Getting ready to Amsterdam ♥: youtube resources

As my trip to Amsterdam approaches faster than I thought, let me share with you a bunch of youtube videos about Netherlands & Dutch that I found informative, interesting or simply funny.

Here you have my #1: Holland vs the Netherlands
Have you heard about France–Netherlands border? I had a blast watching it 🙂

This short movie ↓ gives you a quick insight into Dutch language (and makes you quite sure that starting to learn basic Dutch 2 days before a trip is a kind of mission impossible) 😉

But maybe this one ↓ can bring some hope: 10 top phrases in Dutch a traveler needs to know 😀

If you’re looking for more detailed information about Netherlands, take a look here ↓

 Hyperactive teen vloger explains what a Queen’s Day is really about ↓ (if you turn off the video it’s easier to listen to 😉 ):

Something about the famous Red Light District below ↓:

And just to relax – funny advertising spot ↓ about the rivalry in football between Germany and Holland 😀

If you still feel like it’s not enough – last but not least: circa 10-minutes funny old movie about the Netherlands, the Dutch culture and Dutch daily life:

Liked it? I did! Eh… those stereotypes 😉



  1. Good luck & have fun in Amsterdam! Be aware of bicycles!

  2. Hi Love Traveling! I was in Amsterdam twice and I totaly LOVE the city. Sure you’ll like it. Don’t forget to post pictures! Waiting for it 🙂

  3. hilarious I had so much fun watching #1 N vs H ..
    the comparison of Bonaire to Hawaii being part of DC and using yen was so much fun :^)

    I will pass on this video to a colleague of mine who is French leaving in … Holland (i think :^) )

    życzę Ci szczęślwej i inspirującej podróży

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