You love to spend your holidays in one of the Benelux states, because your last vacations in a Luxemburg apartment and in a holiday flat Brabant have been unforgettable? Next time you should travel to the Netherlands... The Netherlands hold a unique position 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 holiday homes Holland here will bring you into contact with one of Europe’s most progressive societies. The country’s inhospitable lands have forged strong bonds within Netherlands society, which is widely known for its 'live and let live' approach. Apartments Netherlands along the city streets in Amsterdam are as crowded as anywhere else, with one important difference. In the city’s downtown, roads run along mesmerising canals that expand as they move away from the city centre. Tourists find they need to step lively as trams swiftly ferry passengers to their destinations and fleets of bicycles whoosh by. Don't miss the Rijksmuseum, home to impressive works of art from all periods in history.
Book a holiday home Netherlands in Amsterdam and get a truly authentic feel for the way of life in this unique city, or visit the port of Rotterdam for a diverse experience of Holland. The Hague is also a wonderful city to visit and is located in the province of South Holland. Holiday homes in the Netherlands and cities are built to fight the forces of floods and the winter cold. You'll develop a keen understanding for its cosy comfort after a week in holiday cottages Holland! Colourful Apartments Netherlands and storefronts line snowy streets.
You like to visit some other places, where it's possible to enjoy the quietness, but also you're able to visit interesting cities? Find some ideas below:
Downtown areas in many of Holland’s cities are broken up by colourful public parks and gardens and holiday rentals Netherlands. Tulips are rightly associated with the Netherlands, as they are well represented in almost any garden, and 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. The Netherlands’s windy plains and green hills further influence local character where you can find cosy cottages Netherlands. In another adaptation to regional conditions, wind power is harnessed for agricultural purposes. The windmill, closely associated with the country, is widely employed to this day. 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 home Netherlands.