Dutch for holidays
Planning a holiday in the Netherlands or Belgium? Learn a few key words, phrases, and expressions here so that you can enjoy speaking Dutch on your trip.
Is er nog een eenpersoonskamer vrij?
Is there a single room available?
Here you'll learn: important words and phrases for hotel reception - information about hotels in the Netherlands and Belgium
Good day, sir.
Here you'll learn: how to greet and thank people - phrases used in formal and informal modes of adress
Wat is de dagschotel?
What is the dish of the day?
Here you'll learn: how to order food and ask for the bill - information about local food
Dat is goed zo.
Keep the change.
Here you'll learn: how to order drinks and snacks - information about tipping
In de koffiehuis
In a cafe
Here you'll learn: how to order drinks - the difference between a bruin café, a koffieshop and a coffeeshop
Hoeveel kost het?
How much does it cost?
Here you'll learn: how to ask what things cost - more information about shop opening hours.
Kan ik met pin betalen?
Can I pay by card?
Here you'll learn: important words in connection with the subject of money - more information about payment methods
Een fiets huren.
Hiring a bike.
Here you'll learn: important vocabulary for hiring bikes - more information about bike rental.
Het openbaar vervoer
Here you'll learn: important words and phrases to use when asking about public transport - more information about public transport
Waar is het postkantoor?
Where is the post office?
Here you'll learn: important phrases for asking directions - information about addresses
Hoe laat begint de rondleiding?
When does the tour start?
Here you'll learn: to ask about opening times, ticket prices and tour times - information about tours
Here you'll learn: important words and phrases for camping - information about staying in caravans and camper vans