This is an overview of the affiliate partnerships of FlitterFever.com on alphabetical order. Click on the banner or name in bold to go to the parner’s site.
Agoda is a well-known hotel booking website, especially good for Asia.
Amazon.de is the way to go for folks from both The Netherlands and Germany. The Netherlands does not have their own .nl Amazon website! Simply select your language right next to the search bar to find what you are looking for. Travel books, music, video, software, hardware, electronics, fashion, etc. All at competitive prices! Go and have a look.
Bever Outdoor has a huge collection of clothes, shoes and other stuff you may need outdoors, whether it is near your home or far way in another country. Shipping to The Netherlands only!
- FREE DELIVERY from EUR 25, –
- FREE RETURN in all Bever stores
- 365 DAYS reflection time*
- Pay post-delivery with Klarna for free
Bol.com is like Amazon but then most popular in The Netherlands. Everybody uses it. What started with books has now become the biggest webshop of the country, with almost anything you can imagine, from garden tools to make-up, diapers, toys, music, electronics, etc. Have a look and you will be amazed. It is even possible to get things delivered today! In The Netherlands that is.
When not booking via a travel agency, I almost always book my accommodation via booking.com. I love the search/filter options and the variety and quality of offerings, there are more than 28 million options in 228 countries! Booking.com started in Amsterdam in 1996. Their mission is ‘to make it easier for everyone to experience the world’ and I believe they do! Very easy to use, all information needed, many offerings that only require payment upon check-out and competitive in prices. Ideal!
35 years ago Djoser introduced the other way of traveling to Egypt. The land of the Pharaohs has remained the specialty of the house, yet nowadays the programs offered cover all continents. Djoser organizes more than two hundred different group trips to app. 100 countries, also suitable for families with children. Also for particular interests like walking or bicycling group trips.
Eliza was here
Eliza was here is specialized in cozy, stylish and small-scale accommodation in Southern Europe: Spain, Portugal, Italy, Malta, Greece and Cyprus. “Where everyone turns right, I turn left. In this way I discover the most special destinations and holiday addresses.”. Discover the hidden gems! Besides The Netherlands, Eliza was here is also active from Denmark and Germany. Member of ANVR, SGR and Calamity Fund.
Travel comfortably and cheaply with FlixBus. Book your ticket easily and quickly online without booking fees. Affordable bus rides with power plugs and free WIFI though 28 countries in Europe. Great for backpackers and other budget travellers!
Get Your Guide
Among frequent travelers and travel agents GetYourGuide is a well-known and popular website to book tours and excursions, activities like cooking classes and tickets to numerous tourist attractions. GetYourGuide includes more than 40,000 options for destinations around the world.
Founded in 1926 in Amsterdam, the good old HEMA is an all-time favorite of mine. I buy there a lot of things; from travel stuff to socks to wine to notebooks to whatever you need. All items are developed by HEMA itself and are always of good quality, competitively priced and have a unique design. Shop online and get it delivered at home or pick your pre-ordered items up at the branch of your choice in The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, England, France, Austria, Spain or the UAE.
Interhome has almost 50.000 holiday homes available in 31 countries throughout Europe. Local service includes handling of booking process, key transfer and final cleaning. Active since 1965, Interhome still maintains it’s high Swiss star classification standards. 5 million overnight stays 2018. Dogs often allowed. Member of ANVR, SGR and Calamity Fund.
At Klook, tours, activities and attractions at many top destinations are yours to explore. Also wifi, SIM card, train tickets and passes, etc. Asia, Middle East, Pacific, Europe, North America, a few African countries… Klook will continue to grow.
Kras offers affordable car holidays, sun holidays, city trips, round trips, bus trips and cruises from The Netherlands. Available online 24/7 and by phone Monday to Saturday 08.30-23.00h and Sunday 10.00-23.00h. My parents travel with Kras every year, the group travels are worry free and guided well. Member of ANVR, SGR and Calamity Fund.
Q-Park is one of the largest parking service providers in Europe. Q-Park is the market leader in the Netherlands with over 375 parking facilities in almost all major cities. Q-Park offers a unique parking product, called Park + Fly, for Schiphol and Eindhoven airports. You can park for a maximum of 22 days in a Q-Park parking garage from € 4,43 per day. This rate includes free transportation from and to the airport. With this unique offer, Q-Park is the cheapest parking provider around Schiphol and Eindhoven airports.
Radisson Hotels NL
Radisson Blu has 265 high quality hotels in 65 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. I love staying at their hotels and bet you will too!
Sauna & wellness NL
For more see my article Relax at my favorite saunas in The Netherlands.
More than 250 journeys around the world with lots of individual freedom. Sawadee has seen many beautiful places and wildlife. Customer rating: 8.6 / 10. Sawadee offers group trips, unique single trips, sustainable travel and family travel from 4 years old. Member of ANVR, SGR and Calamity Fund.
Skyscanner is an online travel company based in Edinburgh, Scotland. I use it to check flight options and prices. Skyscanner connects demand and supply by offering the possibility to book flights and more via the website, which links to a partner website such as Kilroy or Expedia where you can actually book the flight. Be careful when booking a flight online, especially on brokers websites. Check reviews and Dutch bookers should check ANVR membership, SGR, etc. Broker websites tend to be difficult to contact when something is going wrong, like when the airline strikes or your flight gets cancelled for example.
For rental cars, I am a big fan of Sunny Cars. Most Dutch professional travel agents use them and they are SMART! Sunny Cars is an all-inclusive, worry free rental concept with affordable, fair prices, great service and no unpleasant surprises upon pick up or drop off. Ideal, I use them all the time!
TakeMeTour is a niche site where you can easily book guided tours, activities, 4G SIM card, airport – hotel transfers, tuk tuk rides, spa treatments and massages, etc. in Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Philippines and Vietnam.
TUI is a big travel organization with fully organized package trips to more than a 100 destinations by plane, bus, car or train. TUI even has their own airline and more than 130 TUI stores. Not happy = money back. Member of ANVR, SGR and Calamity Fund. Discover your smile!
Just like GetYourGuide, Viator is a website where travelers can book tours, day trips, activities, workshops etc. at destinations all over the world. Different tours/activities but same principle.
Book easily and quickly all kinds of activities, transfers, etc. specifically for Asia (including Japan), Spain, UK, France, Italy and USA via Voyagin. Discounts, flexible cancellation policy and instant confirmation so suitable for last-minute bookings as well.
World Wide Campers
Thanks to WorldWideCampers.com free and non-binding quotes for motorhome rentals in Australia, America, Canada, New Zealand, South America, Southern Africa and Europe can easily be requested. Comparing different providers of camper rental and finding the best deal has never been easier! Available in English, Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian and French.
Home-based in Bangkok, 12Go Asia is a well-known, reliable website for online ticket bookings for trains, buses, ferries, taxi transfers and flights within Southeast Asia.
What does affiliate mean?
At the end of numerous articles it is mentioned ‘This blog contains affiliate links’. Nothing special, but it is mandatory by law to let readers know this. It means that in case you decide to purchase something from the linked website, Flitter Fever will receive a tiny commission. Relax, you will not pay anything extra!! Only the linked website will pay Flitter Fever a few cents for linking (potential) buyers to their website.
See it as a sign of appreciation; since I made the efforts to write this blog and recommended something great to you, you allow me to receive a few cents from them, which I will use to improve this website and write about more great stuff. Obviously, Flitter Fever only links to products, services, etc. that are in line with what I would buy/do myself.