Emergent from the European mainland, etched into the great North Sea is the beautiful Kingdom of the Netherlands. This densely populated country is one of the most visited places in Northern Europe, thanks to its iconic flat landscapes, wonderful cities and intriguing, contemporary culture. Visit the famous canals and museums of Amsterdam, discover the contemporary architecture of Rotterdam or stroll through the beautiful red, pink and yellow tulip fields of Holland’s countryside.


Much of the Netherlands’ appeal can be summed up in the offerings of its most iconic city – Amsterdam. The countries’ capital is one of the most toured places in all of Europe, welcoming travellers from all over the world. Visitors to the city can expect an escape from convention, as they immerse themselves in a city of utter liberality. Amsterdam is a place of cultural, artistic and historic significance. It is home to the world-renowned Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum. It is also home to the famous dwelling of the infamous Jewish diarist, Anne Frank, whose remarkable story of life in the second Great War has inspired pilgrims from every corner of the Earth.


Tulip Fields

The extraordinary tulip fields of the Netherlands. If they were permanent, they’d be considered a natural wonder. From early March to mid May, part of the country is transformed as acres of flowers of every shade, of every colour, burst from the flat landscape of the country. It starts with crocus season in March, which is followed by daffodils and hyacinths until, finally, the infamous tulips emerge in April and stick around until mid May. Most tulip farms in the Netherlands can be found in Noordoostpolder, Flevoland. The Keukenhof, referred to as the biggest flower show in the world, is famous for its stunning display of tulips and is just a 30 minutes from Amsterdam.

Tulip Field

Rotterdam - the Netherlands’ second city

A city of pioneering architecture, vibrant nightlife, excellent shopping and great art, Rotterdam is an exciting alternative to the Dutch capital. It is home to the largest and busiest port in Europe (4th biggest in the world), which has had visible influence on the development of the city over last century. The city lies on the banks of the Nieuwe Maas, the tidal southern arm of the Rhine, where it's joined by the little River Rotte.


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