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How to get to Holland

How to get to Holland

At the mention of the Netherlands many have notmost unambiguous association: drugs, coffee shops, red light district. But the Netherlands - it is also a beautiful town, and gorgeous canals, mills and elegant nature.

In general, there is to go and see all the "live".



Getting to Holland in severalways. The fastest and most convenient - is, of course Well, flying in a plane. To fly is possible as flights of "Aeroflot" from the airport "Sheremetyevo" and "Dutch Airlines", small ships that are sent to "Domodedovo" airport. Flight time is 2 hours and 30 minutes.


But to get to Holland by train farfollowing direct not work. We have to go on the train "Moscow - Munich", which departs from the Belorussky railway station of the Russian capital, and then make a change to the train "Munich - Amsterdam".


The second option - to sit on the route "Moscow - Berlin", and then change to the train "Berlin - Amsterdam". Travel time will be 35 hours.


In a third embodiment, it is necessary to buy a ticket on the train "Moscow - Hamburg", and then transfer to a comfortable structure that six times a day should be from Hamburg to Munich.


There are people who do not like airplanes becausethat of the windows can not see nothing but the clouds and sky. And that's why prefer a slow, but very interesting option - a trip on the bus. Once a week flight "Moscow - Amsterdam" goes from Belorussky Railway Station and passes through Ukraine, Poland and Germany. View more countries per trip for many very tempting. Especially in the travel time will be about 65 hours.


There are travel lovers who just lovetravel to different countries in his car. In order to get by car to the Netherlands, it is necessary to pass through the territory of Ukraine, Poland and Germany. In general, a stone's throw from the German city of Dusseldorf to Holland.


There is also a second version of the travel by car - to move through the territory of Belarus, Poland, Czech Republic and Germany until the German-Dutch border, which is practically not protected.

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