This visitor's guide to Holland welcomes the reader to a land of tulips, windmills, friendly Dutch people, wooden shoes, and delicious cheese and beer. The guide features hotel and inn listings to suit every budget and discusses where to eat. There is a detailed walking tour of each city - Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Den Haag, Delft, Maastricht, Valkenburg, Leiden, Haarlem, Utrecht, Arnhem and Groningen. Itineraries are suggested which will lead you to museums and art galleries, to gardens and parks, to shopping in some of Europe's designer boutiques, or to swimming and sunbathing on islands and beaches. There are many sport and recreation choices, as well as advice on travel planning, numerous maps, sidebars and an index.International drivers licenses are not required for North Americans driving in Holland, but ita#39;s not a bad idea to visit the CAA or AAA offices and get one for about $ 1 7.50. ... If you intend to use a rental car in the Netherlands, it is advisable to book and prepay (in advance) from within North ... non- inclusive prices range from below $217 per week for a small 2 door manual car (Renault Twingo hatchback oranbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Open Road Pub - 2002-11-01|