Category: Netherlands Holidays
Brits taking holidays to Amsterdam over the late spring and early summer of 2013 will be able to finally view the works and times of one of the Lowland’s famous sons. Seven months after closing, the Van Gogh Museum has reopened its doors after refurbishments.
In October of 2012, the art world was stunned at the Rotterdam theft of artwork said to be worth millions. It is not known if the paintings will ever be recovered, however there is good news for anyone taking holidays to Amsterdam who is interested in art, as the Rijksmuseum will reopen in April thanks [...]
City breaks to Amsterdam in July offer a range of diverse and unique ways for tourists to entertain themselves. During the summer months, Amsterdam tourism is at its best and dance music events, Fashion Week, concerts and plenty of festivals can be enjoyed. Bearing this in mind, here are three events well worth catching a [...]
Amsterdam combines pretty, picturesque city scenery with fascinating historical attractions and a lively cultural scene, making it one of Europe’s popular holiday spots. This cosmopolitan centre is divided by a canal and packed full with 17 Century houses and grand squares.
There are countless crazy things to do whilst on cheap city breaks to Amsterdam with Jet2holidays, but here are some that all the family can enjoy.
You’ll never be short of things to see and do on cheap city breaks to Amsterdam with Jet2holidays, but here are our favourite things to do that won’t eat up your euros.
Like any large city that’s popular with tourists, Amsterdam has its fair share of costly cafés and restaurants that will soon gobble up your euros. However, there are still plenty of ways to eat cheaply, and well, whilst on cheap city breaks to Amsterdam with Jet2holidays. Here are a few tips to make your money [...]
If you’re planning on taking a cheap city break to Amsterdam with Jet2holidays this spring, it’s impossible that you’ll be stuck for things to see and do. However there are plenty of attractions outside the city too, which may tempt you to stay just a little longer. Here are three of our favourites.
The last day of April is known as Queen’s Day in the Netherlands, a national bank holiday celebrating the birthday of the Dutch Queen and an excuse for huge street parties, the biggest of which are in Amsterdam. If you’re planning to visit on a cheap city break to Amsterdam for Queen’s Day this April [...]
Green-fingered flower fanatics thinking of taking a city break to Amsterdam this summer will be thrilled to hear that Floriade, the World Horticultural Expo, is being held just a couple of hours’ drive from the capital – and there’s much more to see there than just tulips.