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Holland for Kids

Holland for Kids

"Holland" (North and South), is just two provinces in the Netherlands, but is famous for its cities of Amsterdam, The Hague, Delft, and the artists Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh. The pastoral landscape doesn't come easy – a big chunk of the Netherlands is land reclaimed from the sea. Kids will enjoy exploring the canals, windmills, and dikes throughout the Netherlands. Read More

About the Netherlands

About the Netherlands

The Dutch are a surprising people. They live - all 16 million of them - on 41,528 square kilometres, little more than half the size of Scotland. The Netherlands is thus one of the world's most densely populated countries.

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Relaxed Amsterdam is best seen on foot

Relaxed Amsterdam is best seen on foot

It felt as if I was gliding on air, hovering smoothly over the streets of Amsterdam, past the Royal Palace and over canal bridges, as the ubiquitous Heineken beer signs became a green blur.

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Utrecht is child's play

Utrecht is child's play

City is home to no fewer than 16 museums, several of which will delight children of all ages, Dick Bruna House celebrates work of internationally renowned children's author

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Amsterdam's dark side

Amsterdam's dark side

A huge tourist draw, the city's notorious Red Light district is under scrunity by Dutch authorities Read More

Where to eat

Where to eat

In Amsterdam you can find all kind of restaurans. a complete list would, and does, fill a whole book, so we can only hope to give you some recommendations here. Not surprisingly, most restaurants are in the city centre, and just walking there you will pass many of high quality. Restaurants ...

Holland a small country with great possibilities

Holland a small country with great possibilities

Tulips, windmills, clogs and cheese. These are the first things associated with Holland. The Dutch are proud of their country and believe that it also has lots more to offer you.

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Green Amsterdam

Green Amsterdam

For those of you who have visited the city center of Amsterdam but feel like changing atmosphere take the Plantage tour. You will be shown some of Amsterdam’s beautiful green and wide avenues, you will visit the zoo of Amsterdam, and be able to admire beautiful botanic gardens

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Markets in Amsterdam

Markets in Amsterdam

The history of the Amsterdam markets goes back more than 100 years. The first market opened in 1783 in the Jewish quarter. The government forced it to move to its current location at the Waterlooplein. World War II caused the market to close and although it was restored after the war, it never regained its original flare.

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How to Eat in Amsterdam on the Cheap

How to Eat in Amsterdam on the Cheap

Amsterdam isn't one of the cheapest cities in Europe, but it is one of the most fun.

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