The Netherlands Luxury Travel
A holiday in The Netherlands (Holland) means enjoying culture in cities like Amsterdam and Delft, the fishing village of Volendam, the cheese capital of Alkmaar, and vast fields of tulips. Ice skating in winter, tulips in spring, cycling in summer and soaking in culture in autumn. Did you know that Holland has the largest museum density in the world? Visit the Rijksmuseum, for instance, or the Van Gogh Museum or Mauritshuis in The Hague. Holland is also a great place for shopping or dining; it is home to more than 100 restaurants that have been awarded one or more Michelin stars.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Visit the world-famous 17th century capital of Holland. Enjoy the historic buildings, beautiful museums and pleasant ambiance. Go for a boat tour on the canals, stroll through Vondelpark, and go shopping in the inner city.
Amsterdam is a unique city!
This charming, liberal and easygoing city has a reputation as being a hedonistic destination, but Amsterdam deserves more credit than that. The compact city, easily explored by foot, is home to some of Europe’s finest museums and attractions and is also popular for its restaurants, flower markets, bookstores and cafes.
Rotterdam is a city of many faces: a tough port city, a trendy nightlife city, a sophisticated shopping city, and a hip artistic city. Above all, Rotterdam is the architecture city of Holland that stimulates innovation. Its skyline is always changing. There are many things to do amid Rotterdam’s skyscrapers. You can go on a shopping spree, enjoy some excellent food, and visit a range of museums and attractions in and around the city centre.
The Hague is the only big city with a beach directly on the North Sea coast. The city boasts many monuments, chic hotels, and a political heart. The government of Holland is run from the historic Binnenhof and the King’s office palace can be found on the Noordeinde. You can visit beautiful art museums and a day of high-end shopping. The tram will convey you from the city center to Scheveningen and Kijkduin in just twenty minutes, where you can enjoy the sun, beach and sea.
Utrecht is the lively, beating heart of Holland. It was built around the Dom tower, which you can see from any point in the city, so there is no way you can get lost in the attractive, car-free city centre. Utrecht boasts beautiful canals with extraordinary wharf cellars housing cafés and terraces by the water. As well as the Dom tower, Utrecht boasts hundreds of other monuments that each contribute to the special atmosphere in this centuries-old university town.
Maastricht is one of the oldest cities in Holland, as you will quickly discover when strolling through the historic inner city. Churches, city walls, monumental merchant houses and big squares merge seamlessly with a comprehensive and varied range of shops.
What is famous in Netherland?
Traditional Dutch icons. The Netherlands (or Holland) may be a small country, but it’s packed with world famous icons. Discover our bulb fields, windmills, cheese markets, wooden shoes, canals of Amsterdam, masterpieces of Old Masters, Delft Blue earthenware, innovative water-management and millions of bicycles.
What is the best month to go to Netherlands?
The best time weather wise is from mid April to mid October. July and August are the peak months for visitors. The weather overall is never severely cold or hot as the temperatures are influenced by the North Sea (the Netherlands has a maritime climate). Most rain falls in the winter and it can feel damp and chilly.
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