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Transportation

In Amsterdam’s city center, driving a car is discouraged. Parking fees are expensive, and many streets are closed to cars or are one-way. The local government sponsors carsharing and carpooling initiatives such as Autodelen and Meerijden.nu Public transportation in this modern city is equally as advanced as it is efficient. It is nearly all run […]

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Bar Tender

Bar Tender (Coolsingel 83A, Rotterdam) — Go to Bar Tender for drinks before you dive into the nightlife. It’s the first shooter bar in Rotterdam and offers a range of 200 different shots. During the day Bar Tender serves coffee, cake and sandwiches. Bar Tender has a modern interior with colorful paintings and a luminous […]

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Alexandrium

Alexandrium (Watermanweg, Rotterdam) — Shopping mall Alexandrium includes a Shopping Center, Megastores and a Woonmall. With 136 stores Alexandrium Shopping Center is one of the largest shopping malls in the Netherlands. Alexandrium Megastores is a shopping boulevard with 16 mega retail stores. At Alexandrium Woonmall you can find everything in interior design: from furniture to […]

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Anne Frank Huis

Anne Frank Huis (Anne Frank House) (Prinsengracht 267, Amsterdam) — where young Jewish girl Anne Frank and her family hid for two years during World War II. Today it’s one of the most popular attractions in Amsterdam, with almost a million visitors a year. Having fled from persecution in Germany in 1933, Anne, her sister […]

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About Holland

Even though scholars note the history of the Netherlands (a.k.a. Holland) as far back as the days of the Roman Empire (when that country was a far-flung northern outpost), from a visitor’s point of view, the real history of the country started during its Golden Age (17th century). At that time, the Netherlands was a […]

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‘t Blaauwhooft

‘t Blaauwhooft (Hendrik Jonkerplein 1, Amsterdam) — A plain neighborhood brown cafe in the gentrified Westelijke Eilanden (Western Islands) district has been transformed into a great Dutch eetcafé by the simple expedient of adding a kitchen and a menu. It partakes of the villagey setting on these tranquil islands — which feel isolated despite a […]