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REASONS TO DISCOVER HOLLAND
While you can see flower fields in other places, the Dutch tulip fields and the Keukenhof are world famous. Did you know that the Keukenhof showcases over 800 varieties of tulips? For two months each year, it’s the most beautiful spring garden in the world, an amazing 32-hectare flower sea of colors.
There’s more to The Netherlands than Amsterdam… really! Amsterdam is iconic, but Holland has a lot more to offer. From the flat and green agricultural area in the North and the coastal provinces of Noord-Holland, Zuid-Holland and Zeeland to the flowering hills in the exuberant South.
The bicycle is the most used form of transport in The Netherlands. 84% of the Dutch population owns a bike and often even more than one. There are 19 million bikes in The Netherlands! Since Holland is mostly flat, it’s easy to get around. An average Dutch person annually rides about 880km per year on their bike.
The origins of the oldest cities in The Netherlands date back to the Roman Era. Over the years Holland was concurred and occupied by the Spanish, the Austrians, the French and in more recent history the Germans. The United or Dutch East India Company, formed in 1602, was a major international trade company. It’s often seen as the first true transnational corporation. This little country definitely has a long and interesting history.