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Amsterdam - Apeldorn - Nijmegen - Rotterdam (Self Drive)
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This is a suggested independent itinerary that you customize. Please select the best flights, hotels, trains, activities, transportation and number of nights in each destination to fit your needs.
What better combination for your vacation than the sophistication of The Netherlands!, visiting: Amsterdam (with its he beautiful historic buildings, the Rijksmuseum, the canals, the Anne Frank house, and tons of coffeeshops), Apeldorn , Nijmegen and Rotterdam (known for its Erasmus University, its riverside setting, lively cultural life, maritime heritage and modern architecture) with a rental car. This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

This 8 night sample itinerary includes:
  • Flight into and out of Amsterdam
  • Hotel for 2 night in Amsterdam
  • Rental Car for 7 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Apeldorn
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Nijmegen
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Rotterdam

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Amsterdam (169)     Rotterdam (10)     Apeldoorn (2)     Nijmegen (2)    
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1. Amsterdam
  129 hotels
2. Apeldoorn
   (5 hotels)
3. Nijmegen
   (17 hotels)
4. Rotterdam
   (29 hotels)
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Trip Summary
2 nights in Amsterdam

Easygoing, liberal Amsterdam is "different." Its citizens, bubbling along happily in their multiracial melting pot, are not so easily poured into the restrictive molds of trade and industry. More important, you can enjoy Amsterdam, its culture, history, and beauty, without stretching the limits of your credit cards. Few skyscrapers mar the clarity of the sky and the populace mostly walks or bikes from place to place. The historic center recalls Amsterdam's Golden Age as the command post of a vast trading network and colonial empire, when wealthy merchants constructed gabled residences along neatly laid-out canals.

Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Dam Square, Anne Frank House, Bloemenmarkt, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Canal Belt, Jordaan, Red Light District and so much more!



2 nights in Apeldoorn

Apeldoorn is known as the favourite country-seat of the royal family of the Netherlands called the palace Het Loo, which reflects the historical ties between the House of Orange-Nassau and the Netherlands. The palace was built in the 17th century for William III of Orange. Another attraction is the 'Apenheul' primate park housing over 35 species of monkeys, apes and lemurs. Apeldoorn is surrounded by beautiful woods which are very suitable for a nice walk or cycle tour. For the youngsters there's the Julianatoren attraction park.



2 nights in Nijmegen

Dating back from the 1st century BC, when the Romans built a military camp here, Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands. Past and present blend harmoniously in this city, historic buildings are interspersed with fine examples of modern architecture. Its main sight, the largely demolished Valkhof, is medieval. The Carolingian Chapel was built after Charlemagne's Palatine Chapel in Aachen (Germany) as a symbol of the importance of this city as one of the principal seats of the administration of the Holy Roman Empire. Other sites are the weighing house and St. Stephen's church.



2 nights in Rotterdam

Europe's largest and busiest port, Rotterdam is also the most modern city in The Netherlands. The symbol of the city is the Euromast Space Tower (605ft/184m) from which you have an excellent view over the city. One of Rotterdam's main attractions is Diergaarde Blijdorp, the extensive zoo that includes the impressive Oceanium, where visitors can walk through the huge shark tunnel surrounded by sharks and giant tortoises. Another worth visiting place is the Boymans-van-Beuningen Museum displaying a beautiful collection of painting, sculpture and design.




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Amsterdam
Day 1
Arrive to Amsterdam
Overnight in Amsterdam   129 hotels offered
Optional   471 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Amsterdam   129 hotels offered
Optional   471 Things to do
Day 3
Departing from Amsterdam
Transportation to next city by: By Car
Apeldoorn
Day 3
Arrive to Apeldoorn
Overnight in Apeldoorn   5 hotels offered
Day 4
Overnight in Apeldoorn   5 hotels offered
Day 5
Departing from Apeldoorn
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Nijmegen
Day 5
Arrive to Nijmegen
Overnight in Nijmegen   17 hotels offered
Optional   1 Things to do
Day 6
Overnight in Nijmegen   17 hotels offered
Optional   1 Things to do
Day 7
Departing from Nijmegen
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Rotterdam
Day 7
Arrive to Rotterdam
Overnight in Rotterdam   29 hotels offered
Optional   30 Things to do
Day 8
Overnight in Rotterdam   29 hotels offered
Optional   30 Things to do
Day 9
Departing from Rotterdam

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Amsterdam Hotels (129 total)
Apeldoorn Hotels (5 total)
Nijmegen Hotels (17 total)
Rotterdam Hotels (29 total)


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Tours in Amsterdam (471 total)
Tours in Nijmegen (1 total)
Tours in Rotterdam (30 total)


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Netherlands

Visiting the Netherlands should mean more than Amsterdam. The vast flower fields, old windmills and bustling market towns make it an exceedingly pleasant place to explore. The Hague, Delft and Alkmaar are three cities with their own distinctive charms and are less frenetic than the Dutch capital. Also growing in popularity is the town of Maastricht in the far south. Undoubtedly, Amsterdam`s Rijksmuseum, packed with priceless paintings, will appeal to culture vultures. Outside of its beautiful cities, the Wadden Islands of the north are a Mecca for yachting enthusiasts, while the flat landscape makes touring by bike easy.
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Amsterdam - Apeldorn - Nijmegen - Rotterdam (Self Drive)
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Amsterdam
Easygoing, liberal Amsterdam is "different." Its citizens, bubbling along happily in their multiracial melting pot, are not so easily poured into the restrictive molds of trade and industry. More important, you can enjoy Amsterdam, its culture, history, and beauty, without stretching the limits of your credit cards. Few skyscrapers mar the clarity of the sky and the populace mostly walks or bikes from place to place. The historic center recalls Amsterdam's Golden Age as the command post of a vast trading network and colonial empire, when wealthy merchants constructed gabled residences along neatly laid-out canals.

Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Dam Square, Anne Frank House, Bloemenmarkt, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Canal Belt, Jordaan, Red Light District and so much more!
Apeldoorn
Apeldoorn is known as the favourite country-seat of the royal family of the Netherlands called the palace Het Loo, which reflects the historical ties between the House of Orange-Nassau and the Netherlands. The palace was built in the 17th century for William III of Orange. Another attraction is the 'Apenheul' primate park housing over 35 species of monkeys, apes and lemurs. Apeldoorn is surrounded by beautiful woods which are very suitable for a nice walk or cycle tour. For the youngsters there's the Julianatoren attraction park.
Nijmegen
Dating back from the 1st century BC, when the Romans built a military camp here, Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands. Past and present blend harmoniously in this city, historic buildings are interspersed with fine examples of modern architecture. Its main sight, the largely demolished Valkhof, is medieval. The Carolingian Chapel was built after Charlemagne's Palatine Chapel in Aachen (Germany) as a symbol of the importance of this city as one of the principal seats of the administration of the Holy Roman Empire. Other sites are the weighing house and St. Stephen's church.
Rotterdam
Europe's largest and busiest port, Rotterdam is also the most modern city in The Netherlands. The symbol of the city is the Euromast Space Tower (605ft/184m) from which you have an excellent view over the city. One of Rotterdam's main attractions is Diergaarde Blijdorp, the extensive zoo that includes the impressive Oceanium, where visitors can walk through the huge shark tunnel surrounded by sharks and giant tortoises. Another worth visiting place is the Boymans-van-Beuningen Museum displaying a beautiful collection of painting, sculpture and design.

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