South Holland is a province in the Netherlands, or Holland; the capital of this province is The Hague, which is the location of the country’s government and the location of the International Court of Justice. As with North Holland, South Holland tourism is booming thanks to the popular city of The Hague, as well as cities such as Rotterdam. If you’re looking for South Holland attractions involving the outdoors, you won’t be disappointed; for example, there is Tiengemeten island, a natural reserve that has walking routes and which hosts a number of different bird species. When visiting South Holland, though, you can’t help but take in all the South Holland culture and historical South Holland sights. This is, after all, the home of The Hague. If you feel like dedicating a weekend in South Holland to the exploration of museums in The Hague, check out places like the Escher Museum and the Mauritshuis, an art gallery that displays work by Dutch painters. One of the most impressive sites in The Hague is the medieval Knight’s Hall, which now contains government offices. You can get your South Holland shopping done in the “Passage”, the first covered shopping mall in Holland.