Tips and Articles for The Netherlands

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Vincent van Gogh fans can breathe a little easier, as a controversial self-portrait of the painter has finally been authenticated.On Monday, art experts... Read More

If you want to see the Colosseum in Rome, you better get in line, as the Italian landmark was just named the most popular tourist attraction on... Read More

A European airline apologized this week after a hijacking protocol was triggered but turned out to be a “false alarm.”Pilots on an Air Europa flight, a... Read More

There’s no better way to see the world than on two wheels.You don’t have to be a Tour de France winner in order to enjoy a long, scenic bike ride.... Read More

If you’re the type of person who likes to go all out with your costume for Halloween every year, and deeply enjoy scaring the neighborhood children with... Read More

This month marked a major milestone in aviation: the 100th anniversary of the world’s oldest airline, KLM. Well, the world’s oldest airline still... Read More

Starting next year, Amsterdam will have the highest tourist tax in Europe.Overnight visitors to the Dutch capital will now have to pay about $3 (€3) per... Read More

Like any new parent, Prince Harry is grateful for any opportunity to catch some z’s.The royal, who celebrates his 35th birthday this month, attended an... Read More

Colorful rows of glittering fairy lights surrounding charming cobblestone streets with small wooden figurines ready to come home in your suitcase — it... Read More

When you think of Amsterdam, romantic canals, mounds of cheese and idyllic windmills that hearken back to a simpler time come to mind.In fact, windmills... Read More

If you’re taking a trip to Europe with kids, don’t just drag them around to the major cities. Spice things up and make a stop at one of the continent’s... Read More

There’s a dairy farm with a herd of 32 cows floating off the port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Oh, and robots are helping to work it.The futuristic... Read More

The second heat wave of the summer is bearing down on Europe and is threatening to break records once again.On Tuesday, the French city of Bordeaux... Read More

 Airports are often the places where a traveler gets their first impression of a country. Delicious dining options are remembered fondly, for... Read More

Many of Europe’s best city hotels have the built-in benefit of centuries’ worth of history. You see it in the lavish design, the white-glove service,... Read More

Amsterdam has already taken steps to attract only “quality tourists” and ban organized tours of the Red Light District. Now, under the leadership of... Read More

Last year, TripAdvisor launched its inaugural “Travelers’ Choice Awards,” which recognizes 375 tours, experiences, and activities around the world. The... Read More

As you head into your fourth decade here on Earth, you're wiser, savvier, and likely equipped with more disposable income. So it's... Read More

Close your eyes and imagine an airplane. Chances are, you’ve visualized a long tube with a tail, two wings and a rounded nose. But that universal image... Read More

When you just can’t decide where to spend your summer vacation — whether it’s a family trip, couples getaway, group of friends, or solo — a cruise might... Read More

Like the slowest traffic lane, the busiest airport is always the one that you’re stuck in. But if you’re flying out of Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta,... Read More

With an area of just 16,412 square miles, the Netherlands is a small country — that's about half the size of the state of South Carolina. Yet somehow,... Read More

Prince Harry may have just welcomed his son, Archie, into the world a few days ago, but that isn't stopping him from traveling.On Wednesday, the new... Read More

Tulip season is in full bloom, and to celebrate, Pulitzer Amsterdam is doing something completely out of the ordinary. The grand property — a collection... Read More

Craving some adventure this summer? The notion of a solo trip might be a bit overwhelming at first, but once you get past the initial fear of traveling... Read More

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