An hour spent watching the boats and people go by on a warm Saturday afternoon in Amsterdam.
An artist at work in Amsterdam's largest church, the Westerkerk
Citing noise and pollution, the Netherlands will impose new slot limits on its major international gateway.
The indoor displays of arranged flowers at the Netherlands' great flower show are just as impressive as the acres of tulips
Europe's night-sleeper network continues to grow with more routes planned
PHeymont visits one of Amsterdam's largest and best-known churches, with its masses of windows and bright interior.
Station construction threatens a disruption to a service that's been growing in popularity.
A special temporary bridge gives a new perspective on Rotterdam's rooftops, and on the streets way below them.
Japanese and Dutch rail operators are using actual simulators to give the experience of learning to drive a train.
Four ports will host the series of sailing ship races this summer.
More impressive than beautiful, Amsterdam's central station has become a fully-integrated transport hub, and an inevitable sight.
Amsterdam has a large number of honey-producing hives that are competing for food with wild bees needed for agriculture.
Sidewalk and street space is becoming a flashpoint in parts of Amsterdam again as tourism revives.
Amsterdam may soon join the rest of the Netherlands in banning foreign visitors from cannabis coffee shops
A Dutch museum that depended on works from its Russian partner is now being helped by its fellow Dutch museums.