Every big city, every capital has its big museums. London has for example the British Museum, Paris the Louvre, Madrid the Prado and Amsterdam has the Rijksmuseum. It is located at the Museum… Continue reading


I already mentioned this event in the post about Ice Skating; since we Dutchies love natural ice and skating on it, we have to have a big event related to this, right? This event… Continue reading


Since winter is coming, it seems like a good moment to talk about some typical Dutch winter-food. Ok, it isn´t something we only eat during winter, but I personally, and I guess with… Continue reading

King´s day

Ok, where do I have to start today… King´s Day, or Koningsdag in Dutch, is that one day in the year that everybody goes crazy. Everything turns orange, as you can see in the photo.… Continue reading

Delta Works

As some of you know, a big part of the Netherlands is situated below sea-level. In this picture you can see that, if we didn’t have dikes or other ways to protect ourself from… Continue reading


A Stroopwafel is a well-known Dutch delicacy. Stroopwafels are made of a waffle (made of a stiff dough) cut in half horizontally and then syrup applied in-between. Most of the time these waffles have a diameter of… Continue reading


Bicycle bicycle bicycle I want to ride my bicycle bicycle bicycle I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride my bike I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride… Continue reading

Doutzen Kroes

Doutzen Kroes is a Dutch model, mostly known for her work as a Victoria´s Secret Angel. She is born in 1985 in the village of Oostermeer, in the province of Friesland. As a young… Continue reading


Delftware is a blue and white pottery made in and around Delft. It is a tin-glazed type of earthenware mostly with handpainted decoration. Delftware is appreciated worldwide as a symbol of the Netherlands.… Continue reading

Anne Frank

Who doesn´t know this girl? She is one of the most famous historical personas in the Netherlands, thanks to the diary she wrote. Annelies Marie Frank, better known as Anne Frank was born… Continue reading