It’s a known fact that the Dutch love cycling. From a civilian to a wealthy politician, riding a bicycle is almost everyone’s favorite mode of transport.
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As much as the Netherlands is primed for getting around on two wheels, the convenience of owning a car can soon feel like an attractive option.
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.
Most of us associate parking with some form of ear-splitting headache, road rage and/or dizziness from ransacking the car for loose change. Thankfully, we’re in the technological age where parking apps are forever being developed to make your next trip to the city an absolute breeze.
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.
It doesn’t take long after moving to The Netherlands to realize that it’s a country built for cycling. Thanks to its vast flat landscape and safe network of bicycle paths, it’s an ideal place to get about on two wheels. But, plenty of us travel between cities for work.
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Once the bustling centre of social life, castles have since transformed from the most-coveted places to get into to the refurbished backdrops of film shoots. On a visit, you might catch sight of busy film crews, partake in highly-informative exhibitions, or explore vast pieces of land devoted to preserving centuries-old horticultural practices.