Unique floral cultureFlowers are very important for The Netherlands. Luckily, tourists can also enjoy those beautiful flowers, before they are exported. During your stay in a Bed and Breakfast The Netherlands you can visit The Keukenhof, a true experience and an oasis of enchanting flowers. Also the Bollenstreek (Flower Region), home to the famous tulip fields and stretching 20 miles, is worth a visit. The best time to admire the flowers is April/May.
Amsterdam: a sensational capitalAmsterdam is a symbol of freedom. No doubt about it: you won't get bored here! Besides the well-known, sometimes debatable characteristics of the city, it has much more to offer. Visit the famous Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House or the Royal Palace if you want to immerse yourself in the rich history of The Netherlands. Do you prefer a great shopping tour? No problem! The 'Nine Little Streets' is your place to be.
Surprising Dutch natureYour stay in a Bed and Breakfast The Netherlands is not complete without visiting one of the National Parks. A big advantage of The Netherlands is that you can travel through the country in 3 hours! So your city trip can easily be combined with a bit of scenic beauty. Visit De Hoge Veluwe National Park, with a wide diversity of animal species and plants, Utrecht Hill Ridge in the middle of The Netherlands, or The Biesbosch if you love water in nature.
Enjoy the Dutch coastlineMany tourists that visit The Netherlands, are attracted to the coast. It can be a great idea to choose a Bed and Breakfast The Netherlands close to the sea! All coastal towns live up to the first rays of sunshine, and in places live Scheveningen and Noordwijk you can enjoy the sun, sea, beach, delicious food and trendy hotspots. The Wadden Islands in the North of The Netherlands, are listed on the UNESCO heritage list, and are a perfect city escape.
Stay in a B&BA B&B is definitely the best way to explore The Netherlands! The personal touch, the knowledge of the owners and the unique rooms or apartments will make your stay unforgettable. No large crowds and mass tourism, but small scale and private. That is what a B&B stands for.