Vlissingen is a perfect weekend destination in the Netherlands! In this city guide to Vlissingen, we will introduce you to the best activities, how to reach the seaside city, where to dine and drink, and where to stay.
Breskens is a bustling little harbor town in The Netherlands. Find out more about the charming harbor town, how to reach it, what to do, where to drink and dine, and where to stay overnight.
Bilderberg Chateau Holtmühle is a medieval castle that’s located in Tegelen, the Netherlands. Here you will find all the luxury facilities for a pampering weekend. Are you ready to sleep like a royalty?
Autumn in the Netherlands to me is absolutely stunning with all the breathtaking landscapes! For those ready to visit the Netherlands during autumn I will share the best things to do. Enjoy!
Let’s introduce you to a Dutch tradition that takes place each third Tuesday in September: Prinsjesdag. Learn more about the golden coach, the throne, the beautiful excess and briefcase.
When you are visiting The Netherlands at Springtime, be sure to check out the Betuwe. All over the Betuwe you can find beautiful blossoms of fruit trees and historical villages like Buren and Amerongen!
Feeling like going out tonight in Utrecht? Nightlife in Utrecht is the “best kept secret” in the Netherlands. Check out all amazing nightclubs, pubs and cafes and go see for yourself!
Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, or just searching for plant-based dining options in Utrecht, this list will help you find a few great places to head to for delicious vegetarian or vegan meals.
Planning on visiting Groningen? Read this Two days Groningen Itinerary and get to know one of the most beautiful and offbeat places to visit in The Netherlands. Enjoy this city guide of Groningen!
Is winter a good time to visit the Netherlands? Yes! The weather can be unpredictable with sun, rain, snow, and cold temperatures, but the landscapes are beautiful and there is plenty of things to do.
We all know some weird phrases we use in our home countries that have unusual meanings. The Dutch love expressions and will litter their everyday conversations with them.
I have to admit that visiting a museum is not my most favorite thing to do on a holiday. There’s something about moving slowly, watching art, piece to piece, while bumping into the person ahead of you.