Amsterdam ferry breaks could prove a popular option for culture vultures interested in visiting the city's newest museum.
The Hermitage Amsterdam recently celebrated the 100-day anniversary of its opening, during which time it has welcomed over 360,000 visitors.
People interested in seeing the attraction for themselves can take ferries to Amsterdam from Newcastle with DFDS Seaways
The museum opened with the exhibition At the Russian Court, which offers an insight into life in 19th century Russia through a selection of 1,800 objects borrowed from the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.
Based in the Amstelhof building, the display will be open until January 31st 2010.
People with an interest in art can book Amsterdam ferry breaks in advance to visit the Pioneers of Modern Art exhibition at the Hermitage, which will be launched on March 6th next year.
Work by painters including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Kees van Dongen will feature in the show.
Travellers planning to visit Holland can use P&O Ferries' Hull to Rotterdam ferry route or take ferries to Hook of Holland from Harwich with Stena Line
Posted by Andrew Smith