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Rijksmuseum is the most popular place of interest in Netherlands. Many travellers make it a point to stop there while travelling to Netherlands. Other popular landmarks and places of interest in Netherlands would be Amsterdam RAI, De Dam, or Ahoy Rotterdam.
Flying into Amsterdam Airport is typically the best way to visit Rijksmuseum, since it is the closest airport to the area.
According to our data, 78% of momondo users who travelled to Netherlands in the last year flew into Amsterdam Schiphol (located in Amsterdam), making it the most popular airport to fly to. There may be other airports in Netherlands, but the majority of our users take flights to Amsterdam Schiphol in order to visit Amsterdam and it’s surrounding areas.
You can expect to spend an average of £742 for a flight to Netherlands. However, our users found flights to Netherlands for £16, which is the cheapest price we’ve seen in the past week. £2,464 per ticket tends to be the most expensive a flight to Netherlands will get, whereas anything for £579 or less is considered a good deal.
Amsterdam Schiphol airport in Amsterdam has the cheapest flights when visiting Netherlands, with an average airfare of £16. Eindhoven airport in Eindhoven is the second cheapest destination in Netherlands, with an average airfare of £18.
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There are 59 operators available for flights to Netherlands as of December 2023.
The minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service may have their own age limitations. Flight duration, scheduling, and layovers are among the considerations that may influence age limits. We recommend that you double-check with the airline you are booking with for travel to Netherlands.
The required travel and health documents for your Netherlands trip may vary depending on your itinerary and personal circumstances. As a general rule, you should carry multiple documents, including a national ID card or driver's license and a passport valid for six months after your intended arrival at Netherlands. We recommend that you seek guidance from your airline or a reliable third party such as IATA.
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With Netherlands flight deals, you will find yourself in one of the most exciting countries in Europe. Famous for festivals and parties, the annual events around the Netherlands are joyful, fun, and well attended by tourists. King Day on 27 April is a huge celebration of King Willem-Alexander, and people from across the country descend on Amsterdam dressed in orange to partake in the festivities. Floats, street food and dance parties bring the city to life, including the famous Loveland dance party, which draws close to 25,000 electronic dance music fans. The annual Flower Parade is a spectacular festival celebrating the countries’ flowers over four days in April, with floats that travel from Noordwijk to Haarlem. For two days in July, you can enjoy the Summer Carnival in Rotterdam, one of the larger Latin-American carnivals involving over 2000 Latin dancers, bands and colourful floats, outdoor stages, and great Latino acts. Classical music lovers can enjoy the Amsterdam Canal Festival over ten days in August with 150 classical music concerts to celebrate the UNESCO-listed canals. Additionally, as the quintessential country that loves orange, the Netherlands celebrate their red-headed citizens with Roodharigendag on the first weekend in September in Breda, attracting redheads from all over the world.
The Netherlands is one of the most modern countries in the world, providing just about any food type you like. But visiting Holland without trying some traditional foods would be a pity, as the Dutch have some great, hearty dishes. Not to everyone’s taste, yet highly popular with locals is maatjes, a pickled herring dish. The Dutch are also very fond of pancakes in all sizes and thicknesses, with sweet or savoury fillings. Stamppot is a traditional dish known for being fab comfort food. It’s a dumpling created with several root vegetables as the base of a warm and hearty meal. Stroopwafels are deliciously sweet wafer-thin waffles that are eaten everywhere, and of course, excellent cheeses such as Edam and Gouda are a huge favourite among locals. Beer is loved by all, and if you visit the Netherlands, consider sampling their national drink Genever, a kind of gin that is strong and highly popular with the Dutch.
When visiting the Netherlands, you will find traditional heritage, arts, culture and contemporary modernism at every turn, offering you one of the most diverse European holidays available. Museums boasting some of the most impressive collections of art, such as the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum, and the Anne Frank House, which is historically hugely important and fascinating, are definitely worth a visit in the city of Amsterdam. Explore the traditional Dutch village of Zaanse Schans, still housing all the original windmills, shops, and houses from yesteryear. Flowers are a significant attraction of the Netherlands, in particular tulips. Visit the Keukenhof, commonly referred to as the Garden of Europe in the Loisse area, and see some of the most spectacular horticultural art. Take a day trip into nature and visit the Hoge Veluwe National Park between Apeldoorn and Arnhem. Enjoy the massive light GLOW display illuminating three miles across the Eindhoven area. Take the kids to the Efteling amusement park in Kaatsheuvel, with its various areas dedicated to different legends and myths. Take a drive to Edam to sample the region’s famous cheeses, or visit the Hague and its vast number of art galleries. Alternatively, you can enjoy the fantastic nightlife in all the main metropolitan cities, with Amsterdam being particularly progressive in terms of clubs, coffee houses, live venues and alternative nightclubs.
Luckily, British citizens do not need a visa when booking cheap flight deals to the Netherlands and can visit the country for up to 90-days visa-free. Make sure your passport is valid and up to date, though.
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