Entering the Netherlands gives a good number of options for all travellers and tourists. It gets even better and easier for nationals of certain countries that have endorsed and implemented the Schengen Agreement that removes border controls between such member states.
Whether by air, land, or sea, there is always an adventurous route in, but travelling by air seems to be the most convenient, plus it’s considered by most travellers as the best. Schiphol Airport seems to be the favourite landing spot for most tourists as it's located close to the country's capital, Amsterdam, in addition to its recognition as the fourth largest airport in all of Europe and of course the largest in the Netherlands. This airport welcomes travellers from most countries in the world and lands them on just a perfect spot to begin their tour round this beautiful country. Of course, the Schiphol Airport is not the only international airport in the country. The Netherlands has some other international airports like the Groningen-Eelde Airport, the Rotterdam Airport, and the Eindhoven Airport among others. There are other famous domestic airports to take one around the country.
Land travel is also possible with buses or cars. The country has a few number of bus services that run international movement, welcoming tourists from Paris, Milan, Bremen, Bosnia, and even Poland and a few other places. Cars run through a network of very good roads connecting Germany and Belgium with the Netherlands. Although it’s not uncommon for proper checks to be conducted at the borders road travel remains the cheapest means of entering the Netherlands.
Or you can choose to do it by train. There are high-speed trains that are comfortable, fast, and reliable, and may be considered as the best means for the middle-class traveller with bulky goods. The train network is even more convenient than making it into the country by air for tourists from neighbouring.