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The Netherlands is a popular tourist destination with its worldly renowned cities, art museums, historical monuments, savory culinary culture, scenic tulip fields and countryside. The country portrays a unique mixture of traditional and modern architecture along with the gorgeous natural landscape that will amaze you. You can add the Netherlands on top of your itinerary to explore everything this beautiful country has to offer with economic flight tickets.

Your flight from Istanbul, Kayseri or Konya to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Rotterdam The Hague Airport, or Eindhoven Airport will open a new door to discover the beauties in the Netherlands. The Netherlands has one of the most extensive and advanced transportation systems around the world, which enables tourists to easily commute.

Transportation to/from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is well-connected to Amsterdam city centre with train and bus options as the public transport. The train leaves from Schiphol Station, situated right below the airport terminal. If you would like to know more details about the Schiphol train line to Amsterdam city centre can be found here. Also, the bus line operates between Schiphol Terminal and Amsterdam city centre, an express line called bus 397 that enables direct access to the city centre.

Transportation to/from Eindhoven Airport

Bus 400 and bus 401 are the two popular options to travel from Eindhoven Airport to Eindhoven city centre. Also, it is possible to use trains to reach the airport from the city centre as well as other cities in the Netherlands. If you would like to learn more about train tickets to Eindhoven Airport can be found here.

Transportation to/from Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Rotterdam The Hague Airport is linked to Rotterdam city centre with metro line E. In addition to this metro line, bus line 33 connects the airport to the city centre. Both of these public transport methods are convenient and fast to reach Rotterdam city centre.

Public Transport

The Netherlands offers numerous modes of transportation to discover the city centres, towns, and villages across the country. The public transport in Amsterdam is both affordable and well-connected with trains, tram lines, buses, and metros. Travellers need to buy their public transport tickets in advance since cash is no longer valid in these vehicles.

Is there a travel card for tourists?

There is a special card for tourists in the Netherlands. This card is called I Amsterdam City Card, which comes with 24, 48, or 72 hours of public transport access as well as entrance to around 70 museums in the city. In addition to that, the tourists who plan to stay longer in the city and want to discover other cities in the Netherlands can use the OV Chip Card in the Netherlands, which is a type of prepaid travel card. The card is valid for five years, and travellers can load the card with cash or credit card to use it on public transport. More information about how to get the OV Chip Card and how to load the balance to the card can be found here.

Transportation Between Cities in the Netherlands

Trains are the most common method of transportation between cities in the Netherlands. As this country is situated in a reasonably flat geographical area, its nature enables the state to invest in train lines connecting major cities. Also, bus lines operating across the country link the smaller towns and villages like Giethoorn, Marken, Oirschot, Medemblik in the Netherlands to the major cities.

Where to Stay in Netherlands?

Amsterdam is loaded with tourists throughout the year and therefore has many accommodation options for any budget. If you would like to decrease the costs a bit more, you may opt for searching accommodation opportunities in Rotterdam since the two cities are only about an hour away by train. Eindhoven is also has many good deals with decent prices including furnished rental apartments for short stays.

Alternatively, if you want to organize your trip with ease you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.


Top attractions in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is famous for its picturesque landscape marked by tulips and windmills. The country offers a variety of great things to do whether you decide to spend hours in its museums that is home to artworks of worldly renowned painters or venture on a bike tour to explore the local landmarks. Make sure to have a look at our favorite choices:

  • Amsterdam Canal Cruise: Amsterdam is explored better through a canal cruise whether during the day or at night accompanied by a romantic dinner. There are many operators that provide service at the wide canal ring of the city, including the hop on hop off tours. The tourist city card ‘I Amsterdam’ also enables access to city canal cruise.
  • Visit Anne Frank House: Shedding light on the history, Anne Frank House demonstrates how the little girl Anne Frank and her family tried to hide from the Nazis during the Second World War where she also kept recording on her dairy which would become a famous book later on. An audio tour is available in the museum for those who would like to have an in-depth understanding of the historical context. If you would like to have more suggestions on places to visit in Amsterdam, check out the Amsterdam Travel Guide.
  • Climb up The Euromast Tower: The 185-meter tall watchtower Euromast provides a breathtaking 360 degrees view of Rotterdam, overseeing the iconic Erasmus Bridge and the harbor. Besides, Euromast Tower offers fine dining and accommodation selections with the best panoramic view you can find in Rotterdam.
  • Go to Rotterdam Zoo: One of Europe’s largest zoos, Rotterdam Zoo/Diergaarde Blijdorp gives shelter to a variety of animals while providing them the most natural landscapes. There are a lot to see ranging from ring tailed lemurs to sharks at Rotterdam Zoo which incorporates different sections such as Waterworld Oceanium, Asia House and Amazonica. For further information on places to visit in Rotterdam, please have a look at the Rotterdam Travel Guide.
  • Visit Van Abbemuseum: Van Abbemuseum is the prominent contemporary art museum of Eindhoven whose history dates back to 1936. The museum displays a one of the most significant collections in the region and includes art works by Picasso, Lissitzky, Kandinsky and Chagall.
  • See Philips Stadion Home to PSV Eindhoven football club, Philips Stadion is a must-see place in Eindhoven. You can learn about the history of the club through PSV Stadium Tour which encompasses entrance to the PSV Museum. Make sure to have a look at the Eindhoven Travel Guide  to have the full list of places to visit.

  In order to have a wider perspective on the major landmarks and famous spots to see in the Netherlands, please read “The Netherlands Travel Guide”.

Please make sure to conduct a preliminary research in order to be fully prepared before departure.  Below you can find some practical information that will help you organize your trip.  

Things to Know Before Visiting the Netherlands

  • The major Dutch cities are among the most visited countries in Europe which means they are under constant demand. That’s why it is advised that you book your trip in advance in order to avoid high costs.
  • You should know that the Netherlands is a very bike-friendly country, in which the most popular way of commuting is basically cycling and you will encounter bikers everywhere you go. For this reason, be aware of the bike lanes to avoid any possible accidents.
  • In Netherlands summers are hot and humid, winters are very cold. If you are planning to go Netherlands in winter, it’s better you take your gloves, barret and scarf with you. Additionaly, you should take your umbrella with you no matter in which season you are travelling to Netherlands since it is usually rainy.
  • In Netherlands, many people can speak English, so you will probably won’t have communication problems.
  • Most of the shopping places are open between 9 am and 5 pm except on Mondays and Sundays. Stores are closed until 1 pm on Mondays and during the day on Sundays. Howeverer, restaurants are open from morning to evening.

Essential Numbers

  Please find below some key contact numbers that might be of use throughout your stay in the Netherlands.

Country code: +31

Amsterdam area code: 20

Amsterdam Schipol Airport: +31 20 794 0800

Eindhoven area code: 40

Eindhoven Airport: +31 040 289 6133

Rotterdam area code: 10

Rotterdam The Hague Airport: +31 10 446 3444

Police, Ambulance, Fire Service: 112

Airports in the Netherlands

Pegasus Airlines provides flights to below mentioned airports in the Netherlands:

  • Amsterdam Schipol Airport

Amsterdam Schipol Airport is the major transport hub not only in the Netherlands but also in whole Europe. The airport has a vast connection network from different parts of the world. Therefore, it is very well connected to other places in the country by various transport options. There are several trains and buses departing on regular hours to Amsterdam city center. Train station is located at the arrivals hall of the airport. Alternatively, you can benefit from car rental services.

  • Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Rotterdam The Hague Airport is located only 5.6 km away from the city center, serving the wider region including the cities of Rotterdam and the Hague. The Airport became officially operational in 1956 and turned into the third biggest airport in the country. Bus line number 33 provides connects to Rotterdam Centraal, central train station of the city.

  • Eindhoven Airport

Eindhoven Airport is situated 7.6 km west of the city center. The history of the airport dates back to 1932 when it was utilized for military means by the Germans. Today, it is listed as the second biggest airport in the country in terms of total passenger capacity. Eindhoven Airport is easily connected to the city center as well as other nearby cities. There are a number of bus services providing rapid access to Eindhoven city center such as bus number 400, 40, line 20 and 10.

Car Rental in Netherlands

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Netherlands for business or leisure.



How can I find cheap tickets for The Netherlands?

Pegasus Airlines provides special fares to its passengers which gives the opportunity to fly with reduced prices throughout the year. Do not forget to follow up with the seasonal campaigns in order to benefit from cheap flight tickets.

Why should I visit the Netherlands?

There are many reasons to visit the Netherlands apart from its famous capital city, Amsterdam. Holland is famous for its museums, art galleries and historical monuments as well as beautiful countryside marked by traditional Dutch villages and windmills. The local cuisine has a lot offer aside from savory Dutch cheese.

When is the ideal period to visit the Netherlands?

Summer is the peak season in the Netherlands as the country is flooded with many tourists coming from all around the world. However, it is also one of the best times to visit in order to enjoy warmer temperatures and longer days. In general, the weather is pretty mild from mid April to mid October. You can consider travelling from mid-April to May in order to see the tulip fields blossoming.

Which countries are requested a visa in order to visit the Netherlands?

Citizens of non-EU countries should comply with the Schengen visa rules and requirements to travel to the Netherlands for visits shorter than three months. Diplomatic, private and service passports are exempt from visa requirements for up to 3 months. The validity period of the passports must be at least 3 months longer than the period of stay in the country.The applications should be proceeded at the Dutch Embassy or Consulate of your country of residence.

What is the time zone of the Netherlands?

The Netherlands is in the Central European Time (CET) or (GMT+ 1). As it’s the case for most European countries, Summer (Daylight-Saving) Time is applied during the summer period and the local time changes to 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time ( GMT+2 ).

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