With its canals and its famous windmill that welcomes every traveler, the historical city of Leiden is beautiful and cozy, or as the Dutchies would say, gezellig.
Whether you’re working in The Netherlands or following an education: there’s one thing you can’t do without, and that’s an internet connection.
As more and more people look to remote opportunities for work and travel opens back up from the pandemic, science has shown this dynamic to be an undeniable personal positive.
At an average of 4 cups a day, the Dutch are some of the biggest coffee drinkers in the world. In 2017, a study showed that the Dutch do indeed drink so much per day on average.
“It is not the critic who counts; it’s not the man who points out how the strongman stumbles; or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena
Tilburg’s massive LocHal is a cultural and educational institution steeped in the history of the city.
Here are 7 words that could enrich your Dutch vocabulary although chances are you will not learn them at school
Spanish cycling enthusiasts David Saiz and Ana Castán had an idea during the pandemic that allowed for Dutch bicycles to have a second life in their home country.
After the wild popularity of Amsterdam’s Instagram Experience, experience entrepreneur Youseum has now cashed in on the current craze that is TikTok with one of the countries quirkiest museums.
Have you heard of the sleep chronotype? In all honestly, you probably have not