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How long is it from NORWAY to THE NETHERLANDS?

How long does it take to travel from Norway to The Netherlands? That is what I'm testing in this video. Enjoy!

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THE NETHERLANDS | 10 Facts you didn't know!

In this video we will be giving you 10 facts about The Netherlands. What better way of discovering new facts than getting them straight from the locals. We hope you enjoyed the video. If you do, let us know in the comments what your favorite fact was.
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Aljazeera - The Traveler - The Netherlands - Episode 3

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This is a an episode from a season we directed and produced for The Traveler, a new travel series broadcasted on Al Jazeera Arabic.

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So tiny and though so great, an ever thriving country from the East Indies times in the Golden age to an important main hub in Europe. Mostly under sea level, the Dutch got skilled winning land and fighting water, which led to engineering masterpieces like the Delta works. A modern community where the cities are big cosy villages, people go by bike, eat stroopwafels and cheese. In the Netherlands whether you like traditional mills and clogs or mingle in easily in the hotchpotch of cultures, Gogh and Rembrandt, or a stroll along the dikes, you won’t be bored.


In this episode Rotterdam, Hotel New York, it's giant port, city life and the Euromast, an airborn view over the city, The flower capital of Lisse, pittoresque Delft and the porcelain of Royal Blue Delft, Zaanstad en the historic site of De Zaanse Schans and last but no least the engineering miracle of the Deltaworks.

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Aljazeera - The Traveler - The Netherlands - Episode 1

Make sure to activate the subtitles while watching.

This is a an episode from a season we directed and produced for The Traveler, a new travel series broadcasted on Al Jazeera Arabic.

originally launched and broadcasted in April 2018

Check the other episodes:

This time: The Netherlands!

So tiny and though so great, an ever thriving country from the East Indies times in the Golden age to an important main hub in Europe. Mostly under sea level, the Dutch got skilled winning land and fighting water, which led to engineering masterpieces like the Delta works. A modern community where the cities are big cosy villages, people go by bike, eat stroopwafels and cheese. In the Netherlands whether you like traditional mills and clogs or mingle in easily in the hotchpotch of cultures, Gogh and Rembrandt, or a stroll along the dikes, you won’t be bored.


In this episode Amsterdam, Holland's vibrant capital, bicycle riding trough old town, Gassan Diamonds, Canal exploring by electric boat, Europe's highest swing, Vondelpark, The maritime museum, Rijksmuseum, adrenaline rush through flyboarding, the city of Alkmaar and it's cheeses.

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Dutch free range farming - The Netherlands from above

How far from the farming life do we live and what do we really know about our food production? Still, the Netherlands is for an important part an agricultural country. We export a lot, but we also transport a lot of food. The megaliths and industrial food production are at odds with the idyllic picture that we cherish from the countryside: a little keet farmer, with a few cows and a blissful smile on his face. We know that the time of that farmer's romantic image is over. Nestled among the trees, hobby farmer Harm Joling keeps an untouched piece of moor. We cherish the illusion, recommending free range milk over the conventional milk from cows in stables, and that gives us the feeling that we are self-sufficient. We massively try to prepare our own food ourselves, as much as possible. Abandoned lands in large cities are transformed into vegetable gardens. That’s how we maintain the illusion, on a small scale.

The Netherlands from above shows us a country from a spectacular perspective. From the sky it is possible to see how the Netherlands changes through the seasons, and how in parallel they form the determining moments of our own life cycle. Through data visuals, impressive aerial images and portraits of people on the ground, the second series of the Netherlands from above outlines an image of how time has changed our country and how we move in it. The way we live from day to day, and from generation to generation in this country reflects our resilient mentality. The Netherlands from above season 2 tells us the story of seeing and taking opportunities, falling and rising up again, reinventing the wheel again and again. Where the first series was an ode to the makeable Netherlands, this second series is an ode to our resilience.

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From atmospheric cellar bars and historic windmills to tulip fields and world-renown art, discover the delights of the top things to do in the Netherlands.
There’s more to see in the Netherlands than its cosmopolitan and laidback capital of Amsterdam. The Netherlands may be a small country but it's packed with history, has beautiful countryside bursting with wildlife and unique flora, and a mind-blowing amount of world-class art and museums. It's well worth venturing beyond Amsterdam's limits to discover an array of top sites and things to do around the Netherlands.
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3. Kinderdijk
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8. Maastricht
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Strange Dutch laws still exist today!! Netherlands 4k

The Netherlands all know that in every country there are strange laws, and sometimes these laws are funny. In the Netherlands there are also these laws, which are still in place today, although these laws are no longer taken seriously, but they are laws, and you can go to jail if you violate them

How the Dutch Beat the Ocean | Why Amsterdam Has Canals

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10 Things Not to Do in Netherlands

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The Netherlands. There are so many things to discover in this wonderful country. But, before you go visit them, remember these things not to do.

1) Don't Call The Dutch Germans
A lot of people confuse the word Dutch with Deutch, and no, it's NOT the same thing! Dutch is the name of Netherland's citizens and the language they speak, whereas Deutch means German in the German language. There's a huge difference!

2) Don’t Call it Holland
The Netherlands is country with 12 provinces. It means 'lower countries' in reference to its low elevation and flat topography. But Holland is a region referring to only two of those provinces. Some use Holland to refer to the whole of the Netherlands, which is wrong. Netherland locals may take offence if you make this common mistake.

3) Don’t Abuse Drugs
Amsterdam is famous for the legalization of some narcotics. However, if during your stay, you feel inclined to partake in these usually illegal substances, remember to tread lightly. You don't want to be one of those lame, wasted tourists making a fool of themselves on the streets of Amsterdam...

4) Don’t Wander Into the Bike Lane
Back home the bike lanes may be less dangerous, but the Netherlands are so flat, it makes them ideal for cycling. Bike lanes are much more crowded and the cyclists much more ruthless when people loiter unknowingly in their designated path...

5) Don’t Forget to Tap Off
If you travel by train in the Netherlands, you need to tap your card on the reader before you board. Sure. But don't forget to tap off when you pass back through the gates even if they're already open! If you forget to tap off the counter will still be going and you'll be charged the maximum ticket fare.

6) Don't Take Pictures in the Red District
Taking pictures in the red district is not allowed, so if you are caught taking some, they can confiscate your camera or your phone. We're serious, DON'T do it.

7) Don't Use Tourist Buses
If you're in Amsterdam and want a sightseeing tour, rather than taking a bus you'll be sure to better enjoy a cruise down the many canals. There are also plenty of riverside bars and restaurants to be discovered!

8) Don't Speak Dutch
In the Netherlands they speak Dutch and English. And according to many of the locals, it's harder to master than Chinese and they prefer it if you don't try. So unless you're planning on moving there don't try and dabble in Dutch.

9) Don't Show Up Unannounced
If you want to visit someone's home or workplace, you should always phone ahead, first. They like to organize their day, and an unexpected visit may ruin their plans.

10) Don't Forget to say Goodbye
If you are with a group of people and you want to leave, don't forget to say Goodbye.
It's an important piece of social etiquette to warn in advance that you are going to leave and then shake hands as you bid farewell to everyone in the group. If you don't, they may think you're angry with them. So be polite!

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Earth from Space: The Netherlands

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Places to Visit in the Netherlands – MUST SEE NETHERLANDS

Places to Visit in the Netherlands - Must See Netherlands
These are some of the best places to visit in the Netherlands. As part of our Netherlands holiday, we explore Amsterdam on foot, seeing places in Amsterdam centre like Dam Square and the Amsterdam canals. We then go on a Volendam trip and explore some things to do in Volendam. Finally we visit Hoorn, with a lovely harbour and a short city tour of Hoorn.

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Visit The Netherlands - The Don'ts of The Netherlands

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Whether Heading to Amsterdam for a Crazy Night in the Red Light District, or to Haarlem for an architecture and art rendezvouses or to Rotterdam the Netherlands has a lot for people to do when they visit. This video goes over some things you shouldn't do when you go to The Netherlands.
The Don'ts of Visiting The Netherlands. Things Tourists Shouldn't Do in The Netherlands or Holland.
Filmed in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Don't #1. Don't Call The Netherlands, Holland. Holland is actually only two of the twelve counties in The Netherlands.
Don't #2. Don't Think the Netherlands is Just Amsterdam. There are tons of other towns, cities and villages to visit. From the flowers in Keukenhof to the Beauty of Groningen.
Don't #3. Don't Be stupid with Drugs or Alcohol when you visit. The coffeeshops are world famous and you should never buy drugs off the street.
Don't #4. Don't just bite into hot food. The Dutch like their fried food hot as can be, so make sure you take a second to blow on it or else you might lose a few skin cells.
Don't #5. Don't Wander into the Bike Lanes in The Netherlands. Those bikes will get you.
Don't #6, Don't Take the Dutch Attitude Personally. The Dutch are very straightforward and will ask you anything. So don't be upset, just know that is just how they are.
Don't #7. Don't Forget to Bring a chip card with a PIN number for purchasing from person-less kiosks & shops.
Don't #8. Have coins with you so you can pick up a snack on the go.
Don't #9. Don't Be Surprised if you see all the Dutch Tourism Stereotypes when you visit. From wooden shoes to windmills to cheese to really tall people on bikes, you will see them.
Don't #10. Don't forget to buzz your train ticket card when you enter and exit the platforms/stations.
Don't #11. Don't Take pictures of the girls in the windows in the Red Light District.
Don't #12. Don't Take the Hop On Hop Off Bus in Amsterdam. The bus cannot go a lot of places in the historic center. You would be better off on the hop on hop off canal boat.
Don't #13. Don't think that Amsterdam is just the red light district. It is so much more with culture, food, art.
Don't #14. Don't forget to Bring a jacket. It will rain while you are there, even if it says sunny.

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The Dutch transportation network - The Netherlands from above

We are always in transit, but how vulnerable are we? The Netherlands has a good reputation when it comes to logistics and transportation. All streamlined, all nicely designed to make the trek from A to B as smooth as possible. We even facilitate the travel of animals in the wild by using ecoducts. Usually, everything goes well, and sometimes, the system fails. The falconer at the airport is doing everything possible to prevent dangerous collisions with birds. But sometimes, traffic accidents happen and in some cases lead to organ transplantation. For that kind of transport, we have devised dizzying logistics.

The Netherlands from above shows us a country from a spectacular perspective. From the sky it is possible to see how the Netherlands changes through the seasons, and how in parallel they form the determining moments of our own life cycle. Through data visuals, impressive aerial images and portraits of people on the ground, the second series of the Netherlands from above outlines an image of how time has changed our country and how we move in it. The way we live from day to day, and from generation to generation in this country reflects our resilient mentality. The Netherlands from above season 2 tells us the story of seeing and taking opportunities, falling and rising up again, reinventing the wheel again and again. Where the first series was an ode to the makeable Netherlands, this second series is an ode to our resilience.

Presented by: Roel Bentz van der Berg
Directed by: Geert Rozinga

© VPRO November 2013

This channel offers some of the best travel series from the Dutch broadcaster VPRO. Our series explore cultures from all over the world. VPRO storytellers have lived abroad for years with an open mind and endless curiosity, allowing them to become one with their new country. Thanks to these qualities, they are the perfect guides to let you experience a place and culture through the eyes of a local. Uncovering the soul of a country, through an intrinsic and honest connection, is what VPRO and its presenters do best.

So subscribe to our channel and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you!
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Rotterdam, trams, canals, museums, Netherlands

Starting out at the Rotterdam train station, which is where you would probably be arriving when you come to Rotterdam, in the Netherlands. There's an excellent Tourist Information counter here where you can get a lot of good advice about the main sites you want to see in your visit.
The tram station out front is quite active with eight different tramlines running through it. You'll quickly reach anywhere in town from the central station.
There are very modern buildings in Rotterdam, and they are well planned with apartments in the downtown area and some parks and you've got the idyllic waterfront with the boat traffic and the apartments around it.
There is a culture history museum. There's an excellent art museum. And that's where we are heading soon in the program, show you a couple of fine museums.
First we walk along Westersingel canal, with parks along the banks of the canal, you've got some ducks quacking by and also it's an outdoor sculpture garden with fountains and benches and a wide promenade that makes for very easy and pleasant walking.
Then we visit a great museum, Boymans van Beuningen, which is one of the major art museums in the Netherlands, an amazing collection that spans from the Renaissance and earlier right up through modern design.
Then, the museum we are heading for next is all about people and culture history called the World Museum and English, or in Dutch, the name is Wereldmuseum.
The city population is 640,000 making it second largest after Amsterdam, but if you include the greater metropolitan area extending to the Hague, population totals 2.5 million. Rotterdam has got 38 skyscrapers and 352 high-rises with many more skyscrapers coming up soon.
There are nine different tramlines operating in Rotterdam, making this a very convenient way to get around, and they are thoroughly modernized. Although, in their beginnings, they were founded in 1878 as horse-drawn trams. In 1904 the first electric trams began service and gradually the horse wagons were phased out. By 1906 there was already five electric tramlines operating and then four more lines began in the next four years. The last horse cars stopped running by 1925. The maximum extent of Rotterdam's tramway network was 25 lines, which was reached in 1930.
Throughout the main cities of Europe, there has been a similar history of trams developing from horse to electric, and then declining, and in recent years, a resurgence in popularity of the system. Currently 40 different Dutch cities have operating tram systems, but only two have metros, Rotterdam and Amsterdam.

THE NETHERLANDS | Top 10 Must See

If you are in, or are going to, the Netherlands this is the video for you. Find out about the best places to visit and the most beautiful things to see. This little guide of Holland takes you from the beach, through the tulips fields, all the way to Amsterdam and on a magical side trip of the Efteling. Don't forget to bring some cheese along on your trip to make it as Dutch as can possibly be.

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