Visit Holland - The Netherlands
Working in the Netherlands. Everything foreign nationals need to know about working in the Netherlands. If you are planning a short stay in the Netherlands or the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, you may need a visa. Whether you need a visa depends on your nationality.
The continental shelf of the Dutch coast is the extended perimeter of each continent and associated coastal plain.
The following Departments of the Embassy deal with Economy, Trade, Investment and Agriculture between the Netherlands and other countries:
Tourism is an important economic sector in the Netherlands. The country receives some 10 million foreign visitors every year, primarily from Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States, Israel and Belgium.
The Dutch – all 16 and a half million of them – live in 41,526 square kilometres, little more than half the size of Scotland. This makes the Netherlands one of the world's most densely populated countries.
City rights are a medieval phenomenon in the history of the Low Countries. A liegelord, usually a count, duke or similar member of high nobility, granted a settlement he owned certain town privileges that settlements without city rights did not have.
Fortified towns were originally encircled by protective walls, ramparts and other kinds of defensive systems. These were designed to protect the inhabitants from outside attack. The towns played an important role in protecting the rest of the country.
All museums in the Netherlands are listed in this museum-server. The language is only in Dutch. Scroll up and down to find your museum in one of the provinces/cities.
Travel to the Netherlands is easy (and cheap) with Ryanair. From many countries Ryanair is flying on three destination airports in the Netherlands: Eindhoven - Groningen and Maastricht. Sea the coutries in the list below.
The list of most visited museums in the Netherlands are the museums in the Netherlands with the most visitors in the year 2012. All museums with over 250,000 visitors are listed.
Cycling in the Netherlands is a common and popular method of transport and recreation, accounting for 27% all trips nationwide, and up to 59% of all trips in its cities.
The Netherlands is the European and Caribean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, which consists of the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
The Netherlands provide an interesting alternative for a golf break in Northern Europe. The southern regions of Holland are best equipped to satisfy the needs of visiting golfers.
All of the Netherlands is drained into the North Sea, partly via the IJsselmeer lake. In the list below, rivers that flow into the sea are sorted following the North Sea coast (including IJsselmeer) from the Belgian border near Knokke to the German border near Emden.
This is a chronological list of floods that have occurred in the Netherlands, until 1500 most parts of the Netherlands were in Frisia.