Rotterdam is a young, dynamic, international city with a passionately beating heart. Its ever-changing nature makes Rotterdam a city that you can rediscover time and again. Let’s see if I could capture it.
Located outside of Amsterdam, Zaanse Schans, is the true Dutch rural experience for everyone who visits the Netherlands. Check out how to spend a day in this lovely village for only $10.
Shopping in Amsterdam may be not only affordable, but also colorful and lively as exploring local markets is a great way to clinch a bargain while picking up a few Dutch souvenirs for your friends and family back home!
Postcards from Zaanse Schans – one of the highlights of the Netherlands where you can experience vibrant and stunning living community that dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries.
Finding your own place to live in Amsterdam can be a challenge. However, with some basic knowledge of housing system and rights, search and the right advice, you can find your perfect home in the city.
Sharing my language tips on how I’ve learnt to speak Dutch in a short amount of time. If I could do it, you can do it as well!
It’s easy to spend a fortune in one of the most famous and stylish capitals in Europe, but Amsterdam has a lot of free goodies up for grabs. Here are top 5 attractions totally free of charge, yet interesting and so much fun.
My personal observation on how Poles differ from the Dutch.
A day spent in a fairy-tale there park in Holland – Efteling.
If you were ever thinking how one might be able to see an entire country in one day, this is it! Let’s explore the real Holland, but smaller together!
“One man`s meat is another man`s poison” – check out what 5 things I could not get used to as a Pole when living in Holland – the Land of Tulips and Windmills.
A selection of photos I have taken when strolling down the streets of the “Venice of the North”. Beautiful canals, historical bridges and old bikes – this is how Amsterdam welcomed me again this summer.