Discover all sorts of events and festivities taking place in Amsterdam. From national events to small and intimate events where Amsterdam is also known for. If you have a suggestion please leave a comment below.
Here you will find all sorts of events and festivities taking place in The Hague. In this city you will find lovely shopping areas but also buildings of the government. As one of the bigger cities in The Netherlands there is a lot to explore in The Hague, not to mention it’s situated close to[…]
If you have just moved to the Netherlands; welcome! You might experience some difficulties while your staying in the country of tulips and clogs. Therefore we will present you an overview of all kinds of services you might need, from emergency numbers to cable companies. You’re welcome!
The Dutch have a rich culture. Amsterdam and The Hague are pre-eminently cities where you come across numerous museums and hommages to old painters or game changers. Here you’ll find out more about typical Dutch habits and traditions. Such as taking a present with you when you visit someone to riding bicycles throughout the city.[…]
Hello dear expat friends,
Welcome to our new and improved website! On this page you will find all kinds of news especially selected for when you just moved to the Netherlands.
It’s that time of the year again… KING’S DAY! On the 27th, not to be mistaken for the birthday of the queen which was previously celebrated on the the 30th of April, the Dutch celebrate their King’s birthday in full orange swing! What to know and where to go?
From November 22 to 29 one of the biggest art events of the Netherlands is returning to the Amsterdam RAI. Visit the PAN Amsterdam for work of the new and the old masters, designer furniture, photography and other decorative objects. Continue reading “Visit the art fair PAN Amsterdam” »
Starting at the age of 3 or 4 your children will have to go to school while you’re living in the Netherlands. They start with primary school and move on to secondary school. School attendance in the Netherlands is compulsory from age 5till 16.
If you’re from Germany, or not, you surely don’t want to miss out on the yearly beerfest. If you’re not in the position to travel to Munich, you might as well celebrate Oktoberfest in The Hague!
If you’ve already walked through the city you might have seen some food trucks on the streets. Here’s an overview of the most common foods you will find there. If you’re hungry, stop reading here.