Cheap Flights to Netherlands

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How much do things cost in Netherlands?
1 Summer dress in a chain store USD 51.94
Taxi 1km USD 2.69
One-way ticket (local transport) USD 3.73
Taxi start USD 6.91
1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff USD 0.26
Taxi 1hour Waiting USD 34.54
Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre USD 1 434.52
Imported beer at restaurant USD 4.15
Coke bottle USD 2.83
Mid range bottle of wine USD 6.91
* All price are converted to USD

About Netherlands

The Netherlands is flat. This fact makes it a great destination for those who love cycling. It is also boasts both quite a lot of water and wind, making it a great destination for boating and sailing too. The Netherlands is also famously a very liberal country which it is a very welcoming and accommodating society which is highly appealing to many visitors. It is a country with a rich birdlife, and fish. It is a place dotted with windmills. Wild flowers, quaint bridges, cafes, and a lot of cheese. For all of these familiar images of this country, it is perhaps a country not that well known by the outside world. Those who visit the Netherlands will be pleasantly surprised by just how much this friendly place has to offer.

Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to the Netherlands and these will invariably bring you to Amsterdam. Cheap flights to the Netherlands have grown massively in the last five years so it is a great time to take advantage of this. Flights to the Netherlands can also provide the visitor with the added bonus of it being a hub for flights to the rest of Europe and the world.

Amsterdam is undoubtedly the Netherlands most famous city and there are few euriopean capitals which mix history with modern flair as much as this one. This is a city where you cannot move very far at all without bumping into a masterpiece of art. Most notably the Van Gogh Musuem is home to the world’s largest collection of work by its most famous native son. Around the corner from Van Gogh you will find the Golden Age treasures which fill the Rijksmuseum. And these are just two of the most well-known places of which there are many more. Aside from walking there are two ways to get around this pretty city, bike or boat. Take in the sights from one of the many canal boats, or hop on a bike and roll around it at your leisure. Amsterdam is for all it has to offer, a place to relax. Alongside good beer, or a nice cup of coffe, in one of the many traditional brown cafes, this is a city where it is very easy to just let go and feel comfortable for a while.

The Frisian Islands in the north of the Netherlands are perhaps a good spot for those looking for something a little different form their stay in the Netherlands. This relatively remote area, a distinct region of small provincial towns far removed from the mainstream life of Amsterdam. It is a wild, windswept location, favoured by the Dutch as a summer destination, which is a fine spot for walks and bike rides among the dunes.

Maastricht in the south of the Netherlnads is one of the most vibrant cities in the Netherlands. It boasts cobbled streets and fashionable boutiques in the old town, contemporary architecture in the Céramique district, fantastic art fair and excellent cuisine. It has a continental feel thanks to its close proximity to Belgium and Germany and epitomizes the most positive aspects of European Union.

Den Haag (The Hague) is different from any other Dutch city. It is a place that exudes none of Amsterdam's flamboyance with its classical canal houses and sense of sedate prosperity. It boasts a great array of excellent museums and is the home to diplomats and top-flight executives who unfortunately have inflated city-centre prices. As a counter-point to this Den Haag has recently seen a welcome rise in the number of lively and more reasonably priced bars and restaurants. It is home to a highly creative city council that has done much to liven up the city, too, organizing a lively programme of concerts and events. Its most picturesque spots are in the centre of Den Haag. On the north side of the Hofvijver, a placid lakelet mirrors the attractive, Ruritanian symmetries of the extensive Binnenhof beyond. It may not be the most likely of destination but it certainly one to cherish for those who are adventurous enough to visit!

Information about travelling to Netherlands

  • Religions of Netherlands
    Roman Catholic 30%
    Protestant 20%
    Muslim 5.8%
    other 2.2%
    none 42%
  • Industries of Netherlands
    metal and engineering products
    electrical machinery and equipment
  • Sex ratio of Netherlands
    0.98 male/female
  • Independence of Netherlands
    23 January 1579

    National Holiday : King's Day )
  • Languages of Netherlands
    Dutch (official)
    Frisian (official)
  • Age structure of Netherlands
    0-14-years 16.9%
    15-24-years 12.2%
    25-54-years 40.4%
    55-64-years 17.6%
    65-years-and-over 17.1%