This 9th edition of Here’s Holland is a unique, province-by-province, guide to travel and life in the Netherlands. Complete, user-friendly and geared to travellers of all ages and interests, it is written from first-hand experience (see Authors), and includes countless new and exciting finds.
Here's Holland also includes recommendations for children, covers the Dutch way of life – its culture and customs – and is full of useful addresses and tips for trips, by car, boat, bike, on foot, and even mud-flat hiking to the islands (see Chapter 8 on Friesland).
From exciting cities to picturesque villages, Here’s Holland guides you to all the treasures this small country has to offer, including culture, art and entertainment, historic, folkloric and sporting events, also state-of-the-art recreation parks, nature reserves and fine beaches, along with the world-famous flower and bulb fields, world-class shopping, markets, and many surprises…
Here’s Holland includes:
- Favourite finds of the authors who are long-time, expatriate residents
- Historic highlights with just enough detail to set the stage for your visit
- ’Staying over’ suggestions − from the smallest hotel in the world, to houseboats and castles
- ‘Eating out’ suggestions − tried and true choices from Dutch to ‘other ethnic ’
- Maps of all 12 provinces, plus a fold-out country map and an ‘Amsterdam City Walk’
- Clear directions, opening hours, websites, and other contact information for each destination
- Yearly Special Events − a month-by-month calendar to make your trip-planning easy
- Quick Reference − a wealth of specific information and resources for those either travelling or settling in
- Relocation assistance
- Schools and educational opportunities
- Medical facilities
- Clubs and organisations
- Places of worship
- Sports and hobbies
- Information resources
The book has been acclaimed by countless visitors and numerous businesses with personnel transferring to the Netherlands (see Testimonials). Whether you’re coming for a few days or a few years, you’ll want your own copy of Here’s Holland (see How to Order).