We’re all used to travelling to the UK and Ireland in the summer months, but when the cold starts to bite, the Netherlands is not your typical destination.

    While we’re still a long way away from Greece, the summer is starting to feel more like it does here in the Netherlands.

    As we all know, summer in the UK is a time to be on the hunt for bargains and to spend your hard-earned cash.

    As much as the Netherlands has a good summer, it’s the winter that makes up for it.

    We’ve got the snow and the sun, and if you’re going to spend the winter here, you need to look past the weather and the fact that the Netherlands doesn’t really have much going for it outside of its relatively sunny summers.

    That’s why we’re all so excited for the new year.

    Here are our top five reasons to visit the Netherlands: 1.

    It’s so close to home.

    As the Netherlands’ second largest economy, it doesn’t hurt that its people are close to their families.

    We’re so lucky to live in a country that has so many places to visit and things to do.

    Plus, we love the fact there are so many different ethnic and cultural groups in the country.

    Plus there’s the Netherlands, a country where there’s so much to do and see, it only makes sense to visit a little bit of it each year.


    You can go to any beach.

    Yes, you can get a glimpse of the sunset from the water in the harbour.

    The beaches in the region are all very beautiful and it’s always nice to take in the scenery.

    The Netherlands has its fair share of gorgeous beaches and is also home to a few of the best in the world.

    You won’t want to miss a chance to take a dip in one of these beaches.


    You’ll feel at home in a foreign land.

    The best part about the Netherlands?

    The fact that we have so many countries to choose from when it comes to vacations and travel.

    While you might be a little wary of staying in a new country, don’t be!

    There are plenty of places in the southern part of the country where you can choose from a range of different countries, just to name a few.

    If you’re visiting a country in the north, you’re not just getting a little spoiled by being surrounded by different cultures, you’ll also get to spend some time with a lot of people from other countries.

    This will give you a lot more freedom when it’s time to get back home.


    You don’t need to get your passport stamped when you visit the country you want to visit.

    As of 2018, there are no specific requirements that you need your passport to be stamped before you can visit any country in Europe.

    As long as you follow the rules, you should be able to visit any place in Europe for free.


    It doesn’t take too long to get to know a new culture.

    You might not be a native English speaker, but if you do, you might still find the Netherlands a great place to start your visit.

    We are a small country with a population of less than a million, so our population is pretty small compared to the rest of the world, but it doesn’s the people that make us feel at ease in this small area.

    It just makes sense.

    What are some other reasons you should visit the Dutch?

    We know you have some questions and we want to answer as many of them as we can.

    Let us know what you think in the comments below!


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