26 Oct Ideas for MICE Group in the Netherlands
1. Hiking & Nature in the Wadden Islands
Terschelling is the second largest of the West Frisian Islands. The oldest lighthouse in the Netherlands, the Brandaris from 1594, welcomes visitors to the island. Good collaboration between humans and nature has resulted in a varied landscape that ranges from a shoreline to tidal marshes and forests.
Terschelling has various galleries and exhibition spaces and a wide range of restaurants and entertainment venues. During the Oerol Festival, Terschelling is transformed into one big stage for art forms like cabaret, singing and dancing and attracts thousands of visitors. Just like on Vlieland, the culinary specialty of Terschelling are cranberries.
At low tide, you can hike across the bottom of the Wadden Sea. You should always go on a guided tour because this hike is not without risks. The sea bottom consists of sandbanks, mud and sand flats that harbor a great variety of birds, plants and fish. If you are lucky, you will even spot seals frolicking on the sandbanks. A wonderful and unique experience!
Combine your MICE event with nature, calmness and get the best result.
- 1,5 hour by coach from Amsterdam airport
- 45 min. with (fast)ferry
2. Innovation & History in Rotterdam
Known as the ‘Manhattan on the Maas’, Rotterdam is a city of many faces: a tough port city, a trendy nightlife city, a sophisticated shopping city, and a hip artistic city. Above all, Rotterdam is the architecture city of Holland that stimulates innovation. Its skyline is always changing. There are many things to do amid Rotterdam’s skyscrapers. You can go on a shopping spree, enjoy some excellent food, and visit a range of museums and attractions in and around the city centre.
The best-known museums in town and two of Holland’s most sophisticated museums, Boijmans van Beuningen and Kunsthal, are located on the Museumpark in Rotterdam. Elsewhere in the city you will find even more museums and exciting attractions, such as the Scheepvaartmuseum shipping museum, Euromast, Hotel New York, Spido and Steamship Rotterdam. If the cultural offering doesn’t convince you, the huge and varied shop offering will.
Plan your next meeting with international flair in the biggest port city of Europe!
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