The Witte Dorp is a tiny neighborhood with about 550 inhabitants. In 1922 it was built as a temporary workers’ village. Architect Oud designed the world famous white houses with colored accents. The old houses are now gone, but the street plan remained. The new houses are white and live up to the original name. Life is urban, but pleasantly quiet. You can work out in the Vreelust complex or visit the children’s farm De Bokkesprong.