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Amsterdam is a vibrant city and nicknamed 'The Venice of the North'. Take a canal cruise either during the day, or a romantic dinner in the evening, and see the sights of the city. If you're energetic, hire a bike and go where you like.
Anne Frank House should not be missed. When you enter, you'll be treated to an introductory film explaining the history, then a tour through the house, then to the museum. Open seven day a week, but always busy.
The Van Gough Museum houses 200 paintings and 600 drawings of this master. Another once in a lifetime experience. Near the museum is the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Hall which offers a free concert at lunch-times on Wednesdays.
The Rijksmuseum is home to some famous paintings by Rembrandt and Vermeer and other Dutch painters. Order your tickets online to avoid queueing. The museum is being renovated until 2013, but the most popular masterpieces are on show.
The House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience is where you can learn about the history of Bols, smell the flavourings and taste your favourite cocktail. Don't miss this!
The Tassenmuseum Hendrikje (Museum of Handbags and Purses) is not only for the ladies. It's a fascinating little museum plotting the history of handbags and purses throughout the ages with 4,000 exhibits on display and more in the gift shop!
Amsterdam is a great place to shop with department stores and individual shops. Enjoy a drink in one of the bars or cafes.
Rotterdam is home to the Euromast Tower - a 328 feet construction offering panoramic view of the city and harbour. Walk round the harbour and see the boats and liners.
The Rotterdam Zoo will take up most of a day's holiday. The animals are well tended in spacious surroundings. Within the grounds is the Oceanium - home to fish, penguins, puffins, sharks and snakes. Take a walk through the tunnel and see the fish and sharks from a different angle. And don't forget your camera!
In Utrecht is the Nationaal Museum van Speelklok tot Pierement (the Museum from Musical Clock to Street Organ, to you and me), which is housed in an old cathedral. If you want a guided tour in English, it is available at no extra charge! Inside the museum are musical activities for children, a vast display of musical instruments, automatically playing instruments, music boxes, Pianolas, barrels organs and musical clocks. This is a museum with a difference!
Apart from being the home of Johannes Vermeer, Delft is the home of porcelain. Visit the Royal Delft Pottery and watch the craftsmen at work. And, if you think you can do better, or want to design a special gift for yourself or a loved one, enrol on a painting workshop and have a go. Do book up well in advance so as not to be disappointed.
So much to see and do in the Netherlands, but to make your holiday complete, don't forget to book your clicktransfers.com personal transport!