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Ride your bike like an authentic Dutchman around the historic canals of Amsterdam, try the exquisite cheeses from Edam and Alkmaar, explore the dunes of the coast and the national park of Harlem and tour its art galleries and museums.
With a flight package plus hotel to North Holland you will land at Schiphol Airport, located in Haarlemmermeer, a portion of land reclaimed from the water, which separated North Holland from South Holland. Take a train to reach the beautiful Amsterdam, a set of beautiful houses of the seventeenth century, canals, charming cafes and large palaces and mansions. Do not forget to visit the Van Gogh Museum, the huge Rijksmuseum and the Rembrandt House Museum. There are also many small museums in canal houses that allow you to get an idea of how rich merchant families lived during the period between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.
A few minutes by train or bicycle is Haarlem, with its beautiful historic churches and its streets full of cottages and curious boutiques. Spend a few hours walking through the Frans Hals Museum, dedicated to Haarlem's most famous painter during the Golden Age and other artists of his time. A short distance from Haarlem, enter the South Kennemerland National Park, where you can walk through sand dunes to the beach.
A good reason to take advantage of travel offers to North Holland is to explore the curious towns that surround Amsterdam. Edam is famous for its cheese, and Alkmaar for its cheese market, which is held every Friday. In Zaanse Schans There are factories of historical local products, such as a seventeenth-century bakery or a liquor distillery, in addition to a spice mill in use and numerous wooden windmills.
If you want to see the famous tulip fields at their peak, look for cheap trips to North Holland between March and May and head to the area between Alkmaar and Den Helder. Continue north to reach the West Frisian Islands, which house the natural reserves of Griend, Rottumerplaat y Rottumeroog, islands located in the area of the Frisian Sea declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. If you like to camp, take advantage of offers of trips to North Holland in summer, especially in June, when a festival of theater of a week is celebrated in the Terschelling Island. To visit the windmills and historical lighthouses of the islands, you can go with your bike to a ferry.