Top deals to amazing Netherlands cities
Holiday In NetherlandsVan harte welkom om de Nederland ! We’re going to guess you know what that means, but if you don’t, look it up because you’ll hear it a bunch on Netherlands holidays. It’s not all Heineken and funny cigarettes from Amsterdam in this nation—you’re going to visit some of the world’s most famous cafes, and stroll through the city’s famous canal district. Go now to find out what else hides within its borders. Things to Do in the Netherlands
Come on, we know you why you booked a holiday in the Netherlands—to see Amsterdam. And you know what you need to do the second you get to Amsterdam? Head straight to the Heineken Experience and take a tour of the brewery. You’ll learn the history of this refreshing pilsner while enjoying free bottles of it. Even out all the beer by stopping in one of Amsterdam’s famous coffee shops for a tasty brownie and a cup of delicious coffee. Don’t Amsterdam holidays sound chill?
Get yourself something from lastminute.com.au’s swanky Netherlands car hire options and make your way to the port city of Rotterdam for a great day trip. Check out the weirdly innovative Cube Houses. Why someone would live in one of these? That’s a fantastic question, but you can try to figure it out by taking a walk through the show house. It’s a little discombobulating when your walls are at a 45-degree angle, but relax, the hotels you get with your Netherlands packages aren’t tilted cubes. Shopping, Dining & Nightlife
When you’re in Amsterdam, go to De Negen Straatjes (The Nine Streets) in the city’s canal district for all sorts of shopping. There’s department stores, art galleries, luxury jewellers and pretty much any other store you’d find in a mall back home. If you have fancier tastes, make your way to the Beethovenstraat in the upscale Zuid District, where luxury items are sold—because who wants knock-off stuff?
Holidays to the Netherlands have to include scarfing down the delicious local food. In any major city in the country you’ll find unbelievable dishes. Start the morning off with bread, an extensive array of cold cuts, cheeses and sweet toppings like chocolate spread. Breakfast and lunch usually slide into each other, so the dishes are very similar. For dinner, get a bowl of Dutch pea soup (called snert) as an appetiser. Your main dish should be something along the lines of boerenkoolstamppot with rookworst. If you can pronounce the first part, your dinner is free. (Well, it should be free.)
Have you ever met a Dutch person? If you have, you know they like to have a good time. Amsterdam has no shortage of places to party in when the sun goes to sleep. The city’s nightclubs are more than well-known, but if your game doesn’t work in the club, take a walk down De Wallen and you’re sure to find a friend. What’s Next
Whether you’re headed for the coffee shops of Amsterdam, the weird houses of Rotterdam or any other locale in this charming country, take advantage of these great Netherlands holiday packages. Book now—a.k.a. at the last minute—and leave as soon as possible. Vaarwel!
Top hotels for your Netherlands holiday
nhow Rotterdam Hotel
Inntel Hotels Utrecht Centre
^Savings based on all package bookings made with Flight + Hotel on lastminute.com.au from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.