Angloinfo South Holland Blogs provide helpful information and offer personal expat insight to the international community living in The Hague, Rotterdam, Delft, Leiden and surrounding region of the Netherlands.

 

Featured Blogs

Latest Posts

South Holland Shopping: Outlets & Clearance Centers

Even though there isn't a true outlet mall in South Holland, doesn't mean you can't find a good bargain. Here are several discount shops and clearance centers…

Checklist Before Leaving on Holiday

Checklist items for expats in Holland before leaving on Christmas-New Year holidays; tips to help avoid home burglary and other unwanted events... When expats leave Holland for…

10 Most Popular Dutch Painters

These ten Dutch painters span 300 hundred years in history, from the early Golden Age to the end of 20th century. They've produced artworks recognized around the…

10 Restaurants with Best Views

If you enjoy dining while taking in scenic views, check out our picks for the ten South Holland restaurants with the best views... #1 The Penthouse -…

Dutch Income Taxes: Sole Proprietorship

Information about Dutch income taxes for freelancers and small business owners (sole proprietorship) in the Netherlands, provided by Suurmond Tax Consultants... If you receive income from freelance…

10 Changes to Dutch Law for 2018

The following are ten changes to Dutch law effective 1st January 2018. These include adjustments to existing rules and new regulations for childcare, minimum wage, pensions, dog…

A Second Look at Rotterdam Statues

In a previous post I wrote about some humourous statues found in the Rotterdam centre and promised to return to the subject. So, here we are. In…

A New Year and A New Beginning

It’s a new year Rotterdam expats! Time to reflect, to look forward and perhaps make a new resolution or two which, for most of us, will be…

Seige of Leiden Monument

Have you come across a stone structure with four etched faces located in a park in Leiden? This is a monument to the Leidse Ontzet (Seige of…

Queen Wilhelmina Monument in The Hague

A monument to Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, the longest reigning Dutch monarch, sits just outside the gates of Noordeinde Palace in The Hague. Queen Wilhelmina was…

Five things the Dutch do differently in raising children

Dutch parents must doing something right to have the "happiest children in the world". The Netherlands is a wonderful place to raise children and various studies back…

Dutch honesty vs forwardness

The straight forwardness and directness of locals is one of the first traits internationals notice when living in the Netherlands. The Dutch speak their mind and, unlike…

View All Posts