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Luxury Netherlands Tours

Enjoy the best of the Netherlands with a private trip designed just for you

Luxury travel to the Netherlands

Sitting above Belgium, with Germany to the east and the North Sea to the west, the Netherlands is one of Europe’s powerhouses when it comes to art and culture.

Also known informally as Holland, the Netherlands – which translates as ‘lower lands’ – has a truly remarkable landscape. More than half the country is below sea level, and much of it has been recalimed from the sea. Drainage ditches and canals are a common sights in the Netherlands and as you might expect, it is incredible flat. The North Sea winds rush in from the west and churns the turbines of the windmills that are dotted across the landscape.

Such a landscape lends itself to agriculture and once you head out of the cities, the land gives way to farms and fields and fields of tulips, which burst into colour in the spring.

Amsterdam has long been a city break favourite, with its wealth of musumes, contemporary culture and pretty canals. Its museums and galleries are filled with the works of the Dutch Masters – Rembrandt, Vermeer and Frans Hals – as well one of the world’s most influencial artists, Van Gogh. The Netherlands definitely isn’t a place stuck in the past – there is much to be admired about modern day Dutch design and there are plenty of galleries, trendy coffee shops and boutiques to explore, both in Amsterdan and the Hague.

Outdoor lovers will love hopping on a bike to explore and heading out the coast where windswept sand dunes and beautiful islands await.

Whatever you want from your Europe tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

Inspiring Destinations in Netherlands

Need to Know

1:22 is the local time
Euro is the local currency
Amsterdam is the capital city
Stamppot is Netherlands's national dish

When to go

To enjoy the fields of bright tulips in full bloom, visit in April and May, but be prepared for crowds. The same goes for the warmest months from June to August. You'll still catch some lovely days in autumn, and chilly December brings with it Christmas celebrations.

 
 
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