Spring has almost sprung in the northern hemisphere, writes Brian Johnston.
New ships, itineraries and experiences make river cruising an unmissable holiday option, writes Brian Johnston.
Sue Joseph learns how to lollop along like the holidaying locals on the sandy West Frisian isles.
Norma Costley soaked up the atmosphere in a little Dutch town on her fourth cruise.
Forget herrings, Heineken and hangovers — Holland's capital is enjoying a second Golden Age, writes Kerry van der Jagt.
Exploring Holland when its tulip fields and gardens are in bloom and at their most brilliant.
A night in the clink has a certain appeal at Het Arresthuis in Roermond, Netherlands.
Brian Johnston discovers the town of Edam combines Golden Age riches with smartphone modernity.
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.