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The Netherlands: A kaleidoscope of colour

Book flights to the Netherlands and you’ll find yourself in a place where tradition and innovation live side by side.

Visit Amsterdam’s Van Gogh museum, home to some of the world’s most famous artworks, or explore Rotterdam’s futuristic cityscape alongside its historic maritime heritage.

Enjoy the laid back coffee culture or navigate the historic waterways that the Netherlands’ legacy is built upon.

Travel like a local and rent a bicycle, pedalling through quirky streets or past fields filled with tulips. Prepare to be tempted by the cuisine: choose from food markets, crepe stalls and gourmet restaurants.

From vibrant landscapes and carefully preserved windmills to cutting-edge architecture and endless museums, it’s a remarkable country to explore.

Contrasting, colourful and cosmopolitan – fly to the Netherlands with Etihad Airways and unlock a holiday filled with discoveries.

What’s the weather like in the Netherlands?

What’s the weather like in the Netherlands?

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The Netherlands is a great, year round destination. For the warmest temperatures, fly to the Netherlands between June and August. To visit when the attractions are quieter, book flights for May or September.

Tulip season is typically from the end of March until mid-May when some spectacular floral colours can be witnessed. The weather figures shown here are for Amsterdam.

Flying to the Netherlands with Etihad

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Amsterdam (AMS)

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS) is the main airport in the Netherlands. Flying here puts you minutes away from one of Europe’s most treasured cities. Catch a train to the centre in under 20 minutes or book a private transfer with Etihad.

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Reasons to visit the Netherlands

tulip field in front of dutch windmill in netherlands countryside

Tulip-filled landscapes

When booking your Netherlands flight tickets, early spring is a great time to visit. From late March to early May, it comes alive with vibrant fields of tulips.

The rainbow-coloured carpets cover the countryside – but can also be found in festivals, gardens and the famous floating flower markets in Amsterdam. Around seven million tulip bulbs are planted in the Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse every year – making it perhaps the perfect place to see these iconic flowers in bloom.

bicycles in front of amsterdam flower market

A cycling haven

Whether you want to fly to the Netherlands for a cultural mini-break or a two-week stay, hopping on a bike is a must. The landscape is famously flat, making touring the countryside on two wheels an attractive prospect.

Even urban cycling is a joy, thanks to the country’s investment in thousands of miles of cycle track completely separate from any highway traffic. Easy to navigate, there really isn’t a better way to see the country than as the locals do – on two wheels.

rotterdam city skyline with erasmus bridge

Uncover Rotterdam’s hidden secrets

Your Netherlands flight may take you to Amsterdam, but Rotterdam is also an intriguing destination. Just an hour away by car, the city is a cosmopolitan playground easily explored as a day trip. Rotterdam embraced the opportunity to almost completely rebuild – and reinvent itself – after World War II.

Visitors will be amazed by the sea of high-rise buildings but there are also contemporary art galleries and a wealth of museums. Make sure you take time to see Rotterdam’s picturesque coast too.

Things to know before you fly to the Netherlands

holiday Public holidays

Many of the public holidays observed in the Netherlands are common across Europe, but it has a couple of its own too. The biggest of these is Koningsdag – King’s Day – which is held on 27th April. The country is covered in celebrations, concerts and markets to mark the occasion.

currency Local currency

The currency of the Netherlands is the euro (EUR) which is a shared currency used throughout many countries in mainland Europe. Credit cards are widely accepted.

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Dutch is the Netherlands’ official language but over 90 per cent of the population speak English. Other widely spoken languages include German and French.

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The Netherlands uses two plug types. Type C has two round pins and type F has two additional earth clips.

Flying to the Netherlands: FAQs

Where should I fly to in the Netherlands?

The country’s main international airport is Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS). The Netherlands is a compact and well-connected country and Amsterdam is in a great location for onward travel. You can reach the rest of the country on public transport, with trains, buses, trams and even ferries on offer.

What food should I try in the Netherlands?

The Netherlands may be filled with fine restaurants, but if you want to experience the city like a local try some food on the move. Bitterballen are deliciously crispy meatballs served with a mustard dip, while thick Dutch fries come wrapped in a cone and covered in a choice of tasty toppings. Stroopwafel is a must-try – two waffles stuck together with a layer of gooey caramel. Cheese lovers will be in their element at the Amsterdam Cheese Museum, celebrating Dutch favourites such as Gouda, Edam and Leerdammer.

How many days do you need to visit the Netherlands?

With every destination in the Netherlands within easy reach, you could see all the sights on your itinerary in as little as a week. However, you could spend two weeks or more really exploring cities such as Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague before cycling into the countryside.

Why we love the Netherlands

“Renting a bike is the best way to get around the gorgeous cities and the countryside of the Netherlands. It’s just so beautiful. There’s so much you can learn about Dutch history just by walking around the towns and villages too.”

Book the lowest airfare deals on flights to Netherlands from MYR 3032

Sydney (SYD) to Amsterdam (AMS)

Departure 15 Dec 2020,
Return 28 Dec 2020
from AUD2661*

Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Amsterdam (AMS)

Departure 14 Oct 2020,
Return 31 Oct 2020
from MYR3032*
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