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The Netherlands is home to so many fascinating museums, bustling cities, well-known landmarks, canal cruises, intact Renaissance and Medieval buildings, whitewashed brick buildings, classic, modern, and contemporary art, tulips, and world-famous cheese- that visitors hardly ever get to experience the country's full charms. It may be difficult for an outsider to determine which locations are worthwhile investments of your time and money while Read More

The Netherlands is home to so many fascinating museums, bustling cities, well-known landmarks, canal cruises, intact Renaissance and Medieval buildings, whitewashed brick buildings, classic, modern, and contemporary art, tulips, and world-famous cheese- that visitors hardly ever get to experience the country's full charms. It may be difficult for an outsider to determine which locations are worthwhile investments of your time and money while still giving you the full European experience. The Netherlands, however, is not short on things to do and places to visit.

The ideal months to travel to the Netherlands with our Netherlands tour packages are June to August when the leaves change colour and the foods and beverages of the holiday season start to appear. These are the times when you can find the ideal balance of value, peace, and activities. The temperatures are very comfortable, ranging from 48 to 66°F. With pleasant temperatures for most of the year and a number of winter attractions in the colder months, the Netherlands is a genuine year-round vacation destination. The tulip festivals and flower gardens draw thousands of couples in love throughout the peak month of April. You can also experience it all with our Netherlands Honeymoon packages! Even if the weather is starting to warm up after the winter, this is a pleasant and exciting time, but it's also quite busy and costs will be higher. But don't worry, we will help you choose the perfect Netherlands package from India to make the most of your trip!
 

Choose from our Netherlands tour packages that we at Akbar Travels recommend:

Packages  Nights/Days  Price
Glimpses of Central Europe  8N/9D  ₹ 2,24,999
European Marvels 12N/13D ₹ 2,79,999
Amsterdam and Berlin 4N/5D ₹ 53,656
Beloved Europe 5N/6D ₹ 67,395
Amsterdam Berlin and Prague 6N/7D ₹ 74,595
Prague and Germany 7N/8D ₹ 91,605
From Prague to Paris 7N/8D ₹ 1,00,380
Highlights of Paris Brussels And Amsterdam 7N/8D ₹ 1,04,650
La Dolce Adventure 13N/14D ₹ 1,66,570

 

The Netherlands is a popular travel destination for tourists from all over the world since it offers some of the nicest weather in all of Europe. In this country, there is no such thing as the "best season to visit" because each season is equally magnificent and we strive to plan the best trip for you with the best Netherlands trip cost from India!

The best cities in the Netherlands to visit are Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Lisse, and The Hague These towns have it all, from fantastic shopping to breathtaking architecture to world-renowned museums that will entice you to return, time and time again with our Netherlands Holiday packages! Tourists will also find the country's lively towns, like Amsterdam, full of museums showing a rich tradition of artists (think Rembrandt and Van Gogh) in addition to the numerous stunning gardens and charming villages. Several medieval cities and castles, a 13,800-acre national park, and a tide control system that has been labeled one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World are among the additional tourist attractions that you will enjoy with our Netherlands packages!

 

It's really simple to at least part of your sightseeing the Dutch method, which is by bicycle. The Netherlands' biggest tourist spots and cities actively promote pedal power and offer free bikes for sightseeing. You're sure to have a fantastic time with our Netherlands tour package in one of Europe's friendliest and most open cultures if you choose to decide to book your Netherlands tour package from India with us!

We at Akbar Travels have created a list of our favourite destinations in the Netherlands through our Netherlands tour packages that will not only enhance your trip but also help you save money for your Netherlands trip cost and make it easier for you to plan your dream vacation! If you want to learn more about our Netherlands tour packages, please contact us or visit our official website!

 

Places to visit in the Netherlands with our Netherlands tour package:

1. Amsterdam:

The Netherlands' capital is Amsterdam, widely known as the "Venice of the North."

It is teeming with interesting views, noteworthy structures, and historic sites. It is a really cosmopolitan metropolis that welcomes you regardless of your place of origin. Visitors will find it to be a culinary heaven, and its unparalleled infrastructure makes it a travel destination unlike any other. The city is surrounded by numerous canals, which add to its illustrious reputation worldwide. Enjoy the city's vibrant nightlife with our Netherlands tour package while taking in the city's glittering skyline and the cityscape perforated by towering buildings twinkling in the night sky. It provides experiences at every turn, making it a location that appeals to everyone who visits here with deals on the all-inclusive holidays Netherlands.

Rock climbing, biking, zip lining, and other exhilarating activities are all included in our Netherlands holiday packages and are very popular in Amsterdam. You can take a bicycle tour of this city if you're looking for an unusual activity. You can also go to renowned museums, which will take you back in time and introduce you to a rich heritage. But the best way to see this city is by finding the less well-known crannies and corners where your feet can wander on cobbled

streets and your heart can feel free if you choose the perfect Netherlands tour package for yourself!

 

Jordaan and Amsterdam's Canals

Like Venice, Amsterdam's cityscape is heavily reliant on canals, and visiting the city's beautiful waterways is one of the most memorable experiences for every traveller who travels with our India to the Netherlands tour packages. The Jordaan, a district constructed in the early 1600s to house labourers and immigrants drawn to the city because of its religious tolerance, is particularly attractive. Look for the neighborhood's numerous "hofjes," the charming inner courtyards hidden behind the buildings, in addition to its little canal-side cottages.

The Grachtengordel, with its numerous tiny bridges and charming 17th-century houses, is another neighbourhood that makes for a good photo. As you stroll through these

400-year-old streets, you'll be rewarded with stunning instances of boutique shops, cafés, and gardens as well as lovely specimens of architecture. Many houseboats are moored along the canals, so keep an eye out for them.

The must-see attraction in Amsterdam, Dam Square included in our Netherland tour packages, is only a 10-minute stroll away from here! This enormous public area has some of the most popular tourist attractions in the city along with its many eateries, cafés, and boutiques. They include the magnificent Royal Castle (Koninklijk Palace), the lovely New Church (Nieuwe Kerk), and the National Memorial Statue, the most significant military memorial in the nation.

 

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Since 1809, the magnificent Rijksmuseum, also known as the National Museum, has been amassing priceless works of art and artifacts in Amsterdam's Museumplein (Museum Square). This magnificent museum presents a thorough overview of the development of art and culture in The Netherlands in addition to its one-of-a-kind collection of old master paintings. It is particularly rich in traditional Dutch crafts, ancient sculpture, and contemporary art. Be prepared to explore this museum's innumerable riches for the better part of a day, if not longer.

 

The Rembrandt House Museum

The Rembrandt House Museum is situated in the old Jewish Quarter of the city. The famous artist spent 20 years painting here, capturing some still recognisable landscapes from the area in many of his best-known pieces. The residence is largely still as it would have been during Rembrandt's lifetime!

 

Anne Frank House:

When visiting Amsterdam, you must visit the Anne Frank Home with our Netherlands tour package. This amazing teenager kept her renowned diary in the house on Prinsengracht where her family had fled to as Jews from Frankfurt during World War II. Even though she passed away just

two months before the war was over, her words, which have been translated into 51 different languages, continue to inspire people.

The back of the completely restored home, where the Frank family had their hiding place, has been preserved as closely as possible from its original state and serves as a somber memorial to a tragic period of world history and a courageous young woman who continues to serve as an inspiration to people all over the world.

 

Van Gogh Museum:

The magnificent Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which draws almost 1.5 million visitors annually, is placed an astonishing #2 on a top ranking of the world's best art museums, as befits one of the greatest artists of all time. This stunning gallery and museum, which is home to the biggest collection of Van Gogh artwork in the world- many of which were donated by the artist's family was created especially to display the more than 200 paintings, 500 drawings, and 700 letters that make up its enormous collection.

If visiting the city's top-notch museums with our Netherlands travel package is your first goal, you might want to think about going off-season during the calmer, cooler seasons. It is simple to stay warm because both of these well-liked sites are indoors and accessible via the city's first-rate public transportation system, and the climate is often mild, even in the winter.

 

2. Keukenhof

Tulips, the Netherlands' most well-known flower, come to mind when you think of that nation. These and other spring bulbs are on display in magnificent abundance in one of the Netherlands' most picturesque locations. It is a convenient 45-minute drive or just under an hour on public transportation from Amsterdam, making it an enjoyable and simple day excursion from the nation's largest metropolis.

In what is commonly referred to as the "bulb belt" of the Netherlands, Keukenhof, also known as the "Garden of Europe," is situated on the outskirts of the town of Lisse. More than 700 different species of tulips are on show, with their peak blooms occurring in April and May which is the best time to visit with our Netherlands vacation packages.

 

3. Historic Binnenhof, The Hague

The Hague (Den Haag), well-known around the globe as the home of the International Court of Justice, also serves as the Dutch capital. This is where the nation's government operates, and Noordeinde Palace is where the Dutch Royal Family resides.

Visitors who want to experience the depth of the nation's history should consider travelling to The Hague with our Netherlands tour package! Start your journey in the historic Binnenhof neighbourhood of the city, regardless of whether you're staying here for a few days with our Netherlands travel packages.

 

4. Oude Haven, Rotterdam

The port city of Rotterdam, which can be reached from Amsterdam by train in only one hour, is well worth visiting for its beautifully preserved Old Harbour, or Oude Haven. Due in great part to its location on the Nieuwe Maas, a branch of the Rhine river, and its closeness to the English Channel, the city has a lengthy and rich nautical history.

Oude Haven, which is a part of Rotterdam's fantastic Maritime District, is perfect for those who like to explore new places and we at Akbar Travels strive to plan the perfect trip for you with the best Netherlands trip cost from India.

5. De Hoge Veluwe National Park

You might be shocked to learn that despite being a relatively small nation, the Netherlands has one of the most varied national park regimes. Between Arnhem and Apeldoorn, the largest is De Hoge Veluwe National Park (Nationaal Park De Hoge Veluwe), which is rightfully regarded as one of the top destinations on our Netherlands package from India for outdoor enthusiasts.

For many, this lovely park's exceptional Kröller-Müller Museum (Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller), which houses the second-largest collection of Van Gogh artwork in the world, is the park's high point and the reason tourists come here with our India to Netherlands tour package. Moreover, the collections contain works by Cézanne, Manet, Monet, and Renoir that are Impressionist and Expressionist.

 

6. Cathedral Square, Utrecht

The Dutch city of Utrecht, a well-liked tourist attraction for its many beautiful ancient structures, is surely included on the Netherlands packages. In Cathedral Square, you can begin your exploration with our Netherlands holiday packages of this city's pedestrian-friendly areas.

St. Martin's Cathedral, also known as Dom Church, is located at the Domplein, as it is referred to locally (Domkerk). The Domtoren is also an important location on our Netherlands tour package from India, a 14th-century standalone church tower that towers above the nearby structures. Make the ascent to the viewing platforms to take in the breathtaking views of Utrecht. Despite the climb's 465 steps, the accompanying guided tour offers a fascinating overview of the city's strong history.

7. The Ijsselmeer (Zuiderzee)

The little hamlets along the Ijsselmeer (Lake Ijssel), the freshwater lake created when the Zuider Zee's sea entrance was closed, are some of the most picturesque communities in the Netherlands. As these cities had access to the Atlantic and were trading and fishing hubs, they thrived during Amsterdam's Golden Period. However, as the ports grew siltier, their prominence declined. They now rank among the most popular tourist destinations on our Netherlands packages for photos. For the fishing community of Marken and the seaports of Volendam and Enkhuizen, where many of the vibrant homes have been converted into museums and stores, time appears to have stopped.

In the open-air Zuiderzee Museum, which preserves the cultural heritage and maritime history of the former Zuiderzee region, Enkhuizen has conserved many of its buildings and marine industry. Here, you can observe artisans practising antiquated maritime trades. A variety of vibrant antique wooden boats may be seen at the harbour in Volendam.

8. Delta Works: Zeeland's Spectacular Dikes

Zeeland encompasses the numerous islands and peninsulas of the southwest of the Netherlands, including the deltas of the Rhine, Maas, and Schelde Rivers. Since a large portion of this newly developed territory is below sea level, it depends on formidable dikes as well as cutting-edge flood prevention methods.

You'll come across remnants of the massive engineering undertaking known as the Delta Works as you travel around this location with our Netherlands packages. These enormous structures, which are essentially modern dams, may regulate how much water reaches the region's important estuaries from the North Sea.

 

9.Historic Valkenburg

The Netherlands has its own historic attractions for people interested in some ancient history. Romantic little Valkenburg, in the picturesque Geul Valley, boasts the country's only hilltop castle. Thermae 2000, one of the largest spa facilities in the Netherlands, and the town's many caves, which have long been famous tourist destinations, are the town's other main draws and you can experience this with our Netherlands honeymoon packages from india.

On Dwingelrots (Castle Rock), in addition to the remains of the castle from the 12th century, is the intriguing St. Nicolaaskerk Basilica. The town's well-known Christmas Market, which takes place from mid-November to December 23rd in the Velvet Caves, the labyrinth of ancient corridors that link to and from the castle, is another highlight on our Netherlands tour packages.

 

10. Royal Delft, Delft

Delft is well-known around the world for its renowned blue and white porcelain wares and is situated between the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam. Since the 1600s, Delftware, as it is commonly called, has graced dining rooms and shelves all over the world. It is still widely used today.

You may take educational factory tours, see skilled craftspeople hand-paint pottery, browse the factory's enormous collection of Delftware, and even end the journey with a classy afternoon tea in the on-site tea room with our Netherlands trip package!

 

11. De Haar Castle

The biggest fortification in the Netherlands is De Haar Castle (Kasteel De Haar), which is close to the charming old city of Utrecht, the fourth-largest city in the Netherlands. The entire village of Haarzuilens had to be moved in order to make room for this magnificent castle, which was designed by renowned Dutch architect PJH Cuypers and rests on a stunning 250-acre park. The castle's original location was erected in the fourteenth century, but its more recent building, which dates from 1892, is nevertheless well worth visiting.

Although you'll find great collections of paintings, tapestries, antiques, and furniture inside, it's the gardens, combined with the castle's fantastical appearance, that draws the most visitors with our Netherlands travel packages.

 

12. Alkmaar

Although Alkmaar has a wealth of fascinating museums and beautiful old buildings, most visitors with our Netherlands packages come for the cheese. The town is well-known for its weekly Friday morning cheese market, which runs from early April until early September.

 

13. Eindhoven

Eindhoven is a stunning city full of museums and significant cultural diversity, serving as a wonderful emblem of the Netherlands' prosperity and modernity.

There is a lot more to Eindhoven than merely being the city of electrical juggernaut Philips and football juggernaut PSV Eindhoven. The city, like many Dutch cities, is a magnificent fusion of several cultures, and it is also packed with activities that will keep you incredibly busy. When you look at De Blob and the Van Abbemuseum, in particular, you'll note the emphasis on a range of buildings to symbolise the pace at which the city and the nation have advanced.

 

14. Maastricht: With A Medieval-Era Architecture

A trip to the medieval city of Maastricht is the one thing you absolutely must do while travelling in the Netherlands with our Netherlands tour package. Everyone must experience the breathtaking combination of medieval architecture and the modern ambiance that the town offers because it is regarded as one of the top places to visit in the Netherlands.

Places To Visit In Maastricht: Bonnefanten Museum, Mount Saint Peter and the St. Pietersberg Caves, The Old Town Walls, Hell Gate, Natural History Museum.

 

15.Giethoorn: For scenic waterways

Giethoorn is a fascinating place. In any case, you will definitely adore the location. You can spend your vacation surrounded by the incredibly beautiful rivers and canals on the village side. A boat or an off-road bicycle ride are the two finest ways to get to Giethoorn.

It is also called the ‘Village With No Roads’. Set amidst the absolute tranquility of nature, Giethoorn is among the best places to see in the Netherlands via our India to the Netherlands tour package!

16.Groesbeek

Groesbeek should surely be added to your list of the top things to do in the Netherlands on our Netherlands tour package from India if you have an interest in World War II history.

The Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery, which has the greatest number of Canadian military graves in the Netherlands, is located in this charming tiny village. Wandering among the dead and reading the names, ages, and quotes that families have left behind is a profoundly poignant experience.

The Freedom Museum, or Vrijheidsmuseum, is also located in Groesbeek. Visitors can discover what freedom and war mean to the Dutch, the Germans, and other nationalities by visiting this location with the best deals on Netherlands trip cost from India!

17. Overloon

If you're interested in World War II military history, Overloon is another great town to explore. The Overloon War Museum, which has an amazing array of military vehicles like tanks, cars, and planes, was notably freed by the Americans. Being able to examine this enormous equipment up close is simply amazing. The museum also has narratives and engaging exhibits that describe the local war.

Also, visitors can stroll through the town with the Netherlands packages offered by our company, browse the boutique shops, and stop for a meal at one of the local eateries. After that, you can travel to the ZooParc Overloon to walk around among the kangaroos, giraffes, and lions!

18. Efteling

One of the top family-friendly tourist destinations in the Netherlands is Efteling. The biggest amusement park in the nation with a fantasy theme has 36 rides, including four water rides and six roller coasters. Bring the kids with our all-inclusive holidays Netherlands for a trip through the Fairytale Forest, where you will pass Little Red Riding Hood, encounter trolls and giants, and arrive at Hansel and Gretel's home. There are many attractions to explore here, making a full day of travel on our Netherlands package from India worthwhile.

19. Zandvoort

This seaside town is ideal for people wishing to spend some time at the beach or outside and is only a short train ride from Amsterdam. The Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen usually referred to as the Dunes, is a sizable nature reserve in the town that is home to several deer and rolling sand dunes as well as walking routes and old homes to explore. The Netherlands' best natural scenery can be seen while hiking across the hills in the morning.

Spend the day at Zandvoort Beach if you're fortunate enough to come here when it's warm outside with the best-suited Netherlands holiday packages for you! The beach has amazing sand, and you can get lunch or a drink at any of the many nearby cafés and restaurants.

20. Zaanse Schans

This neighbourhood, just outside of Amsterdam near Zaandam, is home to old industrial windmills that are encircled by green wooden homes and rivers, giving the area a feeling of the 18th century. Along with giving off the impression that you've travelled back in time, the town still maintains a number of artisan practices that visitors can partake in. Visit the Wooden Shoe Factory of Zaanse Schans to see how traditional clogs are created and take a museum tour, or go to the Cheese Farm Catharina Hoeve, a 17th-century enterprise that offers demonstrations on traditional cheese-making techniques and tastings, of course.

 

Dutch food may not be as well-known as other European cuisines because it is straightforward and basic. We can vouch for the fact that there are delectable Dutch dishes. Moreover, you must taste a lot of the regional specialties while you're there with our Netherlands tour package from India! From sweet to savoury, let's explore the greatest of them!

 

1. Stroopwafels

There isn't much need to introduce stroopwafels. Stroopwafels were created for the first time in Gouda in the 18th century when bakers repurposed leftover cookies by dipping them in a delicious caramel sauce. The method for making these waffles quickly gained popularity and required putting the batter in a hot iron, removing the sides so that it could divide into two discs, and then filling them with a cinnamon-caramel syrup, or "Stroop."

Although stroopwafels are available in practically every market, the tastiest ones in Holland are produced fresh at street booths and should be eaten while still warm.

2. Oliebollen

Paintings from as early as 1652 show the customary olieballen, also known as oliekoek. These can be described as "oil balls" if translated literally. They are consumed during funfairs or the Christmas season. In the Netherlands, they are also known as smoutballen.

Instead of scooping the dough balls into heated lard as they were once produced, they are now deep-fried in oil. Similar to doughnuts, the fried dough balls are frequently served dusted with powdered sugar. In some variations, you can also find raisins, currants, candied fruit, orange zest, and apple chunks.

3. Pepernoten

These hot little biscuits, whose name literally translates as "pepper nuts," date back to the 16th century, when commerce with the Far East made spices more widely available in Europe.
Traditional pepernoten had no particular shape, but current ones are spherical and sometimes mistaken for Kruidnoten, which are also baked for Sinterklass day. These half-sphere-shaped cookies are hard, crunchy, and flavorful like traditional "speculoos."

4. Stampot

Stampot, which translates to "mash pot," is a combination of mashed potatoes with additional vegetables such sauerkraut, turnip greens, kale, onion, cabbage, and lettuce. Hutspot is the name for the kind of stampot that includes mashed potatoes, carrots, and onions.
The jus gravy, also known as a kuiltje jus in Dutch, must be given with it. You are required to cut a small hole in the mashed potatoes and fill it with the sauce.

5. Joppiesaus/Joppiesauce

Fries require a sauce since the Dutch love them so much. Here comes Joppiesaus to help. It consists of mayo mixed with onions and a slight curry powder. Like other Dutch delicacies, it's incredibly unhealthy, but it tastes excellent.


6. Frikandel

These long, deep-fried, skinless sausages, which are shaped like hot dogs, are a popular snack in the Netherlands. The sausages, formerly known as frikadel, were made with ground chicken, beef, or pork meat combined with nutmeg, mace, pepper, or mace. Long buns called broodje are frequently used to serve the sausage, along with fries, raw onions, lettuce, mayo, and currywurst ketchup. A frikandel speciaal is what is served with mayo, curry ketchup, and sliced onions.

7. Lekkerbekje and Kibbeling

The most popular market food in the Netherlands is kibbeling. The Dutch equivalent of fish and chips is fried battered fish served with tartar sauce. The 19th-century Dutch diet included a lot of cod cheeks, which were commonly referred to as "kibbeling." Kibbeling that has yet to be sliced into pieces is known as lekkerbekje. It is typically served with patatje oorlog, which are mayonnaise-topped thick-fried fries

 

Hello, fellow explorers! We'll discuss common blunders tourists make when in Amsterdam. We at Akbar Travels want to make sure you are aware of the things you SHOULD NOT do when visiting Amsterdam, despite the fact that many travel blogs would recommend the best things to do in the Netherlands.

  • Touring the Red Light District Exclusively

For years, Amsterdam has been referred to as an "Adult Disneyland" featuring prostitution and legal narcotics. But that primarily applies to Amsterdam's Red Light District. It's unfortunate that many visitors

to Amsterdam never venture outside the Red Light District because there are so many other fantastic things to see. Markets, canals, a Museum District, and stunning architecture are all present. There are several excellent museums in Amsterdam, ranging from large art museums to small specialised museums. We will make sure you don’t pass them up with our Netherlands tour package.

  • Missing Other Parts of the Netherlands

There are fantastic day trips from Amsterdam that enable you to see Dutch culture outside of the major metropolis in addition to losing out on beautiful Amsterdam neighbourhoods.

As both Utrecht and Haarlem are only a short rail ride from Amsterdam, getting there is simple. Not only will you spend much less on lodging with our best deals on netherlands trip cost from india, but you'll also get to explore a less commercialised aspect of the Netherlands. The Netherlands is a very small country, making travel within it swift and easy.

  • Not Visiting the Anne Frank Home

If you wish to visit the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam, you MUST reserve tickets in advance. You might stand in line for hours without receiving a ticket that has been reserved in advance. Get your ticket in advance if you don't want to miss this significant moment in Amsterdam's history.

  • Avoiding Public Transportation

Although you might be tempted to take an Uber or a taxi because Amsterdam is so small and the traffic is so heavy, we recommend taking public transportation with our Netherlands trip packages so that it will get you where you're going considerably faster. Indeed, you can get to the majority of the places you'll see in Amsterdam on foot or by bicycle.

There are trams everywhere, and they make getting around simple. There is, however, certain "tram etiquette" you should be aware of. Not every door can be used for entrance or exit. The entrances are the front doors, while the exits are through the back doors. This reduces the amount of traffic at the tram stations.

In conclusion, try taking a tour of the cities we've mentioned with various options for the Netherlands tour package deals; it will give you an idea of the variety of Dutch culture. Take a few train rides to see the variety of Dutch landscapes. There are also some lovely hilly landscapes in the south and in the centre (the Veluwe), so it's not only plains and cows. A really rural area, much like how most of the former Netherlands used to be, may be found in the East, close to Winterswijk.

Avoid the official tourist attractions since they will portray The Netherlands in the manner that the Tourism Office would have you believe which typically includes tulips, cheese, and clogs. You will be astounded by the variety of people and cultures if you travel "off-road."

 

 

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