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Experience the contrasting mix of medieval and modern architecture, traditional and liberal culture, dunes and meadows in the Netherlands. The country still offers familiar images of tulips, coffee shops, windmills, clogs and cheeses, but there are also many other charms to discover in the country’s 12 different provinces.
Despite its small size, 17 million people call the Netherlands home. To see the sights, catch public transport or do as the Dutch do and cycle everywhere. Make the most of the tens of thousands of kilometers of designated cycling paths to explore pastoral areas, pockets of forest, historic river cities and tiny North Sea islands.
Start with the marvels of the multicultural capital Amsterdam, where central Dam Square, the anything-goes red light district of De Wallen, and the Anne Frank House are just some of the highlights. Take a cruise of the picturesque canal district with cobblestone streets and leaning gabled houses. Visit Museumplein to see works by Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh and other masters at the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum.
Take the train north to Zaanse Schans, a conserved historic town, to see windmills, a cheese and klompen (clogs) factory and wooden houses with thatched roofs. Some northern Dutch farmers here still live in a traditional way.
Don’t miss the seat of government, The Hague, a stylish city with royal palaces, an impressive parliament square and fun seaside boulevard. Taste typical Dutch cheeses in Gouda or Edam, two fine historic cities. After a cruise through the massive port of Rotterdam, see its modern art museums and eclectic contemporary architecture or visit a trendy nightclub. End your tour in the south, in the medieval city of Maastricht, and explore the Saint Pietersberg Caves.
From anywhere in the Netherlands, it’s only a short trip to Belgium and Germany. With Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam being the gateway to the rest of Europe, you can fly to any other European country in just a few hours.
A: If you'd love to explore the beautiful landscapes of the region of North Holland, renting a car is a brilliant idea. You'll have the freedom and flexibility to go wherever you want at your own pace. With our useful guide to Cheap Car Hire in Netherlands, you'll be tearing down the highway in a flash. If your holiday's all about soaking up the well-known cities of Amsterdam or Rotterdam, public transportation (or ride-share services) is the way to go.
A: When planning your trip to Netherlands, start your travel itinerary from one of these leading international airports:
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A: There's absolutely no chance of becoming bored in Amsterdam. Head to Concertgebouw, Stopera and Anne Frank House to visit three of the best local attractions.
The dynamic city of Rotterdam also abounds in attractions and experiences. Arboretum Trompenburg, Blijdorp Zoo and De Koopgoot are high up on the must-see list of many jetsetters.
The sky's the limit on the opportunities you have in The Hague. Oude Kerk, Peace Palace and Nieuwe Kerk are a few of the unforgettable sights in the area.
This hotel doesn’t have telephones in the room, mini fridge or coffee makers, there are no conventional dressers to put your clothes in BUT, we made due and we loved the staff and the property. Everyone was wonderful to us, especially Jan, who makes the BEST latte Machiatto that we have ever had. ...
Very central and ideal for a group of friends who are looking for budget, hostel-type accomodation. Room was basic but spotless. Staff were lovely. Would definately stay again.
the hotel is perfect in every other way; close to town, near to station, friendly and helpful staff, big room, new hotel
Good prices when out of season and location is perfect next to tramline and right on the beach.
I stayed at Steigenberger Airport Hotel at the start of the corona virus outbreak so the restrictions in place limited the capacity to deliver excellent service.
Great hotel to spend a night during a long layover, or just to have a meal between flights.
Very nice hotel. Easy access to the airport and a very friendly staff.