Though Bronkhorst doesn’t really have only one street, but a few more, it is in fact considered as a city because Bronkhorst was granted city rights in 1482. It is commonly known as the smallest city of the Netherlands, which is not entirely true since there are even smaller cities! Maybe they remain unknown because they are not as beautiful or picturesque as Bronkhorst.
In Bronkhorst there was once a medieval castle, but as I understand not much remains of it. Currently you can find a lot of nice looking buildings, like houses and farms, a reformed church and a Dickens museum. Also, in december an annual Dickens festival takes place. It includes a Christmas market, people in costumes and various performances. So much to see and do!