You'll be pleasantly surprised at just how much there is to see and do in the Netherlands, despite its diminutive size. Boasting one of Europe's most beloved capitals, Amsterdam, and a landscape featuring forests, castles, windmills, and of course, tulips, it's hard not to fall head over heels in love with the Netherlands. Rotterdam and Amsterdam, two of the Netherland’s largest cities, are cultural hotspots with lively atmospheres. Here, you can visit world-class museums like the Rijksmuseum, celebrating European Dutch Masters like Van Gogh and Rembrandt, or admire the many intricate, historical buildings that line the canals. Both cities have an excellent nightlife, and you’ll find a plethora of pubs, restaurants, and bars. It's said that this nation is home to more bicycles than people, and that may have something to do with the Netherlands being almost completely flat, so it stands to reason that going on a bike tour of the cities and the surrounding countryside is the way forward. Outside the large cities are picturesque towns and hamlets decorated with beautiful townhouses and church spires. Visit the UNESCO-listed Kinderdijk windmills, the flowers of Keukenhof, and the Geul Valleycastle. Beyond the delightful communities and their cultural attractions, you'll see the vibrant fields, lush wetlands, and miles of sandy beaches along the Netherland’s stunning coastline.