Tips and Articles for The Netherlands

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Tara Penke, from Santa Barbara, California, has lived in Barcelona since 2002. Five years ago, she and her Chilean husband, Jaime, opened a restaurant... Read More

Amsterdam is the perfect place to get your shopping done while taking in a little history lesson along the way. Along with many other survivals from the... Read More

If the word hostel conjures images of a grungy college dorms or communal bathrooms, it's time you examined your hostel choices. Seven new and... Read More

Just as London has its pubs, Amsterdam has its brown cafés—well-loved watering holes where you’ll find plenty of local character (and characters).... Read More

In the Netherlands, Halloween may be a recent Anglo-Saxon import, but that hasn’t stopped Amsterdam from taking the holiday to its heart, with a lively... Read More

“Vinyl is the real deal,” musician Jack White once said. “I've always felt like, until you buy the vinyl record, you don't really own the album.” This... Read More

After the inevitable delays, the long-awaited W Amsterdam, the city’s latest luxury hotel, is finally open (although the spa and fitness centre won’t be... Read More

Amsterdam's flat, compact, and lively streets make the city an ideal place to explore on foot. In fact, walking may be the best way to appreciate... Read More

Dutch artist M.C. Escher was a master of creating optical illusions, and now the Escher Museum in The Hague is accused of creating illusions of their... Read More

Like many other major cities, Amsterdam isn’t exactly famous for being cheap—and that’s a challenge if you’re on a budget. Many of the city’s most... Read More

With social sustainability a hot topic on the agenda of innovative hospitality concepts, Good Hospitality Group in Amsterdam proves that a satisfactory... Read More

Local riding clubs throughout Europe ritually celebrate hunting season with the annual Hubertus Hunt, a race typically held on the first weekend of... Read More

If you've ever wanted to spend a night in an actual sand castle, start planning your trip to next year's Zandsculpture Festival. Sand castle builders... Read More

While Amsterdam’s stores offer a wide range of shopping experiences, its markets have something else: a unique neighborhood atmosphere and the chance of... Read More

It’s one of the most popular destinations in the world, and with good reason. The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has the planet’s largest collection of... Read More

One-hundred twenty-five thousand sunflowers will appear in Amsterdam’s Museumplein this weekend, marking the completion of the Van Gogh Museum’s brand... Read More

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,... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

As the weather heats up in Amsterdam to a pleasant 70-something degrees, there’s no need to go indoors for your daily dose of culture. It’s the best... Read More

There’s a rare opportunity to relive Amsterdam’s great maritime history in August, when Sail Amsterdam brings a fascinating flotilla of historic sailing... Read More

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... Read More

In recent years, Amsterdam has become a hotbed for annual summer festivals, devoted to everything from various kinds of music, theatre, comedy, and more... Read More

This summer, Japanese installation artist Taturo Atzu (also known as Tatzu Nishi) is inviting Amsterdam to an architectural domain usually left to the... Read More

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