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Our guide to Dutch beer

2019-04-12 | Food and drink Travel Tips | No comments

Visiting the Netherlands and surrounding countries this year? Well we’ve got a few tips on some of the popular local beers… Our first tip would be, drink responsibly, always follow local rules and legal drinking age so that you can get the most out of your experience and enjoy the local breweries. For beer connoisseurs…

Spring in the Dutch cities

2019-03-29 | Travel Tips | No comments

The flowers are finally starting to bloom, its warm enough for a bike tour around the cities and it might even be possible to enjoy a cold drink with a couple sunrays breaking through the clouds! City breaks are always fun and easy to plan, they never have to be a long trip, you could…

Trips for two

2019-01-29 | Travel Tips | No comments

Valentine’s day is the perfect excuse to plan a trip for you and that special someone or why not plan for Galentine’s or Pal-entine’s Day for you and your best friend? There are so many great things to do for two in the Netherlands and surrounding destinations when you sail direct from the UK to…

Dutch Gastronomy

2019-01-07 | Food | No comments

While everyone is hitting the gym post-festivities, we’d like to explore some must-try Dutch gastronomy! When you think of amazing food and mainland Europe, people tend to think Italian, French or Spanish but the Dutch have a few amazing dishes up their sleeves that you may not have ever thought of. This coming spring or…

Driving through Europe during winter

2018-12-13 | christmas winter | No comments

Taking a road trip through Europe will make your winter trip extra special. If you can’t make it for Christmas don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with fantastic tips on travel from Holland through to Europe from Christmas to New Year’s and up until early spring so you can still enjoy the Netherlands...

Sailing to a Dutch Winter Wonderland!

2018-12-11 | christmas winter | No comments

One of the best times of the year to visit The Netherlands is of course Christmas. Generally, there tends to be fewer tourists which makes visiting the Christmas Markets, museums and galleries a much more relaxing experience. If visiting a loved one who lives locally, it is truly magical taking winter walks around...

Students Travel Savings

2018-10-25 | Budget travel | No comments

Travel especially for students can be expensive, when you factor in, fares, accommodation, food and additional transport links, it can all start to add up. Check out our alternative way to save on travel to Europe: Stena Line’s UK to Holland sailing route takes you on a direct crossing from Harwich International port in Essex…

Family Friendly Ferry Travel

2018-10-09 | Family travel | No comments

To celebrate our nomination for the Best Family Ferry Operator with Family Traveller we wanted to share some of our tips for ferry travel for families as well as a family-friendly travel guide. Travelling by Ferry for families requires more time but offers maximum comfort and flexibility, getting to Holland can be as straight forward as…

AUTUMN & THE FESTIVE SEASON IN HOLLAND

2018-09-26 | Travel Tips | 3 Comments

Autumn-winter in Holland can be magical, Germany isn’t the only renowned European destination for a good Christmas market, Holland has some of the most festive Christmas markets, street shows and autumn attractions. Before the festive period, why not take in the scenes of the coast, enjoy a bonfire by the beach, sh...

North Holland, A quiet and tranquil place to visit with your family

Beaches Of Holland

2018-08-07 | Summer Holidays | No comments

Summer is in full swing and there’s only a few short weeks to go to make the most of it! The weather this year has inspired lots of outdoor and beach holidays home and away. Come rain or shine this is the perfect time to visit some fantastic beaches in Holland; When you think about a…

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