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The Netherlands

The Netherlands, its name literally meaning “Lower Countries”, is aptly named due to its flat landscape. Its canals, tulip fields and windmills are the dominant features of the countryside and cycling is hugely popular with numerous routes to be found in such ideal surroundings.

Amsterdam, the capital, is home to many museums and also the house where Jewish diarist Anne Frank hid during WWII. The city also has a wealth of mansions nestling alongside the canals, best seen when taking a cruise. Visitors will find a unique atmosphere in the city due to the intimacy of the buildings, streets and an abundance of small squares which bisect the city in a way that is quite distinctive. A famous sight and well worth a visit is the flower market which is unique with all the produce being displayed on floating barges, a remnant from the days when the flowers and plants arrived on the canal.

Whether you are planning to explore The Netherlands, one of the cities or to enjoy a beach holiday this country has all you could wish for and Holiday Hamster will help create for you the perfect get away, ensuring you find your holiday memorable. The Dutch coastline offers limitless opportunities for water sport enthusiasts, lovers of nature and those seeking the ideal beach vacation with The Hague and Rotterdam also well worth visiting. The Hague is the historic seat of government of The Netherlands and has many monuments, celebrated districts and is internationally famous for its art and culture as well as having an abundance of speciality shops, restaurants and a nightlife to suit the visitor. Rotterdam, with its riverside setting, has a vast maritime legacy and an architectural backdrop which is the envy of many much larger cities. The Netherlands is close by and the perfect place for your perfect get away and at Holiday Hamster ‘wheel run around for you’.

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