Things to do in Holland
Whether you are looking for a city break in Amsterdam or a stunning tour of the Keukenhof tulip fields, you will find plenty of things to do in Holland. History buffs and culture vultures should visit the Amsterdam museums, including the fascinating Anne Frank Museum. This writer's house and biographical museum is dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. The building is located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, close to the Westerkerk, in the centre of the city.
Follow this with a tour of the nearby Heineken Museum and find out about the beer giant's history in a former brewery, with a tasting room finale.
The capital, Amsterdam boasts a real buzz on the streets. Take your time to explore the canal paths, book up for a cultural or city tour or enjoy a drink in one of the quirky pavement cafes. The Red Light District is also an eye-opening experience. Take a city tour of Amsterdam or a rural tour to discover some amazing sights and sounds.
If you're looking for other scenic things to do in Holland, then Rotterdam is a lively city with plenty of iconic Dutch windmills.
The Hague is the base for the country’s government and royal family. This vibrant city is now a hotbed for art, culture and nightlife. Visit the Maritime Museum or the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen – a fascinating art gallery featuring works from Van Gogh and Monet. Many of Holland’s most historic attractions can be found in the Hague. Book a guided tour of the beautiful Peace Palace - the home of the International Court of Justice.
If the tranquillity of the countryside appeals, hike or cycle through picturesque villages or visit the country’s national parks. Discover the wonderful beaches and rich history of Egmond or take the kids to the Madurodam miniature city.
Whether you are looking for a historical, cultural, food and wine, rural or adventure tours, there are lots of things to do in Holland so book in advance to help save time when you get there.