Explore the rivers and canals of Holland on a holiday with lateboat.com
Because of Max Bygraves and that famous song, perhaps Amsterdam is best known for its tulips. But it has so much more to offer, especially when you explore Holland by boat.
A holiday by boat on the Dutch waterways takes you behind the usual tourist routes and lets you see the real Holland.
Boating in Amsterdam is a real treat for all the senses
You can experience the true beauty of Holland as seen by the great 17th Century landscape painters Esaias van de Velde and Jacob van Ruisdael, with beautiful traditional windmills and scenery.
Boating in Amsterdam really is a treat for all the senses, and you can make the holiday as relaxing or energetic as you feel.
Cruising is perfect from the vibrant sight and smell of tulips in springtime through to early November. It’s a great way to meet locals and tourists along the way and also experience the many of the bars and cafes which sit alongside the canals with spectacularly good food and friendliness of the Dutch people.
A boating holiday is the best way to see Holland
“The lock free canals and marinas are very modern, making boating a stress free experience and for the keen cyclists or beginners amongst you, the flat terrain makes it perfect for cycling,” says Dan Lockyer, CEO of LateBoat, the new canal boating holiday specialist.
A boating holiday is the best way to see Holland, whether cycling through tulip fields, strolling to an art gallery, experiencing incredible tastes and company, or running along the canals, Amsterdam really does have something for everyone.
And don’‘t forget to start and end your boating break to Amsterdam by sailing with DFDS Seaways. Make your reservation here
For more information about boating holidays in Holland, visit www.lateboat.com
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