Independently of the aim and the target audience, there are absolutely several reasons for authentic and colorful events to be enjoyed in the Netherlands. These moments that are created by us with focus on the rich cultural life of the country and the story of the brand are bound to  surprise and impress ”.  Isn't this what every unforgettable thing is like?

This land is a unique country that wins the admiration of every visitor from all corners of the world. As one of the most prosperous countries of the world throughout history, well-established and sophisticated values have prevailed in all aspects of life. People living in places that seem to echo the atmosphere of a tale by La Fontaine never cease to surprise you with their lifestyle embracing tolerance and extraordinariness.

Join “elite” and let us strive to not only meet, but exceed your expectations. We would like to show you that Holland offers even more than tulips, clogs and windmills and is most definitely the perfect destination for your next event!


Introduction to Holland
Holland is a land rich in traditions from a glorious past. It is the land of windmills, flowers and historic Golden Age cities, of famous masters like Rembrandt and Van Gogh, of fishermen on the IJsselmeer and cheese merchants in Edam - a land that warmly welcomes its guests for a walk in the countryside, a cruise through the canals or an excellent dinner in one of the country's many wonderful restaurants.

Nowhere on earth will you find such a wide variety of sights to see and things to do on such a tiny patch of land.

The capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, is a unique city. The old merchant houses, the canals and the lively streets make Amsterdam incomparable to other cities. A city full of culture; a variety of large museums; the Rijksmuseum with Rembrandt's Nightwatch, the Van Gogh Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Historical museum and the Municipal museum of modern art. Many smaller museums include the Rembrandt's house and the Anne Frank's house.
Amsterdam is known as the centre of diamonds and several diamond cutting factories can be visited. In the numerous bars and cafes, the typical Amsterdam atmosphere can be found as well as at a colourful flower market, or the exotic Albert Cuyp. There is a wide choice of restaurants reflecting the cultures of the world, from Dutch specialty restaurants to spicy Indonesian cuisine.

Tramways, canal boats, water taxis, bicycles are the most Amsterdam-like mode of transportation and can be integrated with a wonderfully exciting treasure hunt which will lead you through the centre of the city, experiencing some of that unique Amsterdam atmosphere.

The Hague

A combination of classical, modern and multi-functional congress and event-locations, an extensive choice of three, to five star hotels, top of the line catering and excellent facilities make The Hague a suitable location for all your events.
The worldly sophistication of the city centre, the beach and the nightlife sizzle of Scheveningen and the easygoing elegance of Kijkduin, The Hague offers a unique blend of versatility, service and quality. This is a city of the 21st century architecture and daring innovations, of both art and business, and most of all a city of style.

International style, that is. Being the Royal residence and the political centre of The Netherlands, the city of The Hague is a national icon. The monumental government buildings, the
palaces and the embassies, the fashionable stores, the statues and fountains, they represent the city's classical face. The breathtaking shapes of the new millennium are evident in the latest architecture and design. It's no accident that many renowned national and international businesses and organizations have elected The Hague as their home base.
The Hague's unique location at the North Sea gives it an extra dimension where recreation is concerned. The many cultural and tourist attractions, the exciting list of annual events and the highly varied collection of shops and restaurants have made The Hague the Netherlands' second tourist destination for many years.

Whether you're hosting a congress for 2000 persons or a board meeting for 20, The Hague is guaranteed to have the right venue. From mega complexes to teahouses, there is always the right atmosphere.

And when work is done, have a super party, an elegant dinner; enjoy a thrilling dance performance or a sporting event. The Hague is a city of endless possibilities.


Noordwijk is an exclusive seaside resort that is very easy to get to thanks to its central location between Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague. What makes Noordwijk so unique is that it combines congress facilities worthy of a big city with small scale and the quiet charm of a seaside resort. As well as a rich variety of high-quality conference facilities, an extensive range of special destinations and excellent hotels and restaurants, Noordwijk also provides the perfect environment for relaxation and recreation. And that's a pretty unique mix! It will come as no surprise that Noordwijk is known as Holland's second conference city.

What makes Noordwijk so special as a conference destination?
Noordwijk has atmosphere! 
Noordwijk is a friendly seaside resort with a warm atmosphere. Whether you want luxury or a simpler option, your guests are

sure to feel at home in Noordwijk.

Noordwijk is easy to get to   
Big cities like Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague are close at hand. So too are Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport.

Noordwijk offers a unique mix of high-quality conference facilities  
Noordwijk provides all the ingredients for a successful congress or other business event. These range from convention centres, hotels and special conference and meeting destinations to top-class restaurants, transport facilities and a wide range of activities. Whatever your price class – from elegant to basic – there's more than enough to satisfy everyone. Noordwijk has the right facilities for every business meeting.  

In Noordwijk your visitors can get from A to B quickly  
Noordwijk has all the congress facilities of a big city. But on a small scale. In Noordwijk, it doesn't take your guests long to get from A to B. Unlike big cities, everything you need is within walking distance, which is ideal when your conference covers several locations or if your guests are staying in different hotels. Accommodating a citywide conference is no problem at all for Noordwijk.

Noordwijk offers a wide choice of activities  
Noordwijk has beautiful beaches, magnificent sand dunes, a charming, historic centre and various attractions in the surrounding area – most of them internationally renowned.

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The city that is so unlike Holland's other cities; located on the mighty Maas River. Rotterdam a city with: outstanding architecture, delightful culture and an abundance of attractions, festivals and museums. A base for worldwide business: longstanding trading spirit, in combination with the position of the port has made Rotterdam the trading city of the Netherlands. A centre of increasing economic activity; where entrepreneurs quickly feel at home in both their business and private lives.

About a thousand international companies have already chosen Rotterdam as their base for European and worldwide business activities. These companies, both large and small, come from all over the world.

Rotterdam has excellent congress centres and event locations, a wide selection of four and five-star hotels, superb restaurants, vibrant nightlife and great accessibility.

Rotterdam Congress and business centre
A congress in Rotterdam has an excellent base of operations at its disposal due to: Rotterdam offers excellent infrastructure, an extensive selection of specialized, unusual locations for your business events, as well as a range of hotels in various price ranges. The city also has quick and easy access via airports, train stations, harbours and motorways. But Rotterdam also has a high level of service.
Service takes high priority in Rotterdam. Over the past decades, Rotterdam has developed into a city with an attractive range of shops and a vibrant nightlife. The variety of major attractions, excursions and tours is astonishing.


Utrecht is situated in the heart of Holland. Founded over 1200 years ago, Utrecht is one of the oldest cities in Holland, a fact which is clearly reflected in the city's structure and architecture. Although Utrecht is the fourth biggest city in the Netherlands with almost 316,000 inhabitants, it has managed to preserve its local character. The compact historical city centre with its many canals, characteristic waterside restaurants and numerous parks give Utrecht an almost village-like feel. The most striking landmark in Utrecht is the Dom Tower, a church tower that stands 112.32 metres tall, situated on a big square once used by the Romans for a fortress called Traiectum. This fortress, literally named ‘ford' or river crossing in Latin, was once the foundation for what is now the city of Utrecht. On Dom Square, contours drawn on the pavement indicating the position of the former Roman fortress are still visible today. 

Utrecht; where science and culture meet
Utrecht Science Park: The combination of knowledge and top-flight technology make the Utrecht Science Park (USP) a place of great interest for both domestic and international business. It's an inspiring environment in which scientists and entrepreneurs enjoy optimal conditions for bundling their strengths. Being close together stimulates networking and the exchange of knowledge, which means everyone can develop new strengths. The USP was created to stimulate this cross-pollination between top knowledge and an entrepreneurial perspective.

Utrecht is home to the biggest best university in the Netherlands, with facilities situated both in the city centre and on a special campus on the east side of town. Many international congresses are organised here, as the university has a fully equipped auditorium and congress centre on site as well as a campus to accommodate visitors. Utrecht offers many special and inspiring locations for hosting congresses, such as the Media Plaza, the Jaarbeurs Congress Centre / Beatrix Theater,  the Railway Museum which has its own congress centre, Paushuize, the Rietveld Schröder House and many other (historic) locations.
The new TivoliVredenburg: Four new concert halls are built next to the old concert hall; all under one roof and with an iconic structure. Apart from concerts, congresses can be organised at this spectacular location.

Despite its centuries of tradition, Utrecht is a young and dynamic city. This is largely due to the more or less  70,000 students who live in the city and attend its university and colleges. The people of Utrecht are closely involved in the vibrant life of their city; local government encourages young and creative minds to contribute to its development and lets their voices be heard.
From large festivals to interesting exhibitions and from business fairs to charming markets; the huge amount of events and activities in the city has resulted in Utrecht being awarded the title of Event city 2011.

Experience the heart of Holland!
Utrecht offers a unique blend of big-citylife with a small-town feel. It's beautiful surroundings, historical features and exciting inner city, but first and foremost its welcoming inhabitants who share an attitude that breathes tolerance and hospitality, will surely get you in touch with the heart of Holland.

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The ultimate holiday feeling comes naturally in Limburg, a unique part of the Netherlands with an exotic atmosphere all its own, so different from the North. Limburg is noted for its Bourgundian atmosphere, rich culture and unsurpassed tradition. The beating heart of the Euregio, it is rightly known for its inspiring scenery.

The history of Maastricht begins when the Romans built a settlement by the main road, near a ford in the river. The city's name is derived from the Latin 'Mosae Trajectum', the site where the Meuse could be crossed. Over the centuries, Maastricht has had to withstand many sieges; because of the Meuse crossing it was an important town strategically, and Dutch, Spanish and French armies laid siege to Maastricht frequently. During 1795 the occupying French forces took drastic measures, making Maastricht the capital of a French province, the Department of the Lower Meuse. After Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, Belgium and the Netherlands became a united kingdom under King William I.

After battling for nine years (1830- 1839) the two countries went their own separate ways; thanks partly to the intervention of General Dibbets, Maastricht remains a Dutch city.

It was also at the battlefield of Maastricht, June 25th 1673 that d'Artagnan, the famous musketeer breathed his last breath.

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