Reviewed on 18 Mar,2023
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Reviewed on 11 Mar,2023
Famous for its canals, cycling routes and flat landscape dotted with windmills and tulip fields, the Netherlands is a charming country in the northwest of Europe.
When it comes to finding a place to stay here, you have plenty of choices. There are 17,771 hotels on offer starting at S$175 a night. If you want to keep your expenses down and your wallet happy, why not think about bundling your hotel and flight bookings and creating your own fantastic Netherlands Holiday Package. You can even include extras like car rentals and experiences. Always dreamed about seeing the country’s iconic windmills? Just add a guided tour to your hotel and flight package.
Day 1-3: Start your holiday by flying into Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Once you’ve settled into your hotel, rent a bike. Cycling is an excellent way of getting around Amsterdam to see attractions like the Anne Frank House and the Van Gogh Museum.
Day 4: Dubbed the International City of Peace and Justice, The Hague is well worth a visit. Rent a car in Amsterdam and you can be there in around an hour. The Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery and Scheveningen Beach are a couple of must-sees in this beautiful coastal city.
Day 5-6: Hop back in the car and drive south for about 30 minutes to Rotterdam. This architecturally adventurous city is home to landmarks such as Erasmus Bridge, Euromast Tower and the Cube Houses, as well as one of the world’s largest ports.
There are festivals galore in the Netherlands. If you happen to be there April 27, dress in orange and join the locals as they celebrate King’s Day (Koningsdag).
Museums are a major attraction in the vibrant capital of the Netherlands. If you’re hoping to stay here for a while and visit some of them, be sure to browse through our Amsterdam Holiday Packages.
Want to treat yourself this holiday? Check out our Netherlands All Inclusive Resorts.
Reviewed on 17 Mar,2023
Reviewed on 23 Mar,2023
Reviewed on 23 Mar,2023
See where this courageous Jewish teenager and her family hid from the Nazis during World War II, and where she penned her famous diary.
Delve into the life of this legendary troubled artist with this unique collection of works and mementos.
Visit Amsterdam’s lively central square, a venue that’s seen both protests and celebrations.