Holland & Luxumberg (1 Viewer)

Dec 5, 2012
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Hi
Can anybody tell me if it is necessary to book sites in Holland & Luxumberg
At the end of June
This is our first trip into Europe and we are not sure what to do.
Thanks
Steve & Chris
 
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I would say not in Holland
We went in April which apparently is high season for the sites around the bulb fields
We stayed mainly on aires as these were plentiful and in good locations, often on marinas. One even had a laundry.
If you use the campercontact app you can easily find local sites should any of your chosen sites not be available
Hope you have a good trip
 

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No.....its only really anywhere near water that you need to book, saying that, you will always get in somewhere. School holidays a diffent bunch of bananas :)

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plenty of aires in Luxemburg, do check out the castle/museum at Clervaux (Sp) one of the best WW2 museums I have ever seen.
 
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plenty of aires in Luxemburg, do check out the castle/museum at Clervaux (Sp) one of the best WW2 museums I have ever seen.

I've heard Steve likes a nice castle or two, just don't ask to see his photos
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Only popular tourist spots, such as Amsterdam. If you want to spend time there I would recommend camping Zeeburg. 15 minute cycle ride into city centre and of course all on cycle routes - the bike is king in Amsterdam.
www.campingzeeburg.nl

Keith :cool:

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