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The Netherlands in Autumn: 15 must-do's | Your Dutch Guide
Art Autumn Nature

The Netherlands in autumn: top things to do

Autumn is my favourite season. Simply, because I think The Netherlands are completely stunning in autumn. The leaves turn colour beautifully, dishes with pumpkins, chestnuts and game fill our table and it’s the perfect time of year to go…

Frans Hals Museum (foto: Margareta Svensson) | Your Dutch Guide

Haarlem: visit the Frans Hals Museum

Are you a big fan of Dutch masters? Do you love historical Dutch architecture? Then you’ll simply love a visit to the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, The Netherlands. The museum is actually spread out over two very special…

Street art in Utrecht, The Netherlands | Your Dutch Guide
Art Culture

Caravaggio inspired street art in Utrecht

Maybe you’re not that interested in street art. Maybe you are more into classic art, by old masters. Like Rembrandt, Vermeer or Caravaggio? Well, in that case I’d really like to come and invite you to my hometown Utrecht…

Rembrandt in Amsterdam: follow the footsteps of Rembrandt in Amsterdam | Your Dutch Guide
Amsterdam Art

Follow the footsteps of Rembrandt in Amsterdam

When visiting Amsterdam you can’t help but realise that the greatest Masters of the world wandered along the same canals and took the same route as you are today. And yes, you’re bound to follow the footsteps of Rembrandt…

Amsterdam street art, the best street art in Amsterdam | Your Dutch Guide
Amsterdam Art

Amsterdam street art: If walls could speak

Whenever I visit Amsterdam, I try to combine seeing major sights and lesser-known attractions. And I strongly advise you to do the same. Not only will you be able to escape the pesky crowds that are a true burden…

Van Gogh Museum: a highlight in Amsterdam | Your Dutch Guide
Amsterdam Art

Highlight in Amsterdam: Van Gogh Museum

The highlight to your trip to Amsterdam is a visit to the Van Gogh Museum. You will undoubtedly be moved by the experience. Walking by the famous works and see the paintings evolve from amateurish strokes to the brightest…