Overflowing with vibrancy and colour, Amsterdam is a treasure trove of quirky museums, vibrant cafés, vintage boutiques and wonderful galleries. As a world-leader in arts and culture, the Dutch proudly lay claim to some of the most famous artists of all time, being the birthplace of Old Masters including Rembrandt and Van Gogh. Art isn’t just reserved for the galleries, though. There’s an artist’s touch everywhere you look in the Netherlands; nature shows off her splendour in the unforgettable bulbfields of Keukenhof – this explosion of colour has to be seen to be believed!
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March, April, May
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Overflowing with vibrancy and colour, Amsterdam is a treasure trove of quirky museums, vintage boutiques and wonderful galleries. The city’s centre is an intricate web of winding streets and glistening canals; beautiful bridges and grand merchants’ houses; colourful boats and unique shops. Whether exploring masterpieces of Dutch art or watching the world go by in a little café, it’s hard to resist the charm of Amsterdam.
The ephemeral beauty of over 7 million tulips spread over 79 acres of fields is horticultural heaven and an unimaginable delight for the senses. Enjoy this spectacular event from March to May, and explore 800 varieties of tulips, inspiring gardens, and unique artwork.
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As a world-leader in arts and culture, the Dutch proudly lay claim to some of the most famous artists of all time. Art isn’t just reserved for the galleries, though: nature shows off her splendour in the unforgettable colour of the tulip bulbfields.
With opulent châteaux and elegant abbeys, magnificent cathedrals and world-class art museums, medieval towns and pretty harbours, a strong artistic heritage and war memorials, the northern regions of France boast something for everyone.
Tradition holds strong in Leuven, a Flemish town known for its characterful historic core. The town of Dinant, close to the French border, sits along the River Meuse under an intriguing clifftop citadel.