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Holland, Germany, Belgium

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I'm starting to plan the family trip for Holland, Germany, and Belgium for April 2016 for around 10 days. I've been reading that the end of April is the best time for the flowers in Amaterdam so that's what we're shooting for. We are all more interested in the scenery and culture aspect more so than museums. There will be four 27-30 year olds and two 70+ year olds. Does anyone have suggestions on what cities to stay in and what day trips we can take from there? Also best form of travel between countries. Any tips and suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Also, has anyone been in Amsterdam during Queens Day? I've read it gets pretty crowded that day and I know the older ones in the group probably wouldn't want to be there if its crazy like that.

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