Giving birth can be traumatic, but being born can be as well. Imagine sitting in a warm bubble surrounded by food and a bright orange-red light as if you were lying on the beach.
You may not know it, but there’s a growing kickboxing scene on the streets of Amsterdam, outside the reach of the law. Would you dare step into the ring with the Netherlands’ fiercest fighters?
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.
Giving a second life to clothes is not only trendy but also sustainable. Amsterdam has always been a mecca for second-hand lovers.
Recognized as one of the most powerful in the world, the Dutch passport grants access to over 150 countries. Of course, with a Dutch passport, you can also enjoy free movement across the European Union. A luxury that extends to residence as well.
Though you wouldn’t guess it from a glimpse at the murky water, the canals of the Netherlands are home to more than just bicycles and beer cans. They’re also teeming with fish.
A Dutch telecoms company has given us a glimpse of the world’s first robot tattoo artist. Linked by 5G to an actual artist, the technology shows what might soon become commonplace, but can the human touch really be replaced?
Summer’s nearly over, but there’s still time to grab a beer and a picnic at some of the Netherlands’ best city parks. The Dutch take their parks seriously, and with sun in short supply here, why not follow their lead?
The Coronavirus may be subsiding in Europe, but its social effects still linger. In the Netherlands, home to some of the world’s best clubs and festivals, this is felt no stronger than on the dancefloor.