Amusement parks are gearing up for Easter weekend, the traditional opening weekend of high season. Karin Kuiper, Chairman of Club Van Elf, said: The group represents many thematic his parks, zoos and museums, such as Efteling, Appenhalle and Van Gogh Museum.
Kuiper said he cannot yet predict how busy Easter will be. “It depends a lot on the weather, what else to do and the choices people make.”
Lisse’s Keukenhof says tickets for Saturday and Sunday are sold out.
A Staatsbosbeheer spokeswoman said: “In the nature reserve you can also expect pleasant crowds. Although the weather also plays an important role in the popularity of the natural area. “Traditionally, families have to go for walks. I know there is.”
Staatsbosbeheer urges visitors to stay on marked trails, keep dogs on leash, and take trash home to dispose of.
The Dutch infrastructure agency Rijkswaterstaat also expects more traffic on the roads over the Easter weekend, especially Easter Monday. Roermond’s Keukenhof and Designer He Outlet shopping center will be the main cause of traffic jams on Easter weekend.
The upcoming Easter motor race at the Zandvoort circuit could bring congestion to the roads to the seaside resort of North Holland on Saturday and Sunday. On Easter Monday, in addition to sightseeing such as day trips, there are many short vacation homecomings, and roads are congested.
https://nltimes.nl/2023/04/08/tourist-attractions-nature-sites-getting-ready-easter-weekend Tourist attractions and nature sites gear up for Easter weekend