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Please do first the Virtual Tour, then the Transfer Game.

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There are many things to know about Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and all the services we offer at our main hub. With this virtual tour we'll tell you about them and you can 'see' them.

The best way to see the tour is with VR glasses. However, you can also see it (full screen) on a normal computer or iPad.

First, please do the tour. In 18 stops we'll show you around the Departures and Arrivals area and also the area behind customs.

Then, do the Transfer Game. It's a combination of a tour and a game. You can score points and become a SCHIPHOL MASTER. As it is a game, there are some nice prices to be won.

To start, please click on the images. We hope you enjoy the tour

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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Hub Tour

About this tour.

KLM B77W

This is a tour of 46,424 nm (85,978 km) divided into twenty-eight legs.

To complete this tour, you will need to fly at least one route of each of the legs listed below. You will need to fly all legs using one of the airlines listed below. The airline can differ between the different legs, as long as each individual route is flown using one of the airlines listed below.

All legs need to be flown using one of the following airlines :

  • Martinair (MPH/MP)
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM/KL)
  • Transavia (TRA/HV)
  • Delta Air Lines (DAL/DL)

Leg 1: EHAM - LEBL

This is a leg of 671 nm (1,242 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport (BCN/LEBL) .

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Choose any one of the routes below. Please take into account the conditions listed at the top of this page.

Leg 2: LEBL - EHAM

This is a leg of 671 nm (1,242 km) from Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport (BCN/LEBL) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 3: EHAM - GMMN

This is a leg of 1,257 nm (2,328 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Mohammed V International Airport (CMN/GMMN) .

Leg 4: GMMN - EHAM

This is a leg of 1,257 nm (2,328 km) from Mohammed V International Airport (CMN/GMMN) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 5: EHAM - CYVR

This is a leg of 4,162 nm (7,708 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Vancouver International Airport (YVR/CYVR) (Hub) .

Leg 6: CYVR - EHAM

This is a leg of 4,162 nm (7,708 km) from Vancouver International Airport (YVR/CYVR) (Hub) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 7: EHAM - ESSA

This is a leg of 623 nm (1,153 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN/ESSA) .

Leg 8: ESSA - EHAM

This is a leg of 623 nm (1,153 km) from Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN/ESSA) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 9: EHAM - SMJP

This is a leg of 4,063 nm (7,525 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport (PBM/SMJP) .

Leg 10: SMJP - EHAM

This is a leg of 4,063 nm (7,525 km) from Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport (PBM/SMJP) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 11: EHAM - EDDL

This is a leg of 97 nm (179 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS/EDDL) .

Leg 12: EDDL - EHAM

This is a leg of 97 nm (179 km) from Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS/EDDL) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 13: EHAM - EPKK

This is a leg of 580 nm (1,074 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Kraków John Paul II International Airport (KRK/EPKK) .

Leg 14: EPKK - EHAM

This is a leg of 580 nm (1,074 km) from Kraków John Paul II International Airport (KRK/EPKK) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 15: EHAM - KIAD

This is a leg of 3,352 nm (6,208 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD/KIAD) .

Leg 16: KIAD - EHAM

This is a leg of 3,352 nm (6,208 km) from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD/KIAD) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 17: EHAM - EGAC

This is a leg of 404 nm (749 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD/EGAC) .

Leg 18: EGAC - EHAM

This is a leg of 404 nm (749 km) from George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD/EGAC) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 19: EHAM - EDDB

This is a leg of 321 nm (594 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER/EDDB) .

Leg 20: EDDB - EHAM

This is a leg of 321 nm (594 km) from Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER/EDDB) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 21: EHAM - WSSS

This is a leg of 5,677 nm (10,514 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Singapore Changi Airport (SIN/WSSS) .

Leg 22: WSSS - EHAM

This is a leg of 5,677 nm (10,514 km) from Singapore Changi Airport (SIN/WSSS) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 23: EHAM - LDDU

This is a leg of 800 nm (1,481 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Dubrovnik Airport (DBV/LDDU) .

Leg 24: LDDU - EHAM

This is a leg of 800 nm (1,481 km) from Dubrovnik Airport (DBV/LDDU) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 25: EHAM - LICC

This is a leg of 991 nm (1,835 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Catania-Fontanarossa Airport (CTA/LICC) .

Leg 26: LICC - EHAM

This is a leg of 991 nm (1,835 km) from Catania-Fontanarossa Airport (CTA/LICC) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

Leg 27: EHAM - LFPG

This is a leg of 215 nm (399 km) from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) to Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG/LFPG) (Hub) .

Leg 28: LFPG - EHAM

This is a leg of 215 nm (399 km) from Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG/LFPG) (Hub) to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS/EHAM) (Hub) .

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Klm royal dutch airlines – schiphol vr tour, everything there's to know about amsterdam schiphol airport.

With call centers in cities like Manilla, Sao Paulo and Mauritius it's impossible for KLM to give all employees from abroad (and the companies hired by KLM) a tour around its homebase Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.

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With this Virtual Reality Tour, all employees can 'visit' Schiphol Airport without leaving their seat. This is an important part of the intensive training program for thousands of them worldwide.

Not only can they look around, they're also informed on all services and procedures at the airport: from checking in to Special Assistance to the beautiful Crown Lounges ... every relevant topic is included.

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An important consideration for choosing our system is the wide accessibility. Our Virtual Tour doesn't limit itself to the VR glasses. It's accessible via desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile phone and of course with the VR glasses. This greatly improves the usage of the tour.

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Overview and History

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands even though the seat of government is in the Hague. It is the most densely populated country in the world! And to be accurate, Holland only makes up part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. There is North Holland and South Holland and the Netherlands encompasses them both, as well as some other area without.

Time for some etymology! Netherlands is physical space reclaimed from the ocean, hence its name literally means "the ground below." The name Amsterdam comes from a dam in the river Amstel. The dam stood, guess where, Dam Square! Look at all those bikes, man, it just warms the quadriceps with joy.

Amsterdam was first settled as a fishing village in the 12th century and grew to become a wealthy trading port, riding on the demand for diamonds and tulips. But let's not get ahead of ourselves..

In the beginning there was water. As usual, the Romans came along and wanted to do some conquering, so they set up a military post at Nijmegen. Prosperity commenced growth lasting until the Frankish invasion of the 5th century brought Christianity.

By the fall of Charlemagne's Empire in 814AD, the Netherlands was already one of the wealthiest places in Europe. Dutch shipping reached as far as Asia and North Africa while agriculture and commerce within the country flourished.

Benevolent neighbors such as the Dukes of Burgundy and the Hapsburgs put in regular appearances in the Netherlands, playfully sending their armies to take over and introduce some fun taxation schedules. The Eighty Years War flared up over this jest and resulted in strong unification of the Dutch national identity.

As of the sixteenth century the Netherlands became an independent Republic and within one hundred years they had grown to be the most powerful maritime nation of Europe. This is referred to as the Dutch Golden Age. Of course, major griping on the part of England followed, concerning naval power.

The Dutch fell under French influence during the reign of Napoleon. The Kingdom of the Netherlands then included Belgium and Luxembourg, but they revolted during the 19th century, amidst rampant liberal and republican ideas on-continent.

The country remained neutral during WWI but suffered dire foot shortages; during WWII it was invaded by Germany and resisted valiantly. But the industrial revolution had been good to Amsterdam and the city was positioned to proceed with fast economic growth in the post war period. Today the Netherlands, and Amsterdam, are one of the wealthiest countries in the world.

Getting There

The Dutch national airport, Amsterdam Schiphol , is located 20km from the city. It is well-organized to meet the demands of being Europe's fourth-largest passenger airport. From Schiphol you can reach Amsterdam by taxi and train. Taxi takes about a half hour and should cost around 40 Euros. Also, an 11 Euro ticket for the shuttle bus service from the airport gets you access to 100 hotels throughout the city.

The trains leave from the basement of the airport. "Schiphol" is the name of the train stop for the airport, a lovely sensible name you can easily understand. Some cities don't do such nice things with their train station naming. The direct rail link connects to the Central Station with trains every ten minutes at EUR 3.60 price. Thirty-five Euro fine for not having a valid ticket, watch out! The yellow ticket machine is your friend but carry change because it doesn't eat bills or credit cards.

Transportation

Alright! Now you're here, let's go for a walk! If you for some reason decide to be a total freak and drive a car here, we can't help you.

Riding a bicycle is the best way to enjoy Amsterdam . Of course, you can use other moving objects such as train, tram, subway, bus and ferry to move yourself from one place to another. But we all know that bikes are the coolest so let's cut the crap. Renting a bike should cost about eight Euros per day. LOCK IT OR LOSE IT!!! triple exclamation mark.

For riding the trams you need to buy a "strippenkaart" which is a paper ticket that can be stamped multiple times until there are no strips left.

Metro in Amsterdam is a recent development, considering that the place is kind of, um, swampy to say the least. Construction started in 1977 and a new North/South metro line is in the works, no specific prediction of success available at time of writing.

On the touristy end of transportation there's the Canal company which does boat tours and bike rentals as well as bus trips. Rent a canal hopper and go exploring the little waterways.

People and Culture

Amsterdam grew up with good manners. Being an international trading city required vast social networks and attendant tolerance of all cultural possibilities. This translated, over the centuries, into attracting people from all across the globe. Amsterdam is a real melting pot of 174 different cultures, with the freedom to be who you are and to say what you think, whether you're gay or straight, a squatter or a millionaire.

Violent crimes are not prevalent here; pickpocketing and other petty theft is more of a threat to the average visitor.

Now we can get to what all you young youths want to know -- how about the smoking? Yes, there are coffee shops where you can get hash or herb and smoke it. Yay. It's only tolerated, not legal. Everything else IS illegal so try to use your brain for thinking when you go to Amsterdam. Note that the red light district is under camera surveillance.

Things to do, Recommendations

Amsterdam is a city of museums. The Dutch Master painters all have galleries and exhibits representing the work of their lives, from Rembrandt and Vermeer to van Gogh and Mondrian, and don't forget M.C. Escher and de Kooning either.

For music there is the famous Concertgebouw , the acoustics of which are so phenomenal that it has been described as a musical instrument itself! And then numerous clubs and lounges with bangin' DJs as well.

The usual stereotypes still apply: bring home some wooden clogs for a souvenir, take in a beer in a 'brown cafe' (so named for the nicotine stains), etc.

But don't forget to get up high and have a look around! Enjoy.

Text by Steve Smith.

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Unfortunately, my status as an in-transit passenger has left one attraction partially out of reach: the Panoramaterras, a rooftop viewing area, is perfect for aviation enthusiasts, but one has to exit the airport to access it.

The airport itself offers amenities that rival those of a small town and these are particularly evident on the Boulevard.  In creating the boulevard, Schiphol Group, the airport’s owner, said it planned to devote 10% of space at the airport to non-revenue generating activities that entertain passengers.

An annex of the Rijksmuseum may very well be unique in world airports.  The mini Rijksmuseum, which opened in 2002, was the world’s first airport museum, according to Schiphol Group.  It offers two exhibits, one permanent and one rotating.  Nine floral paintings from the Netherlands’ Golden Age of painting in the 17th century display still lifes that Dutch burghers commissioned at a time when actual flower bulbs were more expensive than the paintings.  Admission is free.

A model of the Rijksmuseum is on display in the airport's Rijksmuseum

A model of the Rijksmuseum is on display in the airport’s Rijksmuseum

Listen to music or read a book in the Schiphol Airport Library, the world’s first ever airport library. It’s next to the museum and gives passengers access to roughly 1,200 books in 29 languages. It is supported by the country’s public libraries. The collection contains a variety of works by Dutch authors and others covering the country’s history and culture.  Visitors are provided with a large table equipped with iPads, and comfortable chairs as well as seats with integrated listening devices.  It offers Dutch eBooks and music for download, also at no charge.  It also has a sleeping area on its upper level.

Other features along the boulevard include a grand piano for anyone to play (and of course, I played it), a yodel hotel, numerous establishments to enjoy drinks at (including Café Chocolat and the Bubbles wine bar), an indoor park with an adjoining terrace, and giant tulips.  The Rijksmuseum has a store, there’s a Kids’ Forest play area, a Baby Care Lounge, and a shop offering chocolates and flowers including wooden tulips (one of my favorite gifts to bring home, since they never need water).  A manned kiosk offers passengers, whose layovers are on the long side, tours of Amsterdam.

When it comes to dining, avoid the mistake I’ve made in the past of just having a snack or breakfast in the Crown Lounge and go to the Dutch Bar & Dutch Kitchen, where a variety of Dutch delicacies including stroopwafel (very flat thin waffles), and poffertjes (small puffy pancakes), await.

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Virtual Netherlands Tour: Visit 30+ places in Holland from your couch

April 14, 2020 by Karen Turner 2 Comments

How often can you say that we’re living through a moment that will be remembered in history books for ages? I’ve been hunkered down at my apartment in the Netherlands and yes, I’m well. As a small way of entertaining you all at this stressful time, I’ve decided to pull together as many online and virtual museum experiences in Holland and beyond in the Netherlands so that you can imagine that you’re traveling through the Netherlands even if it’s only via online. I hope that you all enjoy and you’re all healthy!

  • 1.1 Enjoy the flowers at Keukenhof gardens
  • 1.2 Admire Van Goghs virtually
  • 1.3 Take a virtual tour of the Royal palace in Amsterdam
  • 1.4 Drink a Heineken while you tour the Heinkenen Experience virtually
  • 1.5 Enjoy the miniature Madurodam
  • 1.6 Learn about Dutch art at the Mauritshuis in the Hague virtually
  • 1.7 Admire the Dutch Masters at the Rijksmuseum virtually
  • 1.8 Learn about science at the Teylers Museum virtually
  • 1.9 Learn about the story of Anne Frank through a new video series
  • 1.10 Admire the Japanese Garden in the Hague
  • 1.11 Enjoy the busy Gouda cheese market virtually
  • 1.12 Enjoy the Binnenhof virtually
  • 1.13 Tour the typically Noordeinde palace
  • 1.14 A dreamy walk through Efteling
  • 1.15 A live tour of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam
  • 1.16 A walk through the Aalsmeer Flower Auction
  • 1.17 A virtual tour of the Moco Museum in Amsterdam
  • 2.1 Admire the windmills of Zaanse Schans
  • 2.2.1 Cycle through an empty Amsterdam
  • 2.2.2 Enjoy the canals and 9 Streets shopping district on foot
  • 2.2.3 Enjoy Vondelpark’s lush greenery
  • 2.2.4 Walk through Broek in Waterland, a pretty former village that is now part of Amsterdam
  • 2.3 Virtual walk along the canals of Utrecht
  • 2.4 Take a virtual walk in The Hague
  • 2.5 A virtual walk in Rotterdam
  • 2.6 Run virtually through the tulip fields
  • 3 Virtual walk through the fortressed town of Muiden and the medieval Muiderslot castle
  • 4 A virtual walk through the all-white town of Thorn
  • 5 Virtual walk through the dunes to the beach along the Dutch coast
  • 6 A virtual walk through the picturesque grounds of Kasteel de Haar
  • 7 Virtual walk through the stunning former seaside town of Hoorn
  • 8 A virtual walk through the pretty city of Haarlem
  • 9 Virtual walkthrough Leiden
  • 10 A virtual bike ride past the windmills of Kinderdijk
  • 11 A virtual walk in Delft
  • 12.1 Cruise through Giethoorn
  • 13 Let me know if you have any other favorite places in the Netherlands that have a virtual version!

15+ tours of virtual museums and tourist attractions in the Netherlands

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I’ve compiled the most realistic virtual tours of major tourist attractions in the Netherlands that will help you imagine that you’re actually there. I’ve been to almost every single place in this blog post, so I felt these videos were pretty realistic! Note: All videos belong to their creators. I just selected them.

Enjoy the flowers at Keukenhof gardens

Keukenhof has been posting virtual walkthrough Keukenhof daily to help people enjoy the beautiful flower fields. Keukenhof won’t be open in 2020, however you can at least admire the flowers on film!

Admire Van Goghs virtually

The Van Gogh in Museum has been creating a series of virtual tours through the museum as if you’re walking through the museum. If you’re an art lover, consider walking the entire series!

Take a virtual tour of the Royal palace in Amsterdam

Unlike other attractions in the Netherlands, the Royal Palace in Amsterdam has chosen to go with Google Maps to help you enjoy a virtual. Be sure to maximize your screen and move your mouse to choose your own adventure in this beautiful royal palace in Amsterdam.

Link here: https://www.google.com/maps/@52.3731445,4.8915467,2a,73.7y,305.86h,88.94t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sjrRVlXsWV-t2vSdTx95sww!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Drink a Heineken while you tour the Heinkenen Experience virtually

Be sure to pick up a Heineken to drink as you walk through the Heinkenen Experience virtually. This virtual tour taken sometime in 2019 captures the sounds of this major attraction in Amsterdam!

Enjoy the miniature Madurodam

In the Hague, you can walk around the entirety of the Netherlands in one day. Madurodam is currently closed, but you can virtually walk around Madurodam in this 4K HD video of the various installations throughout the park!

Learn about Dutch art at the Mauritshuis in the Hague virtually

The Mauritshuis in the Hague (the home of the Girl with the Pearl Earring) is doing something different than other museums for their virtual tours. They’ve asked their curators to discuss various famous works in the museum thanks to its experts. If you’re a lover of the Dutch masters, take a seat and press play!

Admire the Dutch Masters at the Rijksmuseum virtually

The Rijksmuseum is doing the same kind of virtual tours of their museum. Their staff is going through the museum educating the public about different pieces. If one doesn’t catch your interest, go through the full list to find something different to enjoy the Rijksmuseum at home.

Learn about science at the Teylers Museum virtually

The Teylers Museum in Haarlem tells the story of science and the museum has been doing Instagram tours, however, the tours are in Dutch. For those of you interested in science but who don’t know Dutch, you can tour the museum (from a few years ago) virtually to learn about important pieces of their collection.

Learn about the story of Anne Frank through a new video series

The Anne Frank Museum is doing something really interesting if you’re curious to learn more about Anne’s story. Instead of giving a virtual tour, they have published a video series vlog-style to help you imagine the life of Anne and her family. The acting is first-rate and a great way to learn about her life in detail as the museum is closed to the coronavirus.

Admire the Japanese Garden in the Hague

One of my favorite attractions in the Hague in spring is the Japanese Garden , which is the only Japanese Garden in the Netherlands. This beautiful garden is only open twice a year, but this vlogger beautifully captured the sounds and feeling of walking through the garden.

Enjoy the busy Gouda cheese market virtually

If you’re a lover of cheese, buy some Gouda and watch this virtual tour of the Gouda Cheese Market from last year where they explain some of the traditions and showcase the bustling market!

Enjoy the Binnenhof virtually

The Binnenhof is the oldest functioning Parliament building in the world. Although this virtual tour of the Dutch Parliament doesn’t include the interior, the walk through the arches will help you understand why I love living in the Hague so much.

Tour the typically Noordeinde palace

Noordeinde Palace is typically closed to the public as it’s the Dutch King’s working palace. This virtual tour of the Noordeinde palace showcases the beauty of this palace that many don’t get to enjoy!

A dreamy walk through Efteling

Many outside of the Netherlands don’t know about Efteling, however, this Dutch amusement park predates Disney. It’s one of my favorite day trip destinations in the Netherlands when it’s possible to travel, but right now it’s closed. Enjoy this virtual trip through Efteling!

A live tour of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam

The Stedelijk Museum has been posting live tours of the museum with its curators and various artists. If you’re a lover of modern art and design, you’ll love visiting the Stedelijk museum remotely!

A walk through the Aalsmeer Flower Auction

You’ll find the Aalsmeer FloraHolland Flower Auction just outside of Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam. This is the largest flower auction in the world and the New York Times did a great video allowing you to experience it from home!

A virtual tour of the Moco Museum in Amsterdam

The Moco Museum is the newest museum in Amsterdam. They’ve posted a great virtual tour showcasing famous street art as well as other modern art in this cutting edge museum.

15+ Virtual walks in the Netherlands

Admire the windmills of zaanse schans.

Put on some headphones to enjoy this scenic virtual walk past the picturesque village of Zaanse Schans and its windmills!

Take a virtual walk or bike ride through Amsterdam

I found several great videos of Amsterdam if you’re wishing that you were there right now. I found a virtual bike ride through Amsterdam during these crazy times, a virtual walk along Amsterdam’s canals before everything, and a virtual cycle through Vondelpark! You’ll also want to check out the cute former village of Broek in Waterland! Click for tips for when you can visit !

Cycle through an empty Amsterdam

Enjoy the canals and 9 Streets shopping district on foot

Enjoy Vondelpark’s lush greenery

Walk through Broek in Waterland, a pretty former village that is now part of Amsterdam

Virtual walk along the canals of Utrecht

Utrecht is such a beautiful city that is about an hour from Amsterdam. It’s typically a day trip from Amsterdam , however, at the moment, it’s as close as the next button on your Youtube playlist. Be sure to put in your headphones and maximize the screen for this virtual walkthrough Utrecht!

Take a virtual walk in The Hague

I’ve been living in the Hague for a while now and it’s such a lovely history for culture junkies! Although this is not the time to visit, you can take a virtual walk through the Hague before everything via this video!

A virtual walk in Rotterdam

Rotterdam is famous for its modern architecture. Transport yourself instantly to the hustle and bustle of this lively Dutch city thanks to this well-shot interactive tour of Rotterdam .

Run virtually through the tulip fields

The tulip fields in the Netherlands are currently off-limits to tourists as the town in the tulip region have closed off the roads, but don’t worry, you can still enjoy the Dutch tulips virtually via the gorgeous videos on Youtube.

Virtual walk through the fortressed town of Muiden and the medieval Muiderslot castle

Muiderslot is one of the most criminally underrated castles in the Netherlands. This beautiful medieval castle is just outside of Amsterdam and this video complete with authentic sound perfectly captures the magic of visiting at a time where you can’t.

A virtual walk through the all-white town of Thorn

Many people living in the Northern provinces of the Netherlands don’t know about Thorn, but this beautiful village in Limburg is all-white and straight out of a fairytale. If you’re looking for somewhere to add to your bucket list after everything is over, be ensure to enjoy this beautiful virtual walk in Thorn!

Virtual walk through the dunes to the beach along the Dutch coast

I never really appreciated the Dutch beaches until I moved to the Hague, but there’s something so magical and relaxing about going through the dunes until you reach the beach, especially a quieter one. This video perfectly captures the feeling of getting to the beach and having it to yourself as you listen to the waves and the winds rustling through the dunes.

A virtual walk through the picturesque grounds of Kasteel de Haar

Kasteel de Haar is one of the most famous castles in the Netherlands. Although it’s not as old as it looks, it’s still a beauty and its grounds are so picturesque. If you’re looking for a bit of grandeur, be sure to imagine yourself having a picnic on the grass as I did when I last visited last year.

Virtual walk through the stunning former seaside town of Hoorn

Hoorn is a beautiful city north of Amsterdam known for its V.O.C. (Dutch East Indies history). You can read more about its unique history and attractions in my previous blog posts about it , however, this virtual walking tour of Hoorn is likely to convince you to pay it a video. It’s beautiful and underrated!

A virtual walk through the pretty city of Haarlem

Haarlem is a beautiful city just outside of Amsterdam. My parents stayed here when they visited me and after visiting Haarlem, they told me that they preferred it to Amsterdam. It’s smaller, charming, and beautiful. This walking video through Haarlem beautiful shows off the historic city center!

Virtual walkthrough Leiden

Leiden is one of my favorite cities to visit in the Netherlands. Once the home of the Pilgrims as well as Rembrandt , this beautiful Dutch university town is full of beauty and surprises. I’ve written about Leiden a lot , but I felt this virtual walking tour through Leiden did it justice.

A virtual bike ride past the windmills of Kinderdijk

The funny thing about this video is that it’s meant to supplement cycling videos while you’re cycling at a gym, but I loved the sensation of virtually cycling through Kinderdijk and found it really relaxing to watch. When I was in Kinderdijk last year, we stayed on foot, but cycling is definitely the best way to experience the beauty of this stunning town that still has residents living in the windmills.

A virtual walk in Delft

It’s a bit crazy to imagine that just a few weeks ago, I was walking through Delft . I found this virtual walking tour of Delft–and immediately fell in love with it as it perfectly captured everything that I love about this postcard-perfect town.

Bike through the picturesque national park of Hoge Veluwe

Many tourists don’t make it to Hoge Veluwe National Park on their first visit, but if you’re a fan of scenic walks, it’s a lovely place to enjoy nature. This virtual tour of the park beautifully captures the nature of the park if you’re missing seeing wildlife (besides your cat or dog!)

Cruise through Giethoorn

Who doesn’t know Giethoorn? This picturesque Dutch town is visited by thousands of visitors each year and many portions of it are most efficiently reached by boat. This virtual tour of Giethoorn includes a boat ride as well as a walk through this pretty town.

Let me know if you have any other favorite places in the Netherlands that have a virtual version!

I have much more on my website showcasing the beautiful country that I live in, so please consider browsing my posts for inspiration for when we can all travel again!

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A virtual tour of the Netherlands with 30+ virtual tours and museums in Amsterdam and other cities in the Netherlands!

About Karen Turner

New Yorker–born and raised. Currently living in the Hague, the Netherlands after stints in Paris and Amsterdam. Lover of travel, adventure, nature, city, dresses, and cats.

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Wonderful post! After reading your blog, I feel like I should even prepare a list of dream travel destinations and work towards exploring these beautiful places with my lovely wife and kids. The virtual Netherlands experience does look interesting. The Netherlands has been on my bucket list for quite a while and the recent easing of travel restrictions has prompted me to apply for a Netherlands Visa from UK. I would love to visit the enchanting Amsterdam and Rotterdam as they seem like some of the most popular attractions of the Netherlands.

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Amsterdam City Tour From the Airport

Discover the Venice of the North in comfort and style. Stroll around Dam Square where history, culture, and shopping merge into the perfect combination.

Visit the Vincent van Gogh Museum, not only to admire his paintings but also to read personal letters of the Master of Expression.

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Why wait at Schiphol Airport if you could be floating through the romantic canals of the Venice of the North or discovering how the Red Light District earned its name?

This three-hour Amsterdam city tour is completely customizable to fit your personal wishes; you may also book extra time if you happen to have a longer stopover in the Amsterdam airport.

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Your private driver guide will greet you at the terminal, holding a sign displaying your name. You will then be driven to the city centre of Amsterdam.

Depending on your personal taste, you and your chauffeur guide will set up a customized tour. If you’re an art lover, you might be taken to the Van Gogh Museum or the famous Rijksmuseum.

Are you an architecture fan? Your driver tour guide will take you to the most picturesque and astonishing quarters of Amsterdam. You also might want to discover the history of the young Jewish woman Anne Frank, who went into hiding in a house on one of Amsterdam’s canals during the Second World War.

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The capital city of the Netherlands started as a small fishing village towards the end of the 12th century. Amsterdam’s canals, which gave the city the nickname ‘Venice of the North,’ served as transportation routes back in the days.

Due to smart developments in trade, its port became Europe’s hotspot in the 17th century, a time referred to as the Golden Age during which the city of Amsterdam was blossoming in all aspects.

During the Amsterdam City Tour, the wealthy and rich history of the city is to be seen wherever you turn your head. Indeed, it is not without reason that the city is home to two UNESCO Heritage spots.

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Get the most out of your time in Amsterdam, even during a layover. Have lunch or dinner at the SkyLounge while enjoying the spectacular skyline of the city of lights.

At the end of the Airport Transit City Tour, you will be brought back to Amsterdam Airport where you will check in for your next flight.

You’ll probably be sitting in the airplane with people who have been waiting at the airport during their transit, while you benefitted from your short layover and explored the best places in Amsterdam.

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