Amsterdam, which has lost some cruise business over its tourist tax is getting ready to welcome the super-rich and their super-yachts.
A new exhibit shows the museum's whole Rembrandt collection with the aim of showing us a different side of his work.
Driverless vehicles and masses of bicycles may not be the best mix, a report warns.
The Netherlands extends distracted driving rules to bike riders; nearly half of Dutch riders are on their phones.
It could be real: A small Van Gogh museum is left a painting that may be an unknown work by the artist.
With road traffic making access more difficult, the busy airport looks forward to a metro link.
Eurostar's popular direct London-to-Amsterdam route that started earlier this year will add another train each day, but still is not able to sell direct tickets on the return route to London, and probably won't until after 2020. The issue is passport and border clearance. While Great Britain is still a member, for now, of the European Union, it has never joined the Schengen Treaty agreement which removes internal borders and passport checks among its members. Therefore, passengers between...
Amsterdam's new tax on overnight cruise passengers results in the port losing some port calls.
Amsterdam finds too many mopeds and scooters are making inner-city bike lanes unsafe.
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.