Amsterdam certainly isn't the only worthwhile destination for art lovers in the Netherlands. From the revered Kröller-Müller Museum in the eastern town of Otterlo, to the river-side Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, find out where to see the most fantastic art collections in the country with this Guide to Art Museums Outside Amsterdam.
Amsterdam's dozens of fine art museums offer plenty of choice for the aesthetically-oriented visitor. Find out all about the city's various museums and exhibit spaces, with art from prehistory to the present day, in this Guide to Amsterdam Art Museums.
You may have seen Keukenhof, but what about the rest of the Bollenstreek? What is the Bollenstreek, for that matter, and where is it situated? Find out all about Holland's "tulip country".
There's still so much to see for tulip and flower enthusiasts in the Netherlands- not only is Keukenhof open for another few weeks, but flower-related events continue well into the fall. Check out this round-up of opportunities to stop and smell the flowers in the Netherlands.
The Bloemencorso van de Bollenstreek - the premier flower parade in the Netherlands - attracted a million visitors last month, a testament to the extreme popularity of the event. While this particular flower parade won't return until next April, many others are held across the country as late as September. Read about Dutch flower parades and where to attend one.
Hot on the heels of Queen's Day, a slew of festivals take place in May, when the weather is mild and (hopefully) sunny, cafe terraces are full and there's even still a chance to catch some late-season blooms at Keukenhof. See what's in store for Amsterdam in May.
The wildly anticipated day has finally arrived: today, April 30, 2013, is the last Queen's Day (Koninginnedag) under Her Majesty Beatrix, Queen of the Netherlands. But the national holiday as we know it won't come to an end; find out what to expect once King's Day takes its place.
Huize Frankendael is the last historic country house in the city of Amsterdam, and its premises are now filled with food and culture, from its acclaimed contemporary art exhibits to its in-house restaurant. Stop by for a visit one Sunday, and don't miss out on the nearby Dutch Funeral Museum.
Take a step back into Amsterdam's illustrious past at the Museum Geelvinck-Hinlopen Huis, a 17th-century canal house whose period rooms offer a window into how the city elite once lived. Check out the museum's excellent temporary exhibits, listen to concerts with authentic period instruments, or witness a music- and discussion-filled salon on Amsterdam's world-famous Canal Belt.
Need coffee or a casual meal with a side of reliable wireless internet and perhaps an electricity outlet? The cafe and food court La Place has convenient locations in Amsterdam and every major city in the Netherlands.