The Netherlands

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Articles about The Netherlands

By Alex Schechter
One-hundred twenty-five thousand sunflowers will appear in Amsterdam’s Museumplein this weekend, marking the completion of the Van Gogh Museum’s brand new all-glass entrance. The translucent new foyer—marked by 12-meter glass rafters and 9.4-meter...
By Alex Schechter
One-hundred twenty-five thousand sunflowers will appear in Amsterdam’s Museumplein this weekend, marking the completion of the Van Gogh Museum’s brand new all-glass entrance. The translucent new foyer—marked by 12-meter glass rafters and 9.4-meter...
By Jane Szita
The café terrace is to Amsterdam what the piazza is to Rome—a convivial social space where you savor a coffee or a beer while soaking up the sun, chatting with your neighbor, or indulging in some serious people-watching while lingering over a meal...
By Jane Szita
Ideal for those with more dash than cash, Amsterdam’s latest hotel is a seriously stylish option that won’t break the bank. The newly opened Motel One Amsterdam is part of the German chain Motel One, which is rapidly building a reputation based on...
By Jane Szita
As temperatures rise in Amsterdam this August, there’s a cool (and healthy) fast food alternative to the ubiquitous patat tent (fries joint). In the latest city restaurant fad, salad bars are popping up all over town, promising juices, raw vegetab...
By Jane Szita
As temperatures rise in Amsterdam this August, there’s a cool (and healthy) fast food alternative to the ubiquitous patat tent (fries joint). In the latest city restaurant fad, salad bars are popping up all over town, promising juices, raw vegetab...

Hotels in The Netherlands

This 129-room hotel with an arsenal of standout features, offers spare but opulent interiors, courteous service (especially praiseworthy in a city known for a lack thereof), and serious wellness amenities.

Things to do in The Netherlands

Well-edited contemporary Dutch design.