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The Netherlands. Holland. Koninkrijk der Nederlanden. Kingdom of Low Countries. Let Voyagu take you to this country of many names. Rich in a culture that is a seamless amalgamation of diverse European philosophies, The Netherlands is a must-not-miss.
Most shops in The Netherlands open around 10 am. However, some close at dinnertime while others stay open until 10 pm. If you’re shopping for something in particular, be sure to plan your trip to the store in advance to ensure you don’t waste your precious time.
If you ask for water at a typical Holland restaurant, the waiter will likely bring you one of two things: either a very small glass of warm tap water or a cold, regular sized bottle of water. An alternative to both of these is to request a pitcher of tap water. If you’re particular about the type of water you ingest, remember to be specific when ordering water in The Netherlands, even at fancy restaurants.
Public restrooms are free for men only in The Netherlands. Women are frequently allowed to use restaurants and cafes free of charge, but most local females carry change with them just in case.
Holland is a country with great respect for art. Do yourself a favor and purchase a Museum Card for a mere 60 euros. This card grants you entry to 32 museums in Amsterdam and more than 400 in all of the Netherlands.
Netherlands is famous for its soggy streets. Unless being damp is something you take joy in, try to keep a raincoat, rainboots, and/or umbrella on you during day trips.
Not only the largest city in The Netherlands, but also the most-visited and highest-ranked, Amsterdam is the city most people enter the country to visit. Stroll the cobbled streets, relax in the coffee shops, marvel over the early 17th century architecture. Amsterdam is world-famous for a reason.
Most travelers visit Amsterdam first and follow it with a 40-minute train ride to Rotterdam. Located on the North Sea end of the Rhine, Rotterdam is both the busiest and largest port on the whole planet. Much of the city was destroyed in the devastation of the war, so most of Rotterdam’s architecture is modern. This city is ideal for tourists who don’t enjoy the party-focused lifestyle of Amsterdam’s nightlife.
Quaint and wholesome, Utrecht is optimal for older travelers who enjoy calm mornings and leisurely strolls. With pristinely preserved streets that are often devoid of traffic, Utrecht has become a walking city. DOMUnder has capitalized on this and now offers a self-guided tour throughout the city center, under Cathedral Square, and over to the remains of an old Roman fortress.
The most popular beach in The Hague, Scheveningen is a peaceful place to rest one’s head. Bask in the sunlight, critique the sand sculptures, or retire to one of the beach’s many premium hotels or resorts. Scheveningen has everything a traveler could dream of.
A brief 10 minutes away from Scheveningen, Madurodam is an Instagram-worthy tourist attraction. Experience a day in the life of a giant as you walk around a miniature model of Holland’s streets. 45 minutes from Amsterdam and 25 from Rotterdam, Madurodam is a perfect evening event for the whole family.
Den Haag is the city’s Binnenhof, or Inner Court. The aristocratic buildings in this court date back to mid-13th century. Make sure your list includes: Ridderzaal, The Knight’s Hall, a medieval hall that’s been preserved specifically to impress visiting tourists.
The city of Delft is famous for its immaculate pottery. It has been globally famous for 400 years for exquisite art such as dining tableware and mantlepieces. De Porceleyne Fles is arguably Delft’s biggest tourist attraction. A guided tour saunters tourists around the factory where they see painters adorn pottery pieces with the distinctive blue and white coloring. Of course, guests will have the opportunity to purchase a souvenir after the tour.
Known as the Garden of Europe, Keukenhof is what appears to be an endless garden of vibrantly colored tulips. Located in Lisse, a 40-minute drive from Amsterdam, Keukenhof is the perfect destination for Instagram selfies or Facebook profile pictures.
Below are lists of Holland’s busiest international airports. All offer business class travel.
It is widely agreed that the best times to visit The Netherlands are between the months of June and November. This transition from summer to fall to winter is optimal for enjoying The Netherlands’ seasonal offerings. Firstly, it is a country with much flora and it becomes much prettier as the millions of leaves change color.
Secondly, this is the time of year vendors transition their products from summer goods to winter goods. This alters the selection of foods, beers, and festive activities. A delicacy unique to The Netherlands is raw herring, often sold in stalls on the streets. The prime season for this dish begins at the beginning of summer, usually in June. It has been argued that the temperatures in Holland are best during these months, ranging from 48 to 66 degrees Fahrenheit.
However, one might prefer to visit The Netherlands earlier than summertime so they can see Keukenhof, the everlasting tulip fields. These vibrant beauties begin to blossom in March and stand tall until mid-May. Travelers have said the rainbow garden can be seen from plane windows on descent into Holland.
A flight from Los Angeles to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is 10 hours nonstop, 13 hours with one layover. The cheapest business class tickets to Holland will get you there from the US in 16 hours with two layovers.
While Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, we do provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to The Netherlands. Keep in mind some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:
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