Tourist information offices


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Tourist information offices

Every city or village of some importance has a tourist information office, a VVV. The offices are easily recognizable by the blue and white VVV sign. VVVs are often situated in the center of the city. They have qualified, multi-lingual staff to help you find a budget hotel, museum or restaurant. In general, the services the VVV provide are free of charge.

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Nearly every city and municipality in Holland has a tourist information office of its own. These can be recognised by their blue and white VVV signs, and are usually found in the local centre.

What do tourist information offices offer?

Every tourist information office in Holland has all information you need about your destination in Holland. For example, the tourist information office staff will gladly help you with:

  • Specific tourist information about the location and the region (such as attractions, restaurants and events)
  • Lodging tips
  • Maps and plans for walking, cycling and car tours
  • Guided tours
  • Admission tickets

Holland’s much-visited cities and popular tourist locations commonly have larger tourist information offices which also sell souvenirs and rainwear, for instance.

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