Green Holidays in The Netherlands
The low-slung countryside of the Netherlands, with its fields of tulips, sea walls and network of waterways, is perfect for walkers and cyclists and has inspired artists throughout history.
Art - and a wealth of other cultural draws - can be found in the vibrant cities of the country, famous for their tolerant attitudes and diverse attractions, from the canals of Amsterdam to the ultra-modern architecture of Rotterdam. Easily accessible by train and ferry from the UK (check out how to travel by train to the Netherlands on our journey planner), there's bucket loads to do in this small nation.
From cycle tours of Holland to a homestay in central Amsterdam, below we list some of the top holidays in the Netherlands, all of which you can reach by train or ferry.
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How to travel by train or ferry to The Netherlands
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Price varies with season and room size
From around €70 per night for a single room
From € 49,00 - 89,00 in the weekends (Friday - Sunday) and from € 57,50 - € 99,00 during the week (Monday - Thursday). Rates are based on the Basic Room Type. Supplement for Balance Room is € 5,00 per night and € 10,00 per night for Advance room.
OK, so the 1970s building of Les Halles isn’t the most romantic market venue in Provence, but that matters little – here it’s most definitely all about the food. And there’s plenty of it. Around 40 producers and suppliers set up stall every day, showcasing the best of local, seasonal food and drink – cheese, olives, wine, organic breads, tapenades, meats and seafood, the list is endless. Catch cookery demonstrations from leading local chefs, enjoy a spot of wine-tasting any day of the week, or sample tasty morsels and soak up the atmosphere. A lively place, not to be missed.
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From £668pp (from £935pp inc rail) based on 2 people sharing
£760 (twin share basis)
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from £1199 per person including rail travel from the UK