Wow! These drone pictures of Leiden are drop dead gorgeous

You’ve seen a mind-blowing photo report of Leiden before, and drop-dead a drone compilation of the Netherlands. But we now have a darn good reason to combine the two and bring you this beautiful compilation of drone pictures of Leiden.

We’ve teamed up with the talented Vicent Mullenders to bring you, Leiden like you’ve never seen it before. So sit back and relax as you scroll through these dreamy drone pics of our hometown.

Vincent Mullenders’ awesome drone pictures of Leiden

If you’re a follower of our Facebook page or Instagram then there’s a good chance you’ve already seen some of Vincent’s amazing work. Vincent has been busy taking some jaw-dropping photos of the favourite student town in the Netherlands. But don’t take our word of it – check them out for yourselves!

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Now onto the good stuff! Enjoy these majestic drone pictures of Leiden and feel extremely welcome to share them with your friends.

Some fab drone pictures of Leiden’s grand churches

The Burcht on a snowy day. Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

And when it’s springtime. Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

drone pictures of Leiden
Café Barrera! You might recognize this little part from the renowned movie ‘Soldier of Orange’. Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

Stunning drone pictures of Leiden’s canals

The Grand Rapenburg. Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

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One of the many beautiful canals of Leiden, this one is next to the Law faculty. Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

Leiden at night is a real delight

…but the city is gorgeous any time of day

The lovely City hall. Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

Awesome clouds. Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

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A windmill wrapped in the national flag. Must be the most Dutch picture ever! Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

The ‘Zijlpoort’ – A review of the Brasserie there is coming up real soon btw! And also, is that UFO or just another drone? Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

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You’ve gotta love a drone picture of a sunset

That’s it, folks! Hope you enjoyed these awesome drone pictures of Leiden!

Did you enjoy these stunning pics of Leiden? Got any suggestions of where else in the Netherlands deserves a photo report? Let us know in the comments below!

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in June 2017, and was fully updated in April 2021 for your reading pleasure.
Feature Image: Vincent Mullenders/Supplied

Abuzer van Leeuwen 🇳🇱
Founded DutchReview. Rotterdammer living in Leiden. Politics, innovation and epic food-reviews are his thing. Interested in doing anything with DutchReview? Contact him at abuzer[at]

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  1. Leiden …. my favourite city and where I base myself each time I visit the Netherlands. The drone photos are extraordinarily beautiful and give an indication of just how special Leiden is.


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