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  1. ADDCAR THE NETHERLANDS: A PARADISE IN NORTHWESTERN EUROPE Car Rental Agency in Netherlands When planning a road trip to a foreign land, one of the most important part to take care of is the car rental that you’ll hire for the entire trip. Though with immense scope in the rental business, there are several cars available on rent at various holiday spots across the globe. And when you are traveling to the Netherlands, you must be least worried about renting a car as you can even take car rental at Amsterdam airport in the Netherlands.  If you’re craving for a getaway in nature’s arm and at the same time interested in history, the Netherlands is the perfect place to plan your next trip. If you’re craving for a getaway in nature’s arm and at the same time interested in history, the Netherlands offers a huge variety of sites to visit and places to go. The country has its roots embedded in intense Roman and medieval past, with a significant part in the World War II (WW II) as an ally. It presents several old sites and museums that will provide you a complete impression of this dutch land. Moreover, the country offers a vibrant beauty of Keukenhof garden in full bloom, unique biodiversity of the Wadden Sea mudflats and much more. The Netherlands is the perfect place to plan your next trip.

  2. WHAT'S ON SALE? READ ON! Keukenhof Garden It’s a must visit spot for all the nature and greenery lovers, as it showcases approximately 7 million bulbs of plants which are planted a month earlier before the garden is opened for visitors. The garden is opened only for 8 weeks every year, in which nearly 800,000 visitors visit to see some stunning and blossoming kaleidoscope of daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths. You can even go for a guided tour of the garden and interact with the gardener’s present their in the Bulb Information House of the gardener.  Explore Underground Tunnels At the southern tip of the Netherlands lies its university Maastricht. It’s famous for its medieval-era architecture and vibrant cultural scene. Under the green pastures of the city, there lies 50 miles of tunnels made by a total of 8,000 men. The maze of caves is also referred as Zonneberg Caves. These tunnels were used during WW II to hide around 25,000 residents for many days. It’s quite adventurous to visit these as there are no lights in there, just the ones you will carry with yourself.  The Wadden Sea Region Wadden sea stretches itself to touch boundaries of two other countries including the Netherlands. The tidal flats and wetlands are rich in biodiversity. The areas are home to thousands of shorebirds, fish, seals, and crabs, which can be easily spotted by the visitors. When the tides are low, you can go for mudflat hiking or wadlopen. In fact, during these periods, you can walk from island to island as the flats become navigable. Conclusion Though we have listed just three exceptional sites to visit in the Netherlands, there are numerous others which must be explored too. With a car rental in the Netherlands, you drive from Amsterdam-Keukenhof-Maastricht-Wadden sea region. All these places are a must place to visit with a beautiful view; unquestionably perfect for a road trip. Source: https://medium.com/@kristian_90344/the-netherlands- a-paradise-in-northwestern-europe-aac0c9f09e15