European consumer groups are joining to fight a 'no-show' rule that can cancel the rest of an itinerary if any part is missed.
In another try at environmental revenue and pushing people to use 'greener' transport, the Netherlands will impose a €7 ticket tax on flights.
A sight familiar to millions of travelers disappears from the center of Amsterdam, but you can still take a selfie at one of the other copies.
The Netherlands has more bikes than people, but officials want more facilities to encourage more riding.
A 60-inhabitant village with 600,000 visitors a year is worried that thousands more will soon be coming.
Following new restrictions on short-term rentals, Amsterdam is starting to regulate its B&Bs—and to shed one of its best-known symbols.
An anniversary exhibition with hundreds of the master's works will run from February through June.
Debit cards have become the primary means of payment in the Netherlands, but the central bank is worried about possible problems.
As Amsterdam considers new regulations, Airbnb offers some interesting numbers and a rationale for allowing it to grow.
Using Singapore for a connection, Australia and Amsterdam now have new connections.
In an attempt to stop illegal trading and mistreatment, the Netherlands is creating a tool that may someday make it easier to travel with pets.
PHeymont shares some of the sights and 'seens' of a few days wandering the Dutch metropolis.
The Binnenhof in The Hague, at almost 800 years old, is the world's oldest parliament building, and more.
Netherlands rail operator NS will comply with orders to provide toilets at every station and on every train.
It's been the hottest Netherlands summer in 300 years, and when the numbers are all in, that may be true for all of Europe.