The Netherlands

The Netherlands Travel Guide

Articles about The Netherlands

By Erika Owen
There's a hands-on art installation in Centrumeiland, Amsterdam—Urban Campsite Amsterdam—looking to give beach-goers even more of a chance to fall asleep to the sound of waves past their impromptu afternoon naps. Fourteen architects, designers, an...
By Jane Szita
In recent years, Amsterdam has become a hotbed for annual summer festivals, devoted to everything from various kinds of music, theatre, comedy, and more. Whether you’re hankering to hear classical music on the canals (the Grachtenfestival) or to c...
By Spencer Peterson
This summer, Japanese installation artist Taturo Atzu (also known as Tatzu Nishi) is inviting Amsterdam to an architectural domain usually left to the birds. The 802-year-old Oude Kerk church is wearing a stark-white viewing platform of Atzu’s des...
By Spencer Peterson
This summer, Japanese installation artist Taturo Atzu (also known as Tatzu Nishi) is inviting Amsterdam to an architectural domain usually left to the birds. The 802-year-old Oude Kerk church is wearing a stark-white viewing platform of Atzu’s des...
By Spencer Peterson
This summer, Japanese installation artist Taturo Atzu (also known as Tatzu Nishi) is inviting Amsterdam to an architectural domain usually left to the birds. The 802-year-old Oude Kerk church is wearing a stark-white viewing platform of Atzu’s des...
By Jane Szita
Fresh off a successful Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek, Amsterdam continues its celebration of style this summer by launching a series of fashion-related exhibitions. From turning back the clock to London’s Swinging Sixties scene, to a study of fashion ...

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.

Restaurants in The Netherlands

Opened by the owners of the neighboring restaurant Envy, Vyne attracts oenophiles to its long, narrow, light oak bar with suede banquettes, behind which resides a vast collection of mostly European wines.

Things to do in The Netherlands

This ethnographic museum is an initiative from the Royal Tropical Institute, which seeks to understand and preserve non-Western cultures. The ornate, four-story brick building houses art, photographs, music, and film to highlight the cultures of Asia, Africa, and Latin America.