The Cost of One Week in the Netherlands 1


We only got one week in the Netherlands, which we split between Amsterdam and Den Haag. It was rainy and cold most of the time we were there, so we ended up spending a majority of our time playing board games. We visited the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and took a wander through the red light district, but alas, we did not stop into a coffee shop (though we smelled several as we strolled around). As we found ourselves saying for pretty much everywhere we visited: We’ll just have to go back.

Note: Most of our purchases were on the credit card, but some were made in cash. To get an accurate approximation of how much in USD we spent, I used the exchange rate that our cards gave us on the day on or nearest to the date that our cash purchase was made.

Hallo, Nederland!

US$784.55/ 7days ≈ US$98.07/day

Transportation: US$233.74

Accommodation: US$191

Food: US$191.85

Adventure/sightseeing: US$20.67

Miscellaneous: US$147.29

Grand Total So far: US$7,820.69 (New Zealand) + US$3,547.80 (Australia) + US$6,153.16 (Japan) + US$3261.79 (SERBIA, CROATIA, and GREECE) + US$1696.18(BudaKraPraVienna) + US$2,230.59(Italy) + US$3,861.82 (France) + US$1,793.33 (Germany) + US$784.55 (Netherlands)= US$31,149.91

Divide that by 343 days of travel and that leaves us with an average of just over US$90.82 for both of us, or about US$45.41 per person per day.

Want to see more pictures from our travels? Like us on Facebook or follow Kristin on Instagram!


Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

One thought on “The Cost of One Week in the Netherlands