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Traveling to the Netherlands
Visitors to the Netherlands can discover glittering canals, iconic windmills, and breathtaking tulip fields. Museums showcase the best of Dutch art, including Rembrandt and Vermeer. Book your flight to the Netherlands with LATAM today and enjoy award-winning terminal to destination service.
Things to see in the Netherlands
- Explore Amsterdam’s historic city center. Stroll alongside its charming canals. Tour the Royal Palace and discover the architectural secret that keeps this massive building from sinking into the swampy soil. Afterward, visit the Begijnhof — a medieval courtyard — and see the oldest house in Amsterdam and a hidden Catholic chapel.
- Set aside a few days to tour Amsterdam’s museums. Start at the Museumplein — a square with three major museums. You’ll love the Rijksmuseum’s collection of fine art, including Rembrandts, and their Asian collection. Then walk to the Van Gogh Museum and let post-impressionism’s vibrant colors seep into your soul. Afterward,
journeyinto the modern era at the Stedelijk Museum. Here you’ll find works by Andy Warhol and Marlene Dumas.
- In Rotterdam, you’ll find the Van Nelle Factory. This UNESCO World Heritage site was voted one of the world’s most beautiful factories. Then go to the top of the towering Euromast and view the city. If you’re feeling brave, you can cable glide from the top of the tower to the bottom. Don’t leave Rotterdam without visiting windmill de Ster.
The Netherlands offers cool summers and mild winters with no rainy or dry seasons. For mild, sunny weather, visit from May through September. The Netherlands has an extensive public transportation network and most major cities offer local and inter-local buses, metros, and trams. You can also rent a bicycle. Amsterdam and Rotterdam are among Europe’s most bike-friendly cities.