Female Couch Surfing in Netherlands

Couch surfing in the Netherlands is a remarkable way to immerse yourself in the local culture and meet dynamic individuals, both locals and fellow travelers. With a nation known for its open-mindedness and friendliness, Netherlanders are generally more than willing to open their homes to travelers. This facilitates authentic interactions and shared experiences often absent in typical tourist accommodations. As a couch surfer, you'll have the opportunity to see the Netherlands fresh from the local's perspective, learn about their unique habits, language nuances, and enjoy traditional food while forming meaningful connections. You will be privy to insider tips around hidden gems bypassed by standard guidebooks. This strategy can also significantly reduce travel costs.

Hosts in Netherlands

Sonali

Sonali

Amsterdam

Can host for:

2 days

About me

Hi, I am Sonali, living by myself with my dog in Amsterdam. Outside my day job, I love cycling and hiking with my dog.

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Leonie

Leonie

Nijmegen

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi! I am visiting the North west side of America from June till August, and I am looking for places to stay along the coast! I am starting my trip around Vancouver, Canada and I also want to end my trip somewhere around there. I like doing sports, languages, talking and hiking!

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Meet locals in Netherlands

Leonie

Leonie

About Me

Hi! I am visiting the North west side of America from June till August, and I am looking for places to stay along the coast! I am starting my trip around Vancouver, Canada and I also want to end my trip somewhere around there. I like doing sports, languages, talking and hiking!

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Sonali

Sonali

About Me

Hi, I am Sonali, living by myself with my dog in Amsterdam. Outside my day job, I love cycling and hiking with my dog.

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Upcoming visitors to Netherlands

Yaren

Yaren

About Me

Hey! I am Yaren and I am Turkish. I am an Erasmus+ student here. I am looking forward to knowing new cultures and people.

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Peggy

Peggy

About Me

Hello! I am actually visiting from the US and would love to connect with other travelers or locals while I am in the Netherlands!

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Experiences from Netherlands

Overall rating

4.2 /5

based on 6 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

4.6/5

Safety

4.7/5

Food

4.3/5

Budget-friendly

3.6/5

Solo travel experience

The Netherlands is super safe, and most people speak English, so I could get directions if needed. And their public transport is amazing, it's so easy to move from city to city!

Posted: October 23, 2022
Things to do: 5/5Food: 4/5Budget-friendly: 4/5Safety: 5/5
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Solo travel experience

Travel Plan: Amsterdam (5 nights) with a one-day trip to Haarlem and The Hague Antwerp (3 nights) with a one-day trip to Ghent Utrecht (3 nights) with a one-day trip to Rotterdam Safety: I felt very safe there. Recommendations: Travelling by train in the Netherlands is incredibly simple. When you arrive, get an OV-chipkaart card, top it up with euros, and then you can travel by train almost anywhere.

Posted: September 25, 2022
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 4/5Safety: 5/5
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Solo travel experience

Travel Plan: Brussels (1 day) Ghent (1 day) Bruges (1 day) Antwerp (1 day) Rotterdam (1 day) The Hague (1 day) Utrecht (1 day) Amsterdam (3 days) Safety: I felt very safe. Recommendations: The Netherlands is really easy to explore. Just make sure you have a public transport card.

Posted: September 25, 2022
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 5/5
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Couch surfing in Netherlands