The Netherlands (the unofficial name is Holland) is one of the most picturesque states of Western Europe, associated with ancient mills, colorful flowering fields and painted wooden shoes. You can come to the Netherlands at any time of the year and spend unforgettable vacations here, which will always be pleasant to remember, which you will want to repeat more than once. Having rented a car, you can go on a wonderful journey around the country, see large cities and small original villages where the Dutch traditions and customs are carefully preserved.
The Madurodam miniature park is located in one of the Hague districts - in Scheveningen. It is a model of a typical Dutch city at a scale of 1:25. Thanks to interactive equipment, park guests can, for example, load containers onto a container ship at the port of Rotterdam or land a plane at Schiphol Airport. If you are driving from Amsterdam in a rented car, then it will take you about an hour to get to the road.
Royal flower park in the town of Liss. It is famous for its tulip fields, on which about 100 species of flowers grow. The park opens to visitors from approximately the 20th of March and runs until the 20th of May. At the end of April, the Flower Parade is held here, turning the Keukenhof into a real flower kingdom.
The Netherlands does not provide for road tolls. The fare is paid only through some tunnels.
The Westerschelde Tunnel (6.6 km long) is one of the safest tunnels in Europe, connecting the cities of Terneuzen and Goes. You can pay by cash or credit card.
The Kiltunnel Tunnel (901 m long) is a tunnel passing through the city of Dordrecht.
The maximum allowable level of alcohol in the blood is 0.5 ‰ .
For drivers with less than 5 years of experience, the permissible alcohol level is 0.2 ‰ .
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