Netherlands Flights GuideFamed for the debauchery that can be found in its capital city, Amsterdam, the Netherlands is also best known for its exceptionally flat landscaped characterized by canals and the hordes of bicyclists who take to the streets every day. It is historically rich as well, offering visitors the chance to see works by artists Rembrant and Vermeer, the Van Ghogh Museum, and, for a more somber note, the famed house where Anne Frank hid and kept her diary during World War II. Another famous attraction is the country's incredible Garden of Flowers, located in Lisse, which is best viewed between mid-March and Mid-May. Due to the country's unpredictable climate, prospective visitors to Keukenhof should take care to follow the garden's updates online so that they can get the most out of the experience.
Summertime is the most popular season for tourists, due to the lower chance of rainfall, but the country's overall unpredictable weather can make for lucky sports of travel at other times as well. The drier season itself ranges from April to September, which is something to keep in mind for travelers hoping for lower airfare-costs. The country's largest international airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, is also a world-renowned flight school, and offers a fifteen-minute train ride to Amsterdam.