The Netherlands

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A romantic destination where you can soak up history, art, music, tulip fields, and exhilarating nightlife, the Netherlands is waiting for you to explore. For a cosmopolitan adventure, The Hague, Rotterdam, and Amsterdam are all bursting with culture and activities. You can easily navigate them by foot, bike, or tram. Venture into the Dutch countryside for picturesque villages and towns like Giethoorn, known as the Venice of the Netherlands. It has no roads in its oldest quarter — only calm canal waters that drift past thatched cottages and lush greenery like a scene from a fairy tale.

Discover the many fascinating museums of Amsterdam, including the Rembrandt and Anne Frank Houses. See traditional cobbled streets and famous canals and stop for a picture — or 10 — of the bridges crossing each waterway. Wander through different neighborhoods, each with its own character and charm. The Netherlands also lies by the North Sea, known for its endless sandy beaches, protective dykes, and dunes, as well as marvelous watersports facilities. Discover fantastic beaches and seaside resorts that combine a beach holiday with trips into the hinterland.

The Hague is home to the Nederlands Dans Theater and the world-renowned Mauritshuis museum, featuring Dutch and Flemish art. Grote Markt is where you can enjoy live music and restaurants that serve both traditional and contemporary dishes. For a unique experience, don’t miss Panorama Mesdag, a 360-degree panoramic Impressionist painting.

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How can I get around the Netherlands?

The Dutch are known for their love of traveling by bicycle. The larger cities have fantastic public transport, including boats, ferries, bikes, and trams. You can also reach many of the larger attractions by foot.

When is the best time to visit the Anne Frank House?

Because the Anne Frank House draws more than one million visitors a year, it is compulsory to choose a time slot and pre-purchase tickets online. However, this means you can choose a time that suits your day. You can see Anne's diary and the Secret Annex, a dark and airless space where the Franks hid from the Nazis.