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Poffertjes for Pancake Day

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Poffertjes are little pancake puffs, a traditional Dutch treat, perfect for Pancake Day – Shrove Tuesday. Here’s a recipe, courtesy of Ingredients: 1 level tsp instant yeast 1 tbsp milk 1 cup buckwheat flour (100 g) 1 cup flour (100 g) 2 eggs 1 tsp sugar 1/2 tsp salt 1 1/4 cups warm milk…

The world’s most travelled man: Fred Finn Onboard with Stena Line Hollandica & Britannica

125 Years of Stena Line’s UK – Holland Route! Stena Line UK – Holland route is kick starting its celebration of 125 years of getting passengers, produce, vehicles, pets and more from Harwich to the Hook of Holland with an interview with a very special guest: Fred Finn, the wo...

Spring in Holland | What’s going on

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TEFAF | Maastricht If you are heading over to Holland in the coming week, you have to visit the long established art and antique fair which attracts some of the finest dealers, art critics, art and antique academics and collectors from all over the world. If you have a passion for fine ...

Mauritshuis Museum in The Hague reopens

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After a huge two year renovation, the Mauritshuis Museum of The Hague is reopening on 27 June. Home of masterpieces such as Vermeer’s  Girl with a Pearl Earring, Carel Fabritius’ The Goldfinch and  Rembrandt’s Anatomy Lesson, the museum has doubled in size with the addition of the brand new Royal Dutch Shell Wing. Visitors can take a virtual tour througho...

Cycling in Holland with Freedom Treks

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Holland is the perfect country to discover by bike, and UK leisure cycling company Freedom Treks offers an amazing series of cycling holidays in Holland. From short breaks taking in the tulips of North Holland or the Zeeland Delta, to luxury holidays along the Frisian Sea or Ijssel Lake, it is possi...

Hols in Holland: Hof van Saksen

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Set around a sand-fringed lake, Hof van Saksen is a well kept secret amongst local holiday makers who love its thatched farmhouses in the Drenthe province of northern Holland (just two-and-a-half hour’s drive from the Hook of Holland ferry port). Offering family friendly activities include campfires and rock climbing; bat safaris; raft and go-kart building;…

Events in July: Four Day Marches

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From 15-18 July 2014, the 98th Four Day Marches will take place in Nijmegen, the oldest city in the Netherlands. This annual event, which includes walks of 30, 40 or 50 kilometers , is designed to promote fitness and wellbeing. This year has seen a record 53,844 registrations! For more information, head to If you’re taking part, you’ll probably want a…

Easter in Holland

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Easter is fast approaching (18 – 21 April), and Holland is a wonderful place to enjoy it. With spring in full swing and the flower-bulb fields in bloom, there are some wonderful traditions to enjoy. Here are some top tips for ways to enjoy this holiday in style! Visit the tulip fields of Keukenhof, which will…

National Ferry Fortnight: Kids go free!

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To celebrate our brilliant kids go free offer we’re encouraging everyone to embrace life and free their inner child! Kids go free when you take your car on a ferry to Holland on any sailing, any time this year! So get packing and take the kids, their toys, games, skateboards, inflatabl...

Ferry to Flanders

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This year is the centenary of World War I, so many of you will be considering a visit to Flanders, to honour the fallen and gain more of an insight into the experiences of the soldiers who fought for our freedom. Located just an hour and a half from Hook of Holland, Flanders offers a…

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