Ulrike Grafberger

Having grown up among vineyards and beer gardens, this native of Franconia first went to Italy, then to Hamburg and later to Holland. She has been living and working for nine years in the Scheveningen district of The Hague. From there she regularly reports on Scheveningen, The Hague and the rest of Holland on her website Scheveningen-Strand.de and in her blog Unter'm Meeresspiegel. She travels through Holland for the Dutch Tourist Office & Convention Bureau, visiting events and blogging about them on Holland.com She also moderates the German Facebook and Twitter channels.

When she’s not actually on the road, she’s writing and proofreading books. In between times, she tries to take her 14-year-old son with her into the museum (usually without success, to quote: I like going to a museum when there’s no art there). And what else? She loves the sea, photography and writing, art and architecture and a Dutchman. What she likes most is bringing everything together, for instance as a Holland blogger. 

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Read Ulrike's most recent blogs:

  • DOMunder exhibition in Utrecht
    DOMunder exhibition in Utrecht Ulrike Grafberger, Tuesday, August 12, 2014

    A visit to the world beneath Utrecht reveals 2000 years of history.

  • A cathedral for the arts
    A cathedral for the arts Ulrike Grafberger, Monday, April 15, 2013

    Our blogger Ulrike Grafberger got to take a peek inside beforehand.

  • Fancy some Dutch cheese?
    Fancy some Dutch cheese? Ulrike Grafberger, Monday, June 10, 2013

    Gouda at all stages of maturity, farmhouse cheese, Beemster cheese and Old Amsterdam – all these delicious Dutch cheeses are easy to order.

  • A walk on the beach in Scheveningen
    A walk on the beach in Scheveningen Ulrike Grafberger, Tuesday, April 16, 2013

    Already tried it? First “lekker uitwaaien”, or get a breath of fresh air on the beach, then go and eat fish on the harbour.

  • A walk through the royal city of The Hague, Part 1
    A walk through the royal city of The Hague, Part 1 Ulrike Grafberger, Thursday, April 11, 2013

    Binnenhof (Inner Court), Ridderzaal (Knights’ Hall) and the Historical Museum of The Hague provide a good insight into the royal history of The Hague.