Book cheap first class flights to the Netherlands to arrive at this enchanting destination feeling pampered and relaxed. Many acclaimed musicians, writers, and painters were born in the Netherlands; among the famous painters were Rembrandt and Vincent Van Gogh. The Netherlands is a country best known for windmills, tulip fields, canals, great bicycling routes, and a Dutch landscape dominated by water. The Meuse, Scheldt, and Rhine are large European rivers that reach the ocean via the Netherlands, creating an important delta.
Travelers to the Netherlands via Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) enter a gateway to over 50 museums, including the world-famous Anne Frank House. While she was hiding in Nazi-occupied Holland, teen Anne Frank wrote a diary that was published after her death, which occurred less than a month before the end of World War II. You can see the actual place where Anne Frank wrote her diary in the hiding place in a house on a canal called the Prinsengracht; the home is now called Anne Frank House. Rijksmuseum, which means “The State Museum,” is another major attraction in Amsterdam. First public access to the museum occurred in 1800. Rembrandt’s masterpiece “Night Watch” is there, along with numerous masterworks by such world-renowned artists as Vermeer, van Dyck, and Jan Steen. On whatever day you arrive to the Netherlands, Rijksmuseum is open; it is open to visitors literally every day of the year. The remarkable Oude Kerk is Amsterdam’s oldest building and a huge attraction for tourists as well as locals. The church was established in 1213 and is situated in the main red-light district of the city. A miracle that is believed to have taken place at the church is celebrated annually in mid-March; the event is called “The Miracle of Amsterdam.”
Visitors who travel first class to the Netherlands via Rotterdam’s The Hague Airport (RTM) frequently visit Great St. Lawrence Church, which is the last of the medieval buildings in the city, since the others were destroyed during World War II. The church was originally built in the 15th century and is most famous for three Danish organs. The largest of the three organs is situated on a marble base inside a tower wall. Just east of Rotterdam is the picturesque village of Kinderdijk and its iconic windmills. There in the tiny village is the largest concentration of surviving windmills built between 1722 and 1761. This wonderful history is celebrated annually during Mill Days, during which time their sails are in motion.
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