If you'd love to spend your holidays in one of the Benelux states, because your last vacation in a Luxemburg apartment was unforgettable, then next time you should travel to the Netherlands, which holds a unique location in northern Europe. Its ragged coastline has made it a major shipping centre with berthing ships from all corners of the world. A week spent in one of the great holiday homes in Holland here will bring you into contact with one of Europe’s most progressive societies. This nation is widely known for its 'live and let live' approach; come and experience it in your private holiday apartment amidst the streets of Amsterdam. Downtown in the bustling city, roads run along mesmerising canals that expand as they move further away from the centre. Tourists find they need to quickly step aside as trams ferry passengers to their destinations and fleets of bicycles whoosh by. Be sure not to miss the excellent Rijksmuseum in the area, which houses impressive works of art from all periods of history, old and new.
Book a Netherlands rental property in Amsterdam and get a truly authentic feel for the way of life in this beautiful unique city, or see the port of Rotterdam for a different experience of Holland. The Hague is also a lovely city to see. Holiday homes in the Netherlands are the perfect properties to rent if you're looking for cosy comfort from the winter cold. Enjoy the view from your holiday home of colourful Netherlands apartments and storefronts lining snowy streets. If you'd like to experience some other places where it's possible to enjoy the quietness but also visit interesting cities, try out La Massana in Andorra, or a Holiday Home in East Jutland, in nearby Denmark.
Downtown areas in many of Holland’s cities are broken up by colourful public parks and gardens and there are plenty of holiday rentals Netherlands around. Tulips are rightly associated with the Netherlands, as they can be found in almost any garden, and also in the popular flower markets. Tulip motifs are found adorning doorframes, menus and signs throughout the country, with the flower having become an ad hoc national emblem. Also be sure to purchase a pair of the famous traditional wooden clogs to wear around your holiday home Netherlands. Holland's windy plains and green hills further influence national character where you can find confortable cottages Netherlands. In another adaptation to regional conditions, wind power is harnessed for agricultural purposes. Windmills, something closely associated with Holland, are still widely in use, and long distance bicycle tours offer a view of the structures more in-keeping with the moderate pace of local life. Relax your muscles after a long day of cycling with some fine Dutch cheese in your self catering holiday apartment in the Netherlands.
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