Netherlands Holiday Packages

Netherlands Holiday Packages

It may not be underwater, but some parts of the Netherlands are actually below sea level. Nope. It’s not a case of Atlantis, but the reality of its topography. Wouldn’t you just love to step into a place that is below sea level without the need for scuba gear? But there is more to this country than a unique landscape. Home to the cities of Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht, and Leiden, it boasts of impressive architecture, colorful tulips and flowers, vibrant art scene, rich history and culture, and the largest port of Europe. With the right holiday packages and tours, you will see the best of the Netherlands.


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The Netherlands - Holiday packages and tours

Talk about going on vacation in the Netherlands and images of windmills, canal towns and tulips immediately spring to mind. While those have truly transformed into icons so closely tied to the Netherlands, there is so much more the country can offer.

While Amsterdam might be the favorite destination of many, other cities like The Hague offer their own charm. Even smaller cities such as Delft and Haarlem each have their own unique character. And you'll find that for such a small area a remarkable amount of sightseeing and activities to do. 

Places to visit in the Netherlands

The Netherlands may be small but almost every inch of its surface is packed with such interesting sights to see and things to do. Traveling through the country also introduces you to just how distinct each place is for such a small area – each place you go to seems to have a different accent and dialect.

  • Amsterdam – one of the most obvious choice destinations when planning a trip to the Netherlands. It's a city driven by art and design. Equal parts quirky and innovative but with strong links to its past, Amsterdam is truly charming with its canals, concerts, museums, summertime festivals and intense party scene. 
  • The Hague – laid-back and relaxing, this city is the home of the Dutch government, as well as some of the finest museums in the country.
  • Rotterdam – a gritty port city blessed with such wondrous modern architecture. 
  • Delft – filled with attractive medieval buildings.
  • Haarlem – the very first center of Dutch art, it truly feels like you've traveled back to the Golden Age of Netherlands in the 17th century when you walk past its historic almhouse courtyards and the redbrick gabled facades of its historic streets.

Things to do in the Netherlands

There are lots of things to look forward to when you travel in the Netherlands. From world-famous Amsterdam down to the simple yet charming smaller cities, you surely won't run out of options in the Netherlands.

  • Join in on the cycling fun - Cycling is one of the most popular activities in the country. Plus with about 22,000 kilometers of dedicated bicycle paths that’s stretching the country, who would not want to see the country on a bike, right? You can pass through scenic areas such as the Green Heart, South Limburg, and Hoge Veluwe National Park.
  • Head to the beach - There are about 1,245 kilometers of coastline in the Netherlands, and hitting the beach is one of the popular activities during the summer. Beach options include Scheveningen, Zandvoort, and Bergen.
  • Engage in water sports - With lakes found in every region, water-based activities are popular in the Netherlands. The Frisian Lakes are the most popular, but there are other lake-rich areas such as Wijdemeren and Aalsmeer. 
  • See Dutch icons - When you want windmills, head over to Kinderdijk, Zaanse Schans or Schiedam. Tulip fields are seasonal and are specific to the Bulb Region and some areas in North Holland. Although only opening from March to May, the Keukenhof is also a great place to see a variety of flowers.
  • Savor the history and culture - Walk among the medieval structures of Utrecht, marvel at the ancient monuments of Maastricht and appreciate the beauty of Leiden. Visit the Museum Quarter in Amsterdam which has the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk right next to each other. 

Top attractions in the Netherlands

  • Rijksmuseum – features Dutch art from the Middle Ages to the present day.
  • Anne Frank House – historic house and biographical museum dedicated to Anne Frank.
  • Van Gogh Museum – dedicated to the works of Vincent van Gogh, as well as his contemporaries.
  • Stedelijk – displays modern and contemporary art and design. 
  • Keukenhof – a world-class flower garden.
  • Escher Museum – a former queen's palace in The Hague now devoted to the works of Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher. 

Netherlands holiday packages and tours

Even such a small nation like the Netherlands can prove daunting for any holidaymaker what with the number of attractions and activities to do. To help you out, we have Netherlands holiday packages that you might want to look into. We are happy to be of any assistance to make your trip a memorable one.

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