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The advantage of Holland is that it is not big, that there is so much to see and experience, and that you do not have to travel far in order to experience nice, interesting things that are worth visiting. There are very many possibilities. Of course there are the excursions that are offered to many people, but there are also other possibilities that not everybody does, and which are certainly worth the effort to see and/or to do. Hollandbreak will find out what these are for you.


There are various excursions that you can make to a variety of museums, where you can for example admire the works of Rembrandt and van Goch in Amsterdam. Or perhaps you would like to visit the Nijntjeshuis in Utrecht, where Nijntje was created by his designer.


We will take you to the tulip fields in spring, or to see lines of windmills. You can visit an open air Museum which tells the story of how Holland was in times gone by.


Maybe you are interested in cheese markets, or you would like to know how the Dutch won their battle against water, and continue this fight. It is also possible to visit the harbour of Rotterdam, and to admire the striking Cubist architecture of this city.


In Delft you can admire the beauty of the world-famous Delft Blue porcelain and the age old craftsmanship.  And we must not forget visits to the well-known fishing villages such as Volendam and Marken, journeys over the water, the canals and of course walking excursions over the ‘wadden’ in the north of the country.


There is too much to do for us to name everything. Hollandbreak will ask you what interests you, and will put together a plan for you so that you do not have to research things.


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