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Tulip fields, cheese, canals and clogs… and that’s just scratching the surface of what makes the Netherlands so loveable. All your Netherlands holiday essentials will be taken care of by us, giving you the freedom to tailor your trip your way. Create the Netherlands trip of your dreams as you choose from our optional experiences or create your own adventure, because that’s how we do it. Whether you want to see the windmills and wooden houses of the countryside or indulge in all the edam at a real cheese farm, you’ll discover the Netherlands, but always your way.
No trip to Amsterdam is complete without learning about the Dutch masters of art and you'll have the chance to discover the tales of some of the world's best artists. With the likes of Vermeer, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Bosch and Hals all hailing from Holland, you're sure to be in good company as you explore the country's art history.
Dutch food is a dream and we’re here to guide you through all the seafood, pancakes and deep-fried delights you can get your hands on.
What better way to start your day than with a full English breakfast? It’s hard to beat this classic British dish, piled high with buttered toast, fried bacon, grilled tomatoes, mushrooms, beans, eggs and black pudding. Finish off a full English and you’ll have the energy to go all day.
France is famed for its fine food and Coq au Vin is one of the country’s greatest creations. The dish features chicken braised with wine and served with mushrooms, bacon and garlic. It’s cooked stew-style and is one of the most comforting dishes you’ll find in France.
Wondering what to eat in Europe? You can’t miss out on an authentic carbonara in Italy. This beloved pasta dish originated as a coal-miner’s meal in Rome and today is made with egg, black pepper and lashings of Pecorino Romana or Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
The Netherlands is a dream all year round. From the colourful tulip fields of spring to the cities in a summer glow, the Netherlands is the place to be 365 days a year.
With an average of 133 rainy days a year in the Netherlands, you’ll need to come prepared for anything with a reliable raincoat.
The Netherlands is a cycling paradise with more bicycles than people. If you want to take a bike tour in Amsterdam, pack some comfortable shoes and get going like a local.
Camera and extra SD card
The Netherlands is one picture perfect moment after another. Bring a quality camera with extra SD cards to capture all of the country’s best angles.
Overtourism is a big problem in Amsterdam and you can help by exploring the lesser-visited countryside rather than just the popular Museum Quarter and Red Light District.
Dutch food is best enjoyed the local way, and you’ll get to learn the real stories behind all the cheese, pancakes and beer when you eat local in the Netherlands.