At Kinderdijk in the Netherlands, artifacts of an age-old struggle between the Netherlands and the sea.
Sailing through Rotterdam's harbor early in the morning, PHeymont was struck by calm water, two bridges and a bridge that really isn't.
The most thorough-ever study and restoration of Rembrandt's Night Watch is taking place in public view.
A plan to add 40,000 more flights at Schiphol, which is now limited to 500,000, is drawing wide opposition.
PHeymont found Amsterdam's massive bike fleet and bike culture are even more varied than you might expect.
Amsterdam's Red Light District, famous and infamous, is facing new rules by the city and new controversy.
A new exhibit in Amsterdam allows side-by-side virtual comparisons among five of Van Gogh's famous paintings of sunflowers.
With a goal of getting more people to ride, and to ride more, a government commission proposes big spending on facilities.
A unique use of Google Street View allows visitors to see the apartment where Anne Frank grew up before being forced into hiding.
KLM has teamed up with Delft University to design a plane that could lead to more sustainable aviation.
Yet another clash between factions over Amsterdam's quality of life.
The Dutch tourism promoters will now focus on "destination management" rather than "destination promotion" as a way to handle waves of visitors.
elfie-seekers have become a problem as they enter tulip fields for pictures, damaging part of the crop.
Schiphol's success is important to the Dutch economy, but its busy schedules are also an irritant to its neighbors.
Big growth in rail passengers is forecast, along with the need for new and upgraded stations.