Museum lovers would feel right at home in the Netherlands, as its cities in fact contain the highest museum density in the world, paying homage to such important historical figures such as Van Gogh and Anne Frank, as well as numerous modern and ancient history museums. Many of the Netherlands’ museums also house world history, as the people and events they celebrate often had a massive effect on the world as we know it today.
The city of Amsterdam is well known for being a student city, with countless youth hostels, pubs and clubs that cater to a host of colourful drinks and fantastic nights out. The rich cultural background of Amsterdam blends seamlessly with its never-ending nightlife, to create the ultimate destination for students looking for a great group holiday.
Or if the party life is not for you, head out to the Eastern Netherlands, where the country’s two largest national parks are home to a range of sand dunes and woodlands. De Weeerribben-Wieden National park is also one of the largest and most important swamps in Europe and it is home to a variety of heron and otter species. Whether you’re culturally inclined, you love to party, or you’re interested in its natural wildlife, the Netherlands has something for everyone.