As one of Holland’s leading Destination Management Companies, ITBholland offers a motivated and highly skilled team to help you put together an unforgettable incentive, meeting, conference or leisure program for your client. The Kingdom of The Netherlands is a gem in the north-western part of Europe and we at ITBholland know how to design a program with a touch of our unique Dutch culture.
Our clients benefit from many years of knowledge and experience of our staff. We know the country, the cities, the hotels, the venues and the restaurants. Holland has a lot to offer and we can help you to find the experience your clients are looking for. Frequent staff-studytrips ensure ongoing updates for our "ITB Knowledge Bank".
ITBholland is at your disposal with your search for the best options within budget, without losing valuable time. Travel experiences depend on details to become succesful, therefore we take detailed planning to the next level.
Since 1980 we are the onsite representation for The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. A designated Project Manager is your on-site partner from RFP and quotation to your event or trip. We offer 24/7 attention and are proud to have a great record with valued clients that have used our services repeatedly.
In addition to worldwide well-known museums, Belgium as a lot of smaller, less known, unique museums. Time to pay a visit to one of these hidden gems. Here we list a few of our favorite places. René Magritte Museum | Brussel The Musée Magritte Museum, located in the heart of Brussels, brings together the world’s […]
This time we focus our spotlight on the lesser-known and smaller museums in the Netherlands. The famous tourist attractions are known by many, but these ideas might be interesting to include in your travel plans! Cromhouthuis | Amsterdam The Cromhouthuis is a collectors’ house: it tells the story of the Cromhout family and is today […]
Worldwide Holland is famous for its beautiful flower fields giving a unique color pattern to the Dutch landscape. Trading and exporting flowers worldwide is one of the most important sectors in the Dutch economy. But how did this actually originate? Origin of the flower culture Starting in the 16th century the Netherlands had a real […]
Rembrandt van Rijn is one of Holland’s most famous Dutch Masters of the Golden Age. As an etcher, printmaker and innovative master painter he is known by many and has left his heritage spread widely over the Netherlands. In 2019 it has been 350 years since he passed away and therefore his remembrance will be […]
27th of April | KING’S DAY | Biggest Orange Party in the Netherlands King’s Day is a national holiday in the Netherlands to celebrate the birthday of our King Willem Alexander. From the big cities to the small villages, everybody celebrates King’s Day on the 27th of April. Everything possible is covered in orange, which is […]
People come to Amsterdam’s Westergasfabriek to meet, work and relax. This beautiful city park, with its historic factory buildings surrounded by expanses of green, also has workplaces, venues for large and small events, and a range of catering, film, theatre and exhibition facilities. What kind of activities does the Westergasfabriek offer? Meetingplace The Westergasfabriek develops and […]
Where classic meets modern luxury! Sometimes you find a Hidden Gem in Amsterdam that is definitely worth mentioning. Last week the ITBholland team was invited by a partner to get acquainted with their three beautiful, elegant and intimate vessels. These boats are a perfect venue for meetings, business lunches, private dinners and romantic cruises. You […]
Virtuoso Symposium | 17 – 22 March 2018 | Amsterdam Virtuoso Symposium is a high-level business meeting that brings together the most influential decision makers of the luxury travel industry, including Virtuoso’s top leadership and senior executives from Virtuoso Member Agencies and Preferred Partners. 2018 Virtuoso Symposium started and ended in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It […]
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