• Can people from the UK buy weed in amsterdam?

    Best answer: You can in Amsterdam and in all the cities in the northern provinces of the Netherlands, but not in the three southernmost provinces.

    You should only buy it in a coffeeshop, bring your official ID, they won't sell it to you unless you are 18 years or older.
    Best answer: You can in Amsterdam and in all the cities in the northern provinces of the Netherlands, but not in the three southernmost provinces.

    You should only buy it in a coffeeshop, bring your official ID, they won't sell it to you unless you are 18 years or older.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • How are blacks treated in the Netherlands?

    Best answer: good
    Best answer: good
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • What are good paying jobs in the Netherlands?

    What are the highest paying professions in the Netherlands also is engineering one of them, if not what other countries in Europe pay a good amount of money for engineers.
    What are the highest paying professions in the Netherlands also is engineering one of them, if not what other countries in Europe pay a good amount of money for engineers.
    3 answers · 3 months ago
  • What is the temperature like indoors in Amsterdam, Netherlands?

    I am an American traveling to Amsterdam for the first time, and I was curious about the indoor temperature. If you've been to America, you're aware that we BLAST the air conditioning, especially in the summer. I heard however that the Dutch are more environmentally conscious, and I'd like to know where... show more
    I am an American traveling to Amsterdam for the first time, and I was curious about the indoor temperature. If you've been to America, you're aware that we BLAST the air conditioning, especially in the summer. I heard however that the Dutch are more environmentally conscious, and I'd like to know where museums, restaurants, and shops generally keep the temperature.
    5 answers · 3 months ago
  • Where the best place to say in Amsterdam?

    I am looking for hotels and flights to Amsterdam, the airport is not close to the central city of Amsterdam and I believe my boyfriend would want to say in the center. However would it be better to say near the airport. Also can I get some ideas of good hotels please. I only have £700 for hotel/flight/trains. We... show more
    I am looking for hotels and flights to Amsterdam, the airport is not close to the central city of Amsterdam and I believe my boyfriend would want to say in the center. However would it be better to say near the airport. Also can I get some ideas of good hotels please. I only have £700 for hotel/flight/trains. We are going for 2 nights
    5 answers · 6 months ago
  • Should we stay in De Pijp District in Amsterdam?

    We are going to spend a week in December in Amsterdam. I’m not sure what area to stay in it and we want to be able to do a lot of walking although in late December I suspect it will be very cold and wet.De Pijp reviews talk about outdoor dining and parks and what not but we’re not going to be spending a whole lot... show more
    We are going to spend a week in December in Amsterdam. I’m not sure what area to stay in it and we want to be able to do a lot of walking although in late December I suspect it will be very cold and wet.De Pijp reviews talk about outdoor dining and parks and what not but we’re not going to be spending a whole lot of time outdoors because of the weather. Would we be better off with something more central? Your thoughts are most appreciated.
    4 answers · 6 months ago
  • Is Rotterdam with a visit?

    We are planning a visit to the Netherlands obviously there is much to see in Amsterdam and The Hague but it does not appear there is a lot in Rotterdam. Any suggestions about what to see and other places to visit in the Netherlands? Thank you your help is much appreciated.
    We are planning a visit to the Netherlands obviously there is much to see in Amsterdam and The Hague but it does not appear there is a lot in Rotterdam. Any suggestions about what to see and other places to visit in the Netherlands? Thank you your help is much appreciated.
    4 answers · 6 months ago
  • So Dutch people enjoy Copenhagen and Legoland and Tivoli Gardens and Aqua?

    Best answer: Wtf?
    Best answer: Wtf?
    4 answers · 7 months ago
  • I need some advice on traveling since this will be my first time traveling by myself I’d like to get some tips to make sure I do the best.?

    Decision( I have been trying to learn greek to make a trip to Athens, but now for some reason I feel there’s something missing and I find that there’s more architectural attractions in Amsterdam. (Anne Frank’s museum, Begijnhof,the Waalseilandgracht and Just the colorful Dutch houses) Should I make a trip to... show more
    Decision( I have been trying to learn greek to make a trip to Athens, but now for some reason I feel there’s something missing and I find that there’s more architectural attractions in Amsterdam. (Anne Frank’s museum, Begijnhof,the Waalseilandgracht and Just the colorful Dutch houses) Should I make a trip to Amsterdam instead? Since there’s more diversity of colors in the architecture and nature?
    5 answers · 7 months ago
  • Would i be able to buy cigs with another countries ID?

    Hi! Im from the netherlands, im 16, and if i go to belgium to buy cigarettes (the age is 16 there, not 18) would i be able to buy them with my dutch ID or will thet tell me the dutch limit is 18 so i cant?
    Hi! Im from the netherlands, im 16, and if i go to belgium to buy cigarettes (the age is 16 there, not 18) would i be able to buy them with my dutch ID or will thet tell me the dutch limit is 18 so i cant?
    6 answers · 8 months ago
  • Why am I so emotionally attatched to Amsterdam?

    Best answer: It is because you were not there long enough to see it in the real light of daily life. Amsterdam is a nice city but it is not as good as you think it is. It is a bit like getting a crush on a TV star or a famous singer, you dream but you do not need to act about it. If you were to move to Amsterdam you would soon... show more
    Best answer: It is because you were not there long enough to see it in the real light of daily life.
    Amsterdam is a nice city but it is not as good as you think it is.

    It is a bit like getting a crush on a TV star or a famous singer, you dream but you do not need to act about it.
    If you were to move to Amsterdam you would soon learn the truth and lose that fallen in love feeling. But that is not realistic for you right now, first of all, too expensive, too far and you would not be able to get the paperwork sorted.

    So dream on as long as the dream last but realize that you will not be able to act on it.

    If in a (few) year(s) you are still dreaming about Amsterdam, you can try to go there for a longer trip. Or even an exchange or year of studying. But do not yet plan on living in Amsterdam, it gets boring as fast as any other city.
    5 answers · 8 months ago
  • Why are there so many Muslims in Amsterdam?

    10 answers · 8 months ago
  • When will my accent be no different than a local?

    I am from Georgia but live in Netherlands, Amsterdam for 3 months. When will my accent be no different than a local?
    I am from Georgia but live in Netherlands, Amsterdam for 3 months. When will my accent be no different than a local?
    4 answers · 9 months ago
  • Does anyone know of a restaurant.?

    Best answer: Only if the vouchers are actually valid in the Netherlands. However, you can buy gift vouchers online for shops in the Netherlands if you like. Do you know the names of the shops you want to buy for? If so, then find the websites for the Netherlands - the address should finish with .nl - and if you're using... show more
    Best answer: Only if the vouchers are actually valid in the Netherlands. However, you can buy gift vouchers online for shops in the Netherlands if you like. Do you know the names of the shops you want to buy for? If so, then find the websites for the Netherlands - the address should finish with .nl - and if you're using Google Chrome, it will offer to translate the page you're into into English, and you should be able to get them the vouchers easily with your credit card.
    4 answers · 9 months ago
  • When Dutch people learned English as second language to Dutch, did you learn American English or UK English?

    Do you say Z as Zed or Zee? Do you say aluminium or aluminum? Do you say you are pissed when drunk or when mad? Do you ever refer to a cake-like dessert as a Muffin and what English call muffin an English muffin? Do you use Colour or Color Do you put ketchup on your fries?
    Do you say Z as Zed or Zee? Do you say aluminium or aluminum? Do you say you are pissed when drunk or when mad? Do you ever refer to a cake-like dessert as a Muffin and what English call muffin an English muffin? Do you use Colour or Color Do you put ketchup on your fries?
    5 answers · 9 months ago
  • What can I do to celebrate my Dutch (the Netherlands) ancestry?

    Best answer: First of all, the Dutch would be surprised to find you celebrate your Dutch ancestry, as we tend to be rather much of the opinion you are of the nationality you grew up in, so if you lived in the USA your whole live, you are US American, if you grew up in Canada, you are Canadian. But if you want to know more... show more
    Best answer: First of all, the Dutch would be surprised to find you celebrate your Dutch ancestry, as we tend to be rather much of the opinion you are of the nationality you grew up in, so if you lived in the USA your whole live, you are US American, if you grew up in Canada, you are Canadian.

    But if you want to know more about your ancestry, look up where they came from, find pictures (photos or paintings) of the people of that area in the time they still lived there.
    There are regional differences, and if they lived in one of the small pockets with a lot of local traditions you want to know about that pocket.

    If they lived in the South of the Netherlands, south of the rivers, (Rhine, Waal, Maas,) they likely celebrated Carnaval, if so, that is a very nice tradition to look up and maybe to copy.
    North of those rivers Kermis was likely the bigger festival, with a few days of drinking and having fun, local competitions and now mostly a bike race and a horse trotting race.

    While poffertjes are a nice food, most of the Dutch do not eat them often nor are they a celebration food, most a child pleaser when out in town. Oliebollen are much more traditional, they are eaten for New Year Eve, and at Kermis, either the plain ones, ones with raisins in it, or cut open and filled with a range of niceties.
    Different parts of the Netherlands have different local traditional foods, several kinds of waffles are used in Groningen around the New Year.

    One thing celebrated in almost all of the country is Sinterklaas, (St Nicolas) and it comes with loads of traditions, stories, foods, gifts and excuses to make fun of your loved ones in a nice way. It also comes with the tradition of Zwarte Piet, which never was a problem till the 'anti discrimination lobby' of the USA heard of it. So not sure if you want to take all of its traditions.
    7 answers · 9 months ago
  • Do the Dutch celebrate Valentine's Day?

    4 answers · 9 months ago