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What you need to know before you go to the Netherlands - lonelyplanet.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam
lonelyplanet.com
27.05.2024 / 16:49

What you need to know before you go to the Netherlands

With its beautiful cities and countryside of polders, dykes, windmills and canals connected by superb, sustainable infrastructure, the Netherlands is one of the easiest places to travel. As a visitor, you won’t find too many potential pitfalls, but there are still a few things to be aware of (starting with getting its name right!). Having written about this charming and fascinating country for almost two decades (and experienced it over a lifetime), these are my key tips for a smooth trip.

What to eat and drink in the Netherlands - lonelyplanet.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Eu - city Rotterdam
lonelyplanet.com
26.05.2024 / 13:27

What to eat and drink in the Netherlands

Hearty meat, mashed vegetables and huge wheels of cheese are just the start of the Dutch culinary story. The country has a natural larder of lush fields, pastures, coastline and waterways, and tens of thousands of acres of high-tech greenhouses. 

Hilton and Huttopia are playing major roles in the growing US camping travel sector - thepointsguy.com - Spain - Netherlands - France - Usa - Canada - state California - state Maine - city Los Angeles - state New Hampshire - state New York - city Boston, state New York
thepointsguy.com
24.05.2024 / 12:27

Hilton and Huttopia are playing major roles in the growing US camping travel sector

No two camping adventures are alike, especially in the booming business of U.S. outdoor travel.

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming within Mediterranean - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Eu - Denmark - France - Greece - Italy - Portugal - Sweden - Britain - Usa - Turkey
breakingtravelnews.com
24.05.2024 / 07:55

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming within Mediterranean

Readiness and data insights to deal with climate change effects and its impact in destinations’ perception can make a difference when designing and executing promotional strategies, to ensure travellers’ expectation do not fall far from the actual experience. This is one of the main arguments Mabrian, the global travel intelligence company, brought to the Resilience Council panel, held during the latest edition of Arabian Travel Market.

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming among Mediterranean destinations - traveldailynews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Eu - Denmark - France - Greece - Italy - Portugal - Sweden - Britain - Usa - county Island - Turkey
traveldailynews.com
22.05.2024 / 11:53

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming among Mediterranean destinations

Mabrian data indicates that France, United Kingdom and United States are the most sensitive key outbound markets for this region to climate perception, showing the importance unveiling insights based on data to align travellers’ expectations with their actual experience and future demand.

Get Flights To Europe Starting at $99, But You’ll Have To Hurry - travelpulse.com - city Amsterdam - city European - Germany - city Berlin - Iceland - France - Greece - city Paris - Ireland - New York - city London - Washington - city Washington - city Baltimore - city Boston, county Logan - city Copenhagen - city Dublin - city Reykjavik - county Logan
travelpulse.com
21.05.2024 / 18:35

Get Flights To Europe Starting at $99, But You’ll Have To Hurry

Icelandic budget carrier Play is observing Memorial Day with a special flash sale, which offers travelers the chance to book one-way flights to Europe for as low as $99. This promotion, which ends at 12:00 a.m. ET on May 27, covers travel dates from August through December 2024. It also extends to some of the Continent’s most sought-after destinations, including such as France, England, Iceland, Ireland, Germany, Greece and others.

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night - nytimes.com - Netherlands - Georgia - Los Angeles - Belgium - Switzerland - Japan - New York - city New York - city Chicago - state Alaska
nytimes.com
16.05.2024 / 09:19

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night

Last year, when Micha Pycke, 40, and Albane Paret, 39, bought an apartment in Ostend — a once run-down Belgian seaside town that, in recent years, has become a favorite of artists and designers — they knew they wanted the place to be, says Pycke, “something more than an Airbnb or holiday home.” Instead, the couple, who co-own the Ghent-based arts- and design-focused communications agency Club Paradis, envisioned what he calls “a new kind of space”: essentially, a gallery where guests could stay overnight. To that end, they’ve filled the 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom, which is on the eighth floor of a ’60s-era building overlooking the North Sea, with works by some of their favorite artists and designers, many of whom are also their clients. In the living room, a lacquered wood coffee table by the Dutch designer Linde Freya Tangelder’s studio, Destroyers/Builders, sits atop a limited-edition rug by the Swiss textile artist Christoph Hefti woven with images of foxes. In one of the bedrooms, a copper-colored, ruched-felt tapestry by Rooms Studio — a women-led company from Tbilisi, Georgia — hangs above a Duo seat by the Belgian team Muller Van Severen for Valerie Objects. And if you like something, you can probably take it with you; most of the pieces are for sale, and Pycke and Paret are also happy to connect guests directly with designers. . —

A festival of music, film and spectacle: the best of Belfast 2024 - theguardian.com - city Amsterdam - Ireland - Usa - city Belfast - Syria
theguardian.com
15.05.2024 / 11:29

A festival of music, film and spectacle: the best of Belfast 2024

Belfast did not have the best of starts to 2024. Never mind the mass public sector strikes, the not-unrelated fact of Northern Ireland being without a functioning government (the government returned, the strikes were settled, or suspended … for now), at the end of January, one of the city’s most respected – revered – publicans, Pedro Donald, who over the years had brought us the John Hewitt, La Boca, the Sunflower and the American Bar, announced that he was leaving for Amsterdam. There may not be bombs and bullets any more, he said, but Belfast was “a dump and derelict”. Indeed, apart from a few good years between the Good Friday agreement and the financial crash, the city was in many ways no further on than when he started in the trade in 1984.

5 of the best road trips to take in the Netherlands - lonelyplanet.com - Netherlands
lonelyplanet.com
15.05.2024 / 11:13

5 of the best road trips to take in the Netherlands

Beyond the Netherlands’ biggest and best-known cities, a patchwork of farmland, fields, villages and towns laced by canals, polders, dykes and windmills unfolds across the flat, low-lying Dutch landscapes.

10 ways to experience the Netherlands on a budget - lonelyplanet.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Germany - Belgium - Britain - county Long - city Rotterdam - city Hague
lonelyplanet.com
15.05.2024 / 11:13

10 ways to experience the Netherlands on a budget

The Netherlands is known for many things – sublime art, sustainability initiatives, glorious countryside – but low prices isn’t typically one of them (especially not in Amsterdam, with the capital ranking as one of Europe’s most expensive cities).

A first-timer’s guide to taking the Eurostar - lonelyplanet.com - city Amsterdam - France - Australia - city Brussels
lonelyplanet.com
14.05.2024 / 01:17

A first-timer’s guide to taking the Eurostar

It’s been 30 years since the Eurostar first connected London to mainland Europe via the Channel Tunnel. As an Australian living in London, I cannot tell you how excited I was the first time I arrived at St Pancras “International” to board a Paris-bound train. 

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