Amsterdam has a new subway line, and a virtual museum to show off the 700,000 artifacts dug up during construction
Dutch authorities are raising a big stink about deer wandering into city streets and front yards.
Rolling street closings, on-the-spot fines and more are part of the city's plan to calm its central areas.
A swarm of lit-up drones follows patterns learned from the flight patterns of starlings.
A spectacular gesture goes bad, as a trained falcon drops the ring instead of delivering it to the happy couple
At the Rijksmuseum, an unusual item in a collection of beautiful Delft porcelainware.
Traffic at Europe's second-busiest airport continues to grow, and delays can be expected on busiest days.
As in many cities, Amsterdam's major museums are clustered, providing an interesting public focus and joining their audiences.
Sometimes not all the treasures in a museum are in the collections; sometimes they are the building itself.
It's a hot summer in most of Europe, with record temperatures. In Amsterdam, bridge expansion has become an issue.
Easyjet will fly bigger planes on Amsterdam routes to increase its capacity without getting more scarce Schiphol slots.
Behind its unchanged exterior, Amsterdam's old main post office was turned into a beautiful retail space.
Named one of the world's best market streets, it's open daily with hundreds of stalls and amazing variety.
An avian escapee slated to have its wings clipped has a last flight of freedom.
Who could imagine how many kinds of rubber ducks there are! It was certainly a surprise to PHeymont when he and his wife spotted this assortment for sale in Amsterdam!