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Are you after your slice of the real Holland? Look no further than this small parc near Amsterdam.
On parc, you'll find ample grassy pitches, plenty of designated parking, a pool complex with an indoor pool, kids' pool and waterslides too. If that doesnt keep the little ones occupied, try the great play area. If you fancy fishing, visit the well-stocked lake for a little peaceful casting. Set out in the car to explore the countryside or you could keep it traditional and hire bikes (there are safe, well-marked cycle tracks everywhere you peddle). If you're visiting in spring, youll be perfectly placed to visit the world-famous Keukenhof (the festival at the bulb fields).
See what it was like to be the first man on the moon at Europe’s first permanent space exhibition close by in Noordwijk. You will experience the simulated launch of an Ariane rocket, discover the world of satellites and find out all about astronauts.
The country is famous for its blue and white pottery which is primarily made in Delft, an unspoilt town with lots of tourist attractions.
Artis Royal Zoo is a lot of fun. It is the oldest zoo in Holland with over 700 animals, an aquarium, planetarium and museum, with the added bonus of lots of gardens, winding paths and fascinating sculptures.
One of the highlights of Holland is the Dutch flower fields which you must experience. Keukenhof has some stunning floral displays with more than 7 million flowers planted over 32 hectares of stunning fields and gardens. They are in their full glory from mid-March to May.
See the works of one of the world’s most famous artists at the Van Gogh Museum or see many other famous pieces of art at the Rijks Museum. If you want to see another famous artefact then visit Anne Frank’s house which is the home to her diaries that she wrote during the Second World War.
This site is close to both Amsterdam and Rotterdam which are both wonderfully scenic. Amsterdam is a cosmopolitan city with lots to see and do: there's an abundance of world-class museums and galleries, relaxing strolls and bike rides along the canals and flower filled parks and lots of culture to soak up.
Enjoy the thrill of the Dragonfly roller coaster, be sprayed on the Splash, try the breakneck toboggan-run or have a breathtaking adventure in the Mad Mill. The smallest guests will like the Fairy Tale Wonderland, the children’s shows and Rick’s Fun Factory.
Rotterdam is a previous European Capital of Culture and is home to the largest port in Europe.
Elsgeesterweg 8, 2231 NW RIJNSBURG
GPS Co-ordinates 52.200063 4.456536
Amsterdam - 29km
Rotterdam - 68km