You could queue for hours at some of Amsterdam's most popular attractions. Skip the crowds and visit these worth sights instead.
Seeing Amsterdam as a young man is a whole lot different to seeing it as an older traveller.
It is hard not be affected by this family's hiding place from the Nazis that also sheltered a young girl's hopes and fears.
From cheese to clogs, bags and clocks, here are some of The Netherland's more unsual museums.
Netherlands' epicentre of springtime exuberance should be right up there with the Taj Mahal and Victoria Falls.
The Middle Rhine is one of Europe’s most historic and scenic stretches of water, and there’s no better way to appreciate it than on a river cruise.
Changes in The Netherlands landscape as architects have taken a whimical brush to the Zaan region have opened a new door to tourism, though some traditionalists have yet to see the lighter side. Richard Tulloch cycled to see.
A country that is green in colour and mindset, where bikes rule the roads and classic windmills have propelled more modern green machines throughout Europe. Ditch the lycra and cruise its charming canal towns at a leisurely pace. Once you're done, head to the countryside to see rows of brightly coloured tulips that stretch for miles, covering the ground like a giant patchwork quilt.