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Traveling with Small Kids to the Netherlands

The capital of the Netherlands offers numerous kid-friendly activities both indoors and outdoors. From pancake restaurants to museums packed with interactive displays and parks with playgrounds, there is plenty to look forward to when visiting Amsterdam with small children. Here are some tips for making the most out of your trip, with relaxed parents. GETTING AROUND With babies and toddlers, and getting around Amsterdam with a stroller, the city is generally easy to navigate. Just watch out for cobblestone streets, although most roads and streets have sidewalks. On all train and subway stations, they do have lifts making it easy to navigate with a stroller, but I can’t say the same for houses and hotels. At some places, you will actually need to carry up your kid in your arms and leave the stroller in the hallway. So, plan to…

7 Curiously Unique Experiences You Can Only Find in The Netherlands

Whilst finding awesome things to do in the Netherlands is never difficult, thanks to hundreds of attractions inside the country, some experiences are slightly more extraordinary than others and completely unique to the Dutch homeland. To prepare eager travelers for their next trip to the Netherlands, Wanderlust Mama & Co. has rounded up the most exciting, peculiar, and fascinating activities on offer inside Dutch borders. Ride a Bike Through the Rijksmuseum When it comes to cycling, Amsterdam runs circles around most cities and has one of the largest urban cycle networks in the world. This impressive system of tracks actually runs through the Rijksmuseum, allowing cyclists to ride inside one of the most important cultural landmarks in the Netherlands. Eat Fresh Stroopwafels Although commonly associated with Belgium, waffles are ubiquitous in the Netherlands and most Dutch supermarkets have whole aisles…