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  • Gollem CafeAmsterdam travel tips
    This a great place. They serve excellent beer in the Gollem Cafe, and though the place is not very big, the people who filled it were not so noisy either. Or maybe we were just lucky! :) The whole atmosphere of the bar is friendly, you [...]
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  • Joyride Day ToursAmsterdam travel tips
    We booked for the bike tour in advance before arriving to Amsterdam, because we wanted to see faces of the city in the early day of our stay, so we could decide which ones to revisit later.The Joyride Day Tour showed us the side of [...]
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  • Countryside Bike ToursAmsterdam travel tips
    We chose the countryside bike tour because we were staying downtown Amsterdam and we could explore the city and its attractions in our own time, but we couldn't have gotten to the countryside. So we met our guide at the departure point, [...]
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  • Randy Roy Redlight ToursAmsterdam travel tips
    Amsterdam's Red Light District is an attraction to everyone who visits the city. Though it might prove more fun for the male party, women have also much fun during the 1 and a half hour walk. At least I had! :) The guide was really [...]
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  • AmsterbikeAmsterdam travel tips
    I think exploring Amsterdam by bike (or scooter) that you can rent from Amsterbike is a much more fun easy. Though going on foot has its charm, with a bike or a scooter you can cover much more ground in a smaller amount of time. And while [...]
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  • Amsterdam Jewel CruisesAmsterdam travel tips
    When we went to dinner in one of the Amstredam Jewel Cruises, we didn't thought we would enjoy ourselves so much. Though we found the dinner packages a bit expensive, especially that the simple Dinner Cruise didn't include [...]
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  • Brouwerij 't IJ BreweryAmsterdam travel tips
    I took the guided tour of the Brouwerij 't IJ on a hot Friday afternoon and sampling a beef after that chilled me. The guide showed how beer is brewed and it was really interesting to see the whole process. There was a long bar where [...]
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  • Anne Frank HouseAmsterdam travel tips
    The visit we made to the Anne Frank House left us quite emotional. Even if I read her diary at least twice and could picture the way they lived, to actually stand there, in their rough, little house was something different entirely. We [...]
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  • The 19 windmills of KinderdijkRotterdam travel tips
    The 19 windmills of Kinderdijk are world heritage sites since 1997.This wonderful group of buildings is a reminder of the more than 10,000 windmills that once occupied the landscape of The Netherlands. The village of Kinderdijk is only 9 [...]
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  • Restaurant Alexander in The HagueThe Hague travel tips
    Restaurant The Hague: Welcome Restaurant Alexander You are looking for a restaurant in The Hague, welcome at Restaurant Alexander in the center of The Hague, located on the elegant Denneweg 138. For Fine Dining, Excellent Wine, [...]
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The Hague Travel guide

The atmosphere in The Hague is quite different from any city in Holland, as it has no student activity due to its lack of a University. Still, it is home to The Royal Conservatory of The Hague and to a vocational University called The Hague University. The city’s population is made up in a very large proportion of civil servants and diplomats, which makes it extremely cultural diverse and it implies the existence of many art centers, boutiques and pubs with very diverse international specificity. Unlike other large cities in Holland, The Hague has very few canals and is built with wider, longer streets. Only the medieval part of the [...]
 
 
 

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