This adorable old township has a top-notch minster, a captivating museum, wonderful cafés and restaurants, and impressive streets that can string into the memories of your tour. The official name of the town is’s-Hertogenbosch, but locals term it Den Bosch. This is one of the oldest cities in Netherlands that still preserves a great part of its ancient architecture and legacy. The forts that cosseted the metropolis can still be seen and outline an important part of Den Bosch's history. The Gothic style SintJans church constructed in 1380 is an imperative here. Tourists should also stop over at the Town Hall that echoes Dutch classicism. The Moriaan, Netherlands' oldest brick building, is also a praiseworthy attraction.