Netherlands, a country that is host to windmills and amazing flower fields is a natural love. Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands is one of Europe’s treasure troves for lovers of architecture. Relaxing in Amsterdam is a laid-back affair where most common is the old-style bruin café or brown bar, wooden, warmth and well-worn, a uniquely Dutch type of social cosines. Brown bars have a good range of local and national brews, but uncompromising enthusiasts should head to special bars.
Amsterdam is a place for famous museums, cozy pubs and fun shops that offer a wide range of shopping activities. Kalverstraat is where one can find, clothing, bags, gift shops, cards, and the occasional coffee shop. For a quiet drink away from all these shops you can make a step onto Spui, where you will find many cafes, bars and restaurants as well as several fast-food chains. Markets in Amsterdam are lively and different where items range from food and general goods to antiques and art. If you are a book lover Amsterdam has wonderful bookshops with unique books from all over the world. Most of the bookshops are located around or in proximity of the Spuiplein.
Amsterdam’s cosmopolitan outlook is reflected in the wealth of its international cuisine. A tantalizing array of restaurants and cafés offers all manner of gastronomic delicacies, from all corners of the globe. Visit the “Grand Cafe-Restaurant”, a beautiful and large cafe/restaurant, with interiors from the 1890's or the “Jaap Hannis Restaurant” situated in the middle of the water, with a terrace and boat rental, located just east of the centre in Amsterdam- Zeeburg. As evening falls, Amsterdam really starts to sparkle with lots of cafes, restaurants, casino and nightclubs that offer a varied mix of music.
Rotterdam, the meeting place for art lovers offers a range of options to give, for an unforgettable day out. From a simple pub, or a trendy place like the Westelijk Handelsterrein to a restaurant as ‘Wijn of Water’ stands apart by its beautiful setting. Visit the "Stroom Rotterdam" with its warm and inspiring location; one can have a cappuccino, lunch or dinner. In “The Kitchen” you’ll be sitting at long tables and see how cooks prepare a delicious meal.
"Rosso", located in Van Vollenhovenstraat 15, Rotterdam is a Mediterranean; eat outdoors on terrace romantic place. With its beautiful, Bordeaux red lounge interior one can comfortably lounge on one of sofas at the back of the restaurant. Holland’s Royal City, The Hague has a rich history and tradition with its elegant broad tree lined avenues, boutiques and castles. The Hague is a great place for a holiday.