Your group stay in the Netherlands
The Netherlands is a great destination to organize your group trip. Indeed, the country enjoys a fairly central position in Europe and large conurbations with many hotels that can accommodate groups. The conurbation of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague, called the Randstad, offers a wide variety of hotels and accommodation for groups. To help you find the ideal hotel, which will suit your group and your budget, Groupcorner has selected hundreds of hotels in the Netherlands. From luxury hotels to cheap accommodation, there is bound to be one that will suit your group. Access to the Netherlands is very easy. The country has several international airports, the main ones being Amsterdam, Rotterdam - The Hague and Maastricht. Once there, it is easy to connect the different cities by train. Due to the small size of the Netherlands and its high density, public transport is well developed. You can also decide to drive to your hotel in the Netherlands. There are many highways of good quality. However, beware of the very frequent traffic jams in the western half of the country, particularly around Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
Few countries have as many clichés as the Netherlands. But it must be recognized that tulips, mills and bicycles will be there during your group stay. Even if a visit to the tulip fields as far as the eye can see at Keukenhof is a must if your stay takes place in the spring, the Netherlands has much more to offer than these few images of Epinal. Your group will be seduced by Amsterdam with its charming canals and prestigious Rijksmuseum. However, you have to leave the capital to discover Rotterdam and its modern architecture or the cobbled street labyrinth of Maastricht, the oldest city in the Netherlands. If your group is more attracted to nature, however, the Wadden Islands offer fine sandy beaches and unspoilt landscapes, while the Upper Veluwe National Park invites you to take a scenic walk through the dunes and forest. In the heart of the park, your group will still discover the Kröller-Müller Museum, whose Van Gogh collection is no match for that of the museum dedicated to the artist in Amsterdam.