Even if the Netherlands are quite liberal and progressive in many fields, such as gay marriage, there are still fields where work needs to be done. One of these fields is women in tech.
Are you on the hunt for one-of-a-kind furniture? Unique pieces to transform your space but won’t break the bank?
After relocating to a new country, there are plenty of things to think about. How to find a house, what’s the right health insurance, where to find a job? Another important thing, that may only come to mind after some time, however, is recycling.
Are you thinking of adopting a dog that becomes your best friend? Then you are not alone. The dog is one of the most popular pet species in the Netherlands.
When’s the last time you learned suggestive words in your Dutch language class? Raunchy phrases that are easy to remember but almost too embarrassing to say aloud?
With its annual ten-day funfair, museums, shops, and cute districts, Tilburg is becoming hip and happening for families but also couples that are into a short getaway.
The cost of living in the Netherlands can be very high. Needless to say, people living here constantly look for ways to save money as much as they can.
This month, The Hague International Centre celebrates its 10 year anniversary. Though unable to celebrate in person, it has moved its celebrations online in recognition of the support gained since its start.
The Netherlands has a vibrant, unique history in film. The country has been home to many exciting cinematic endeavors since the production of the first Dutch film in 1896.
For many expats the holiday season is an opportunity to head home, have family over or reunite with loved ones and enjoy delicious foods (like turkey!). However, visiting home may not be much of an accessible option this year.