Netherlands/area

What to do for 10 days, 25 M with my sis 26 F from Canada flying into AMS in late Feb? Eurostar to Belgium/Paris or stay the entirety in NL? Dutchanons please advise. We are both redpilled and don't want to visit Europe just to be surrounded by browns.

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you don't want to be surrounded by browns just visit the museums (except for the slavery museum).

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    GELDERLAND BESTELAND

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    get fricked by Black person libcuck

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    the entirety in NL + send your sister my way

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      How tall are you?

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        1.93

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Rent a bike at Het Amsterdamse Bos and try not to get gored by the cows

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    The Netherlands (and by extension their neighbouring countries) is quite compact so you could easily go to completely different areas in a matter of 1-2 hours by train or bus (or car, should you plan to rent one). Being "surrounded by browns" appears to be mostly contained to a few of the larger cities. Amsterdam itself isn't that bad in that regard as it is just a tourist trap full of mainly white foreigners so the amount of browns gets diluted.

    If you like cities, history, etc you could try Leiden, Zwolle, Groningen, Maastricht, Gent (Belgium).
    If you like comfy nature you are basically fricked because late february is just a purgatory of rain and wind or if you're lucky, snow. The Wadden islands up north are quite nice to visit but they do belong in this category so you'll likely be there at the wrong time (unless you enjoy deserted beaches with lots of wind and rain).

    If you're feeling particularly cheeky - Paris, London, Berlin, and other bucket list cities can be visited pretty easily, though personally I am not a big fan of spending a lot of time abroad just getting transported around to tick off a list,

    tl;dr Amsterdam is nice but a tourist trap, use your 10 days to see other parts of the country as well (and perhaps other countries)

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't get why you go to Western Europe, then. Just go to the Eastern ends. The Netherlands and Paris are fricking miserable in February, too. Yeah, it will be warmer compared to Canada. It will probably teach you to appreciate cold, cause of how muddy and dull it's going to be then.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Miserable weather? I was in London UK last February and the weather was acceptably mild, with some sunny days. Is it dramatically worse on continental Europe?

      The Netherlands (and by extension their neighbouring countries) is quite compact so you could easily go to completely different areas in a matter of 1-2 hours by train or bus (or car, should you plan to rent one). Being "surrounded by browns" appears to be mostly contained to a few of the larger cities. Amsterdam itself isn't that bad in that regard as it is just a tourist trap full of mainly white foreigners so the amount of browns gets diluted.

      If you like cities, history, etc you could try Leiden, Zwolle, Groningen, Maastricht, Gent (Belgium).
      If you like comfy nature you are basically fricked because late february is just a purgatory of rain and wind or if you're lucky, snow. The Wadden islands up north are quite nice to visit but they do belong in this category so you'll likely be there at the wrong time (unless you enjoy deserted beaches with lots of wind and rain).

      If you're feeling particularly cheeky - Paris, London, Berlin, and other bucket list cities can be visited pretty easily, though personally I am not a big fan of spending a lot of time abroad just getting transported around to tick off a list,

      tl;dr Amsterdam is nice but a tourist trap, use your 10 days to see other parts of the country as well (and perhaps other countries)

      What do you recommend worth seeing in Amsterdam? We are arriving and departing from AMS and I know it to be a tourist trap for Euro tourists which is why I am considering Eurostar to Paris or London, or LCC airline somewhere else. Sister enjoys hiking and eating but I told her NL is below sea level + the cuisine is cheese, potato, and herring. I know very little about the cities you mentioned. And the cities I do know about (Hague, Utrecht) you didn't mention.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >in Amsterdam
        Can't really say, I've only ever spent a few afternoons there which was mostly just dicking around with mates in the park. Rijksmuseum is good stuff, but always busy. City is undeniably beautiful. Centre area is crowded with tourists and dude weed lmao and haha hookers behind windows but if you go a little bit further there's hidden gems everywhere. Lots of smaller museums as well. Parks are pretty neat, but will probably suck in february because it's shitty season.

        >Paris or London
        Definitely doable but you're basically going from one tourist trap to the next. If anything I'd recommend London, Paris is more trap and more browns.

        >hiking
        You don't need elavation to hike obviously, but if by hiking you mean "walking for hours without seeing a living soul or any other sign of civilisation" then the Netherlands is probably not the place. Perhaps de Veluwe works. You could go to the beach but it's more of an "uitwaaien" thing. Can't quite get an English word for it, but it's basically going to the beach on windy days to get some peace of mind just strolling around the beach. Belgian Ardennes are popular for hiking, but shitty season for it. Germany probably better for hiking.

        >cuisine
        Dutch cuisine is boring, if you want fine dining then basically every option is foreign, particularly mediteranean stuff. You could try "chinese" restaurants, they're not actually legit chinese food but more of a knockoff indonesian colonial remnant. Pretty good food, decent prices, and almost always run by families rather than companies or multinationals so more likely to get friendly staff and atmospheres.

        >cities
        The ones I mentioned are a mostly small cities for international standards but they're all quite nice, comfy, and not full of foreigners and/or tourists. The Hague has an okay city centre, but not much else. Lots of brownies. Utrecht okay centre as well. Mainly use it as transit city as it has the main rail hub of the country.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >You could go to the beach but it's more of an "uitwaaien" thing. Can't quite get an English word for it, but it's basically going to the beach on windy days to get some peace of mind just strolling around the beach.
          Any good areas for this within an hour of train from Amsterdam ? NTA but I need to get my head out of the crowds next weekend

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            there are many kilometers of rough beach along the north coast for that sublime "no one around" beach experience.
            You can go directly perpendicularly towards the nearest coastal area, or if you still want the option of seeing/doing other things (museums, green coastal parks, etc.)
            you can take a direct train to Den Haag Centraal (about 1 hour), then on by tram or bus to the beaches perpendicular.
            You see a lot of people going to the beachy area around Scheveningen, but that's really resort-y and has more people, so I avoid there.
            See pic related for the better spots.

            Hello I am going to visit a girl in the Netherlands in December, this will be my first ever time travelling alone. She lives in Zoetermeer and said I need to get a tram and a train to get to her, is the Tram/train station in the airport and is it easy to know where you are going? Thanks.

            Yes. Schipol Airport has its own train station directly below it. You shall see signs for it after exiting the baggage claim. Escalators/stairs lead down. There is some construction right now so maybe it's a bit hard to see, but you'll survive.
            Check ns.nl (which has English) and also the NS app (also in English) for easy route checking. Consider buying tickets online before hand to receive a QR code on your phone via app or .pdf, or purchasing an anonymous OV card upon arrival at an NS help kiosk (Google this).
            You will, at most, have one connection when you interchange in Den Haag Centraal for either a train or tram to Zoetermeer.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              Thanks for the spots anon

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              waarom zou je niet gewoon naar de waterleidingduinen/santpoort gaan?
              is een stuk dichterbij

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                Probably a good idea. Great place to camp wild too
                You can take a train into zandvoort and walk from there.

                Thanks for the spots anon

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Is it dramatically worse on continental Europe?
        Yes, because the further you go from warm bodies of water the colder the climate will be. England is influenced by the warm gulf stream but further from that (netherlands) the climate will be more like Scotland and if you go to Germany in winter its much colder still being further inland.

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    The Netherlands are boring. I would not stay for longer than one day. If you are into drugs and raves, maybe a bit longer.
    Maastricht is nice and has some interesting Roman heritage.
    Belgium and France do have nicer and more interesting cities and countryside.
    I would also stay clear of Niedersachsen. NRW could be worth a visit depending on what you are into.

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hello I am going to visit a girl in the Netherlands in December, this will be my first ever time travelling alone. She lives in Zoetermeer and said I need to get a tram and a train to get to her, is the Tram/train station in the airport and is it easy to know where you are going? Thanks.

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Leiden Pilgrim Museum

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    skating in the canals

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      very comfy but we have to wait4winter first

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    That's a shit place to be in the winter. It's cold and wet, but you can't even ski. Change your flight and go to Geneva. You can take the 1 hour bus to Chamonix and see some mountains. You can ride the train further to Zermatt and see the Matterhorn. On the way back, take the northern route around the lake and stop in Lausanne. It's the most beautiful train ride you'll ever take. There are no brown people in the mountains.

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