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first_imgPeople booking flights to The Netherlands are benefiting from the country’s friendliness in addition to a wealth of culture and events.This is according to The Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions, whose spokeswoman said that Dutch people are “warm, open [and] laid back”.”They enjoy speaking to visitors from different countries and often speak several languages, making communication easier,” the spokeswoman explained.”The friendly Dutch atmosphere makes visitors feel relaxed and welcome on their holiday.”Her comments come after research published by OnePoll revealed that The Netherlands is the most friendly tourist destination in Europe, scoring nearly twice as many votes as second-placed Greece.Holidaymakers booking flights to Portugal and Italy will be pleased to learn that the nations are also among Europe’s most welcoming, while the same cannot be said of France and Germany, which came bottom of the poll.Three-quarters of respondents said they had experienced rudeness in France, while this was the case among two-thirds of visitors to Germany.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedMontserrat prepares for St Patrick’s Day celebrationsBrits could be travelling to the Caribbean island of Montserrat as it gears up for the unique St Patrick’s Day Festival8 flights for under £45A smorgasbord of ideas for short breaks in unheralded European cities, all with flights for less than £45!Flights to Malaga among the most popular from Leeds Bradford this summerThousands of holidaymakers will embark on flights to Malaga and Alicante from Leeds Bradford International Airport.last_img read more