Queens Day is a glossy celebration, extremely vibrant, putting on show events such as parties, concerts, parades, colorful street markets, and special events for the cream of the society and thus bestows a memorable experience.
Queen's Day is a national holiday in The Netherlands, which entire country celebrates with great rejoice and gaiety. It is a day when all shops, museums and other places of tourists interest are either closed earlier or are shut on the very day itself. Even if, the actual Queen is not amongst the natives of the town but still her daughter Queen Beatrix has not compromised in the celebrations of the each and every festivity that has played a major role in keeping the national culture of the country still alive. Each town and city looks like a fairground, letting your eyes jammed at the bright orange pendants wave in the wind and town choirs welcome the day and hence converts the streets into an Al-fresco market as attics are emptied to sell the covered possessions.
Seriously, believe us that the fireworks in the Queen's Day celebrations cannot be found in anywhere else. Actual fun starts in the evening before Queen's Day with KoninginneNach. In Amsterdam, the swarm dresses typically in orange, gather next to the waterfront by night expecting for spectacular sight to behold the whole merriment. The inexplicable boat scene with live bands line the channel as striking display of light in the sky and the gay and lesbian versions that take place nearby Homomonument and Reguliersdwaarsstraa, further add treat to your eyes. Nonetheless, where on one end, children entertain themselves in Vondel park, bargain -hunters on the other end, indulge themselves in purchasing something very unique from the packed flea market.