven forms the backbone of the old city.
Everyone can roam through the former residence of Simon van Gijn, because it is now a museum.
An extensive freswater tidal area with osier, reed beds and meandering creeks.