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8 Cities to Visit in the Netherlands, Beyond Amsterdam | #LetsgoDutch Netherland Travel Tips

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Haarlem, Netherlands: Top 10 Must See Attractions

Did you know, Haarlem is one of the cutest little towns in Netherlands and the most attractive place to visit after Amsterdam! My new video will take you through all the top attractions and the most happening places to visit in Haarlem. The most famous windmill in the Netherlands, the secret hofjes and the church which is a beer pub. Enjoy the video and please like and subscribe to Eur0ping.

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Walking Through the Streets of Utrecht, Netherlands

Exploring the beautiful old town of Utrecht in the Netherlands.
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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.
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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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BEST THINGS TO DO IN GOUDA// A visit to the cheese city of the Netherlands

Thinking of visiting the beautiful city of Gouda in the Netherlands? This travel vlog will tell you everything you need to know before making a trip to the South Holland town. Included are hidden gems of Gouda as well as must-see tourist attractions and destinations.

From spending an afternoon exploring the many museums, canals, and cobbled lanes the city has to offer to enjoying the culinary delights the city has to offer (kaas), here’s how to enjoy a long weekend exploring the settlement…

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The Netherlands is a BEAUTIFUL country, but instead of reading about it below - just watch the video! We do our best to show you the highlights from our 5+ weeks in The Low Country. For those of you who want to make this a little more fun, here’s a pop quiz for you:

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Groningen: Groningen is a charming student city in the Northern Netherlands and the perfect base for visiting the Netherlands’ barrier islands.

Schiermonnikoog: Due to the influence of the tides and its location between the Wadden Sea and the North Sea, the island has a climate that is different from that of the mainland. Schiermonnikoog is characterized by diverse landscapes including beaches, dunes, forests, tidal marshes, lakes and tidal flats.

Amsterdam: Visit the world-famous 17th century capital of Holland. Go for a boat tour on the canals, and stroll through Vondelpark. Amsterdam’s oldest houses, are a national treasure. Many of these stunning examples of architecture, found around the city’s Canal Ring, date back to the Dutch Golden Age when a building tax was calculated by the width of a property’s façade.

Dokkum: You don't even have to close your eyes to feel like you've gone back a few centuries! 

Burum: In this tiny town, you will find Windlust, a smock mill which was officially reopened in 2014 on Nationale Molendag - yes, the Dutch celebrate a National Mills Day.

Naarden: Naarden is an example of a Spanish star fort, complete with fortified walls and a moat.

Staverden: Staverden received its city rights in 1298 from the German King Rudolph but has never really become a true city. Staverden is officially the smallest city in the Netherlands.

The Hague: The Hague is the heart of Dutch politics where you will find beautiful museums filled with Dutch masterpieces. Visit the historic Binnenhof, or admire Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' at the Mauritshuis. Our favorites include Mesdag’s Panorama and Escher in het Paleis.

Madurodam: Visit Madurodam and discover all of Holland in a few hours. Ever since the opening in 1952 Madurodam has been one of the most iconic places in the Netherlands.
Muiderslot: The Muiderslot Castle is one of Holland’s most picturesque medieval castles.

Scheveningen: Let’s go to the beach! The Pier is one of the most notable icons in Scheveningen. Nearly 400 metres long and 45 metres high, it runs straight into the North Sea and offers a beautiful view of the village. *Video correction: the sun is setting over the North Sea (not the Atlantic!)*

Leiden: Leiden is a picturesque university city with many canals, ‘hofjes’ and museums. Leiden also has its own Hortus Botanicus, an impressive university garden filled with plants from around the world.

Rotterdam: Rotterdam is a city of many faces: a tough port city, a trendy modern city, and a hip artistic city. Check out the Maritime Museum when in Rotterdam to learn about Rotterdam’s role as a port city. Don’t miss a walk over the Erasmus Bridge. At its highest point, the Erasmus bridge is 139-meters tall. Known as the 'Erasmusbrug' in Dutch, the bridge has also been lovingly nicknamed The Swan (‘De Zwaan’) by locals due to the distinctive shape of that one, asymmetrical pylon.

Zoetermeer: It’s got everything you need! Zoetermeer was our homebase for our entire stay in the Netherlands - thanks to our wonderful hosts! We miss our daily trips to Albert Heijn in the Meerzicht with Miss Moneypenny. We’ll be back soon!

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My Summer in the Netherlands

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We've arrived in the Netherlands and a visit to Zierikzee

We've arrived in the Netherlands and a visit to Zierikzee

In this vlog we drive around Antwerp and leave Belgium, arriving in neighbouring Holland (The Netherlands)

We find a lovely quiet spot for our first vanlife night in the Netherlands. In the morning we drive to the nearby town of Zierikzee. It's a wonderful town and well worth a visit. We get Doris our Drone up for a few aerial shots.

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We Moved Again! | The Netherlands

Surprise! We moved again while we're in the Netherlands. Why and where to? See it in this video! We give a house tour where we bring the baby home, we show you the surroundings and you get acquainted with typical Dutch pastries, raw fish, cheese and a fun small-scale festival ...

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Visit The Netherlands - 5 Things You Will Love & Hate about The Netherlands

Visiting the Netherlands is more than just visiting Amsterdam. There are so many wonderful things to see and do, from the architecture and amazing museums to the biking opportunities to all the windmills and flowers, to the bad parts of visiting The Netherlands, the stigma that the Netherlands are just a drunken party for tourists in the red light district of Amsterdam and did we mention the service? Here are five things you will love and hate about visiting the Netherlands.
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Hate #1. The Drunk/High Tourists in the Red Light District in Amsterdam: and how they have become a defacto image of The Netherlands, when The Netherlands has so much to offer travelers.
Hate #2. The Stairs: look the stairwells in the Netherlands are more like Ladders so be careful on them. Don't bring heavy bags.
Hate #3. The Service: as much as we love the Dutch people, the service is not something you will write home about. It's professional, but not overly friendly.
Hate #4. The Bike Lanes: Remember, Red is Dead... you will understand the first time you walk into a bike lane in The Netherlands.
Hate #5. The Unpredictable nature of Dutch weather.

Love #1. The Architecture and Culture throughout The Netherlands. The guild houses that will fill up gigs of data on your camera to amazing churches to museums stocked full of amazing art there is so much to enjoy and see in The Netherlands.
Love #2. The Transportation and Tourism Infrastructure: The Netherlands is super easy to get around.
Love #3. That there is so much more to The Netherlands than just Amsterdam: go explore the country, from Haarlem to Groningen to so many more great towns around the country.
Love #3b. The People of the Netherlands: from their amazing English to their great sense of humor to their directness the Dutch can make for a great time.
Love #4. The biking opportunities and easiness of renting bikes and exploring The Netherlands on two wheels.
Love #5. The drinking and snacking opportunities all over the country.

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Starting off a year of travel in Amsterdam, Giethoorn, Utrecht, Rotterdam, and the windmills of Zaanse Schans & Kinderdijk.

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The Netherlands wasn’t my intended first country on this gap year. Western Europe was actually completely out of the question. But since my girlfriend and I originally had plans to go anyway, it made more sense to combine the Europe trips in one trip. Three months in Eastern Europe and 3 weeks in the West. Not only save myself for too many long haul flights, but I save money and airmiles.

Amsterdam was my first city and it was a great start for this year of travel, especially traveling with a companion for a change. After all, she wanted to see Amsterdam and I couldn’t see it without her. The jetlag the first time in Europe was totally fine and I slept like a baby that first night. This time, I felt insane, and so did she. For starters we got lost and confused with public transport since the city was renovating the Centraal train station. I rarely get frustrated while traveling but the jet lag didn’t help with my patience. She was so exhausted that she couldn’t even get frustrated with me or the experience.

We however did arrived at our first Airbnb right outside the canal system got settled and made some time to walk around. We walked back to get groceries for our little kitchen and as expected, fell asleep at 8 pm with all of our clothes on. 12 hours later we reset our bodies and had a nice day walking around Amsterdam, ending our night off with a nice local brew at the IJ Brewery where we saw our first windmill.

Next morning we set off on a long train journey north to the little village of Giethoorn where we caught two trains and a bus, which was costly in my opinion ($25 train, $10 round trip bus, $25 to get back.) Pricey, but it was surely worth the trip as we were the only Americans with maybe 12 to 15 other Dutch tourists. Part of the town is only accesible by boat giving you a fairytale feel, but foreal. It was incredible taking a nice boatride around. In a race against time, and the sun, we made our way to the bus (another $10 RT) that takes you all the way up to Zaanse Schans, a well preserved windmill town. Our stop was the last out of 20 stops, traffic was bad, and I was geting anxious to beat the sun. Thankfully we did, and caught a gorgeous sunset with the windmills. To cheers our trip, we went to a local coffee shop and smoked, the dirty Dutch way. ;)

Next day we set off for the mini Amsterdam city of Utrecht. The rain that day really made our trip unpleasant as we booked a last minute stay at a hostel really far from the city center and waiting around for a couchsurfing host was going to make things harder. We still made do with going into the city despite freezing rain and strong wind. We were pretty miserable, but were happy to still do our bests to enjoy it.

Thanks to the help of my little companion, we found a bus from Utrect that could take us to Kinderdijk, another area with windmills but 10 times better. We beat the rain with all of our stuff and made the experience work so well. It’s efforts like this that pay off and make you just oh so happy. We saw the windmills in an hours time in time to catch the next bus into Rotterdam where we stayed at the infamous Cubehouse, one hell of a trippy experience I must say.


Rotterdam isn’t so mind blowing as it is much more modern despite the destruction Nazi Germany caused. But it is still a nice city to spend some time in with all the modern architecture and bridges. We managed to make our way to Schiedam to see some more windmills, went aboard the S.S. Rotterdam and grabbed a drink with a friend at Fenix Food Factory before ending our trip and making our way to Belgium. :) …to be continued

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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.

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AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS pt2! Travel Vlog/Video~

Hi Everyone!

Welcome back to all those who are returning and welcome to all those who are new~

This video is the eighth part (part a) of the thirteen-part series I am doing on my trip to Europe in Summer 2018 (if you would like to skip forward to the part of the trip in Amsterdam, you can do so at 1:10!)


I will put all of the places I went to down below!! If anyone has any questions or comments, feel free to let me know!~

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May 29, 2018 (Amsterdam, Netherlands Day 2)
--Woke up at 7:58am for breakfast that was provided for us by the airbnb.
--Afterwards, we packed and checked out of our airbnb to head over to Amsterdam for our final horrah with a free tour.
--We left our bags at the Amsterdam Central which was pretty cheap (10 euros for all four of our bags) and then headed into the center of the city to go on a free tour (we thought we had time to wander around but the tour we originally wanted to go on never showed/we couldn't find them, so we rushed over to join the Sandman tours and they luckily accepted us!)-although the tour was a bit bland
--After the tour, we went souvenir shopping, picked up our bags and waited for our bus to head over to Antwerp, Belgium!


This is only part A of the eight part! Part B will be coming out on Saturday at 3pm so keep a look out ;) I LOVE YOU AMSTERDAM!


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NIJMEGEN in 5 minutes | NETHERLANDS ???? DRONE VIDEOS

See, discover and enjoy Nijmegen. We visit the oldest city in the Netherlands - and discover much more than we expected. Our top tips from Nijmegen now in 5 minutes. Top hotels*: and

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5 leukste steden van Nederland!

De leukste steden van Nederland! Vind ik dan hè. In deze video vertel ik over mijn 5 favoriete steden in Nederland. Ideaal voor een weekendje weg. Hou je van shoppen, steden met een flinke dosis historie en genoeg keuze in restaurants? Dan heb ik in deze video dé tips voor je! Wat is jouw favoriete stad?

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Most Delicious Burger in BRISTOL?! + Exploring Clifton Suspension Bridge (Bristol, England)

We've got one last day in Bristol, England! We start with what might be the best burger in the Bristol, then head off to see the Clifton suspension bridge. We end the day with souvlaki at a box park eatery ????????????????????????????????Goodbye UK, you've been amazing, and we'll definitely miss all the delicious British food!

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