Travel to Netherlands

Travel to Netherlands?

Netherlands receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country

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Currency: Euro * CapitalAmsterdam * Population: 17,280,000 * Calling code+31

Buying a SIM card in Netherlands

Local SIM Cards: Currently, there are several major mobile phone providers in the Netherlands including KPN, T-Mobile, Vodafone, and Tele2.

SIM cards in the Netherlands are still freely available without any registration. A registration scheme has been discussed, but not implemented so far.  Travel to Netherlands

Tourists visiting the Netherlands can easily purchase a SIM card at the airport or at any of the major mobile operators’ retail stores located in major cities. Alternatively, SIM cards can be purchased online from the mobile operator’s website and delivered to the visitor’s hotel.

The average cost of a prepaid SIM card is around €10-15, with data packages starting from €5 per month.

When purchasing a sim card, it is recommended to avoid buying an expensive one at the airport or in the last minute, as prices tend to be higher and you may be limited in your options.

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1 GB With no expiration =  €2.21
3 GB With no expiration =  €6.44
5 GB With no expiration =  €10.40
10 GB With no expiration = €19.89
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The plug type in the Netherlands is Type C, which is a standard European plug with two round pins. This type of plug is compatible with electrical outlets in most European countries. Buy it now.

Netherlands Tourism

The Netherlands is a melting pot of quirky charm, unparalleled nightlife and world-renowned art and culture. Cities filled with labyrinthine canal networks and countryside sprinkled with tulips and windmills create a never-ending demand for discovery. Amsterdam’s enchantingly narrow streets mingle with a maze of canals, coffee shops and a treasure trove of museums. It may not seem like it when you’re there, but the capital is actually made up of 90 islands connected by 1,500 bridges. Take a stroll down almost any street in the old medieval centre and you’ll encounter the iconically narrow canal houses which give the city its heartwarming character. Must-see sights include the masterpiece-adorned walls of the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, as well as the historic site of Anne Frank House. It’s also worth checking out the city’s picturesque green spaces such as Vondelpark. Outside the capital, you’ll find a wealth of other historic cities to explore, such as the fortified city of Utrecht, pottery hotspot of Delft and multicultural Maastricht. For futuristic architecture and nightlife that never seems to end, take a jaunt over to Rotterdam – the Netherlands’ second-biggest metropolis.


The Netherlands has over 2,000 hotels, ranging from budget-friendly options to luxury hotels. The average hotel price in the Netherlands is around €100 per night, although this varies greatly depending on the location and the type of hotel.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is the main airline in the Netherlands, with its hub at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The airline offers flights to numerous destinations both domestically and internationally. Other airlines operating in the Netherlands include Transavia, EasyJet, and Ryanair.

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