Honeymoon in the Netherlands is full of variation at this destination, popular with love, roses and windmills. The experience of visiting this beautiful country for a honeymoon is ideal. You will find the most luxurious hotels, restaurants and shops in addition to museums and ancient monuments, not to mention the picturesque nature that grabs hearts and will make you live in a romantic dream that you will not want to get out of.
The Netherlands has a temperate climate suitable for travel at any time of the year, with relatively mild summers and moderately cold winters. The best time to visit your honeymoon in the romantic setting of tulips is roughly mid-March to mid-May. Generally, the temperatures rise the further south. The coastal provinces are wetter and warmer in winter and cooler in summer than the eastern regions, where the climate is harsher in Europe in general. Be prepared for rain at any time of the year.
Looking for a romantic getaway to rekindle the flame of love between you and your wife after years of marriage? Then all you have to do is head to the ‘city of love,’ Amsterdam! Here are the best things to do for a holiday that renews your honeymoon!
Rivers and canals, old horse-drawn carts, excellent steps everywhere all of these are in Amsterdam. Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, famous for parties, more than 1500 impressive monumental buildings, many bridges, and many monuments and museums. The canals, which are part of Amsterdam’s identity – and its charm – as is the case in Venice, here will be the most beautiful memories of your honeymoon, the most famous of which are the Jordan Museum and Amsterdam. The Anne Frank House and Rijksmuseum are while the Prinsengracht area is one of the best places to shop, see exhibitions, and hang out at one of Amsterdam’s unique cafes.
Flower market in Amsterdam
Visit the flower market in Amsterdam, a testament to the Dutch people’s love and attachment to flowers. Diversity, bright and comfortable colours distinguish the flowers. If you love flowers, you should head to this market that dates back to 1862, including collecting the most beautiful and rare flowers globally.
Madame Tussauds Museum
It is also known that the famous Madame Tussauds museum has many branches in the countries of the world, although the museum’s headquarters are in the British capital, London. And sport in the world.
Book the best Amsterdam hotels
Looking for the perfect hotel for a stay that combines romance, comfort and luxury? Book at hotels like the Amstel Hotel or the Grand Hotel Amrâth, which are ideal for married couples looking for quality service. If you prefer a quiet, romantic, yet affordable hotel, we recommend hotels such as the Volkshotel or the Hotel Not Hotel.
Romantic cruise trip? Why not.
Nothing is more romantic than a boat trip to Amsterdam’s historic canals; Several companies offer this type of excursion. Most of them also provide information on the history of the city. If you visit the Dutch capital during the spring or summer, we recommend you rent personal pedal boats, which are ideal for adventurous couples. Amsterdam’s boat trip is one of the most enjoyable trips, especially since Amsterdam has more than a hundred canals and a thousand bridges, where the passenger can see the sights of the old and modern city, but by sea.
Nothing is sweeter than nature in Vondelpark.
The largest park in Amsterdam’s center, located within walking distance from the museum district, Vondel Park is your ideal destination for a romantic outing with your wife. In addition to its natural beauty, this park includes a host of cafes, including the famous’ t Blauwe Theehuis. Some tourist statistics confirmed that the park is visited by more than 10 million visitors annually. Among tourists and current visitors, residents of the city, especially its area of up to 47 hectares, including a children’s play area and pathways for walking and theatrical performances presented five days a week.
Explore Amsterdam by bike
For an extra dose of romance, do not miss the chance to go on a “bike trip” with your wife on the bicycles for which the Dutch capital is famous. Have fun exploring inner-city neighbourhoods such as de Jordaan or de Pijp while you breathe in the fresh air in the stunning scenery!
Enjoy watching a romantic movie at Pathé Tuschinski or the Eye Film Institute.
Finally, what do you think of getting back a first movie date by taking your wife to see a romantic movie at Pathé Tuschinski or Eye Film Institute? And don’t forget to buy a simple flower bouquet to end the day in the best way!