The Dutch Railways have also been hit hard by the consequences of the corona crisis, today it announced that they closed the year with a net loss of no less than 2,6 billion euros. This is much higher than expected. Fortunately, 2019 was one for the Dutch Railways
It is understandable that everyone wants to come out, but the way they leave a park is scandalous. Thousands of people gathered in the Amsterdam city park to drink, dance and leave a gigantic mountain of litter behind. Belvédère in Droogdokkenpark, which opened not so long ago
Today, 60 European travel and tourism organizations, in which the Dutch travel industry organization ANVR is also represented, have made recommendations to EU governments to restart tourism in a coordinated way if the health situation allows. The Dutch, one of the most travel-loving consumers in Europe, is now eager to go on a holiday or business trip.
The RAI Association is pleased that from now on, consumers can visit showrooms and shops by appointment again under strict conditions. This means that the live sales of bicycles, motorcycles, scooters and cars can start again. They've been pushing the government for sale by appointment in the last few months
We are now more than a year later and we are still in the middle of the corona crisis. Everyone is more than fed up with it and yearns for a little freedom. This situation demands a lot from people mentally and physically. The economic impact is also severe. The catering industry is now seeing it