Travelling to Holland
- The main international airport in the Netherlands is Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. With its carefully planned 'single terminal' concept, automatic luggage transfer and signs in English, Schiphol is unsurpassed in terms of efficiency and convenience. Other Dutch airports, with connections to some destinations in Europe, are in Rotterdam and Eindhoven. You can fly direct to Holland or you can fly via Belgian, German, British or the main French airports, which all connect up to Schiphol.
- From the UK ferry ports; Newcastle, Hull or Harwich you can sail to one of the three Dutch ports; IJmuiden, Hook of Holland or Europort. These ports are linked by train and bus to the rest of Holland.
Tulip Cycling is not a travel agency, so we do not make travel reservations. Please consult your travel agent or search the internet for competitive prices and bargains for travel to and from Holland.
In the Netherlands the combination of bicycles and railways functions harmoniously. Almost every train has a special compartment to store your bicycle when travelling with the tickets costs about 6 euros per bike per day.