Given that the Netherlands is exceptionally flat, and has one of the highest population densities in the world, it is not very surprising to discover that there are a multitude of ways you can travel in and around the country. The Netherlands is of course famous for its very high numbers of cyclists; indeed, cycling is very much an integrated way of life, but on top of this there are excellent public transport links too.
Highly developed, fast and regular trains result in a great railway network, which often runs 24 hours a day between the main cities. The cities themselves are full of ways of getting around, from underground metros to overground trams, buses, taxis, bike taxis, even boats. There really are so many ways of getting from A to B quickly, meaning that an already small country shrinks even further, making it much easier to explore the Netherlands and also its bordering countries.
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