Netherlands is a country in Europe and is known for a canals, tulip fields, windmills and cycling routes.

  • Capital city: Amsterdam.
  • Main language spoken: Dutch and English.
    • Basic Greetings in Dutch: Hallo (Hello), Dank Je (Thank you).
  • Currency: EUR (Euro).
    • Forex Exchange: Currency can be exchanged at any international airports.
  • Tourist visa: Visa is required to enter Netherlands (latest information can be found on their Immigration website). For Australian citizens, visa is not required if traveling only for 90 days.
  • Best time to visit: April to October.
  • Adapter required (power points): Type C and F plug.
  • Driving licence: International unexpired valid driving licence is required.

Backpacking in Europe

Backpacking is one of the most common forms of travel in Europe. It is easy and convenient and most importantly economical to travel within the countries of Europe. As part of my career break, I decided to backpack for 4 to 5 weeks in Europe. I did not visit too many countries but just a …

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Amsterdam | Netherlands

Travel Guide | 3 days in Amsterdam (Netherlands, Europe)

Let me start this post by saying that I loved this beautiful city of canals. The city was lively, beautiful and never slept and that’s what I loved about this city. Even though I had taken a very long flight from Australia to Europe, I did not for once stay back at the hostel when …

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Amsterdam | Netherlands

Westerkerk church in Amsterdam

The best views of Amsterdam city can be seen from a viewpoint of Westerkerk church. The Westerkerk church is a reformed church in central Amsterdam. The church was built between 1620 and 1631. And it is the biggest church in Amsterdam. The tower of the church is 85 metres high and can be seen from …

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Over the edge Swing in Amsterdam

Every time I plan to travel in a country, I always search for adventurous activities as part of travel. And when I was doing one such search about Amsterdam, I found the ‘Over the Edge Swing’ adventure. I was curious to find out more about this adventure. I visited A’DAM website and found that this …

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