MotoGP de Holanda

Assen - TT Circuit Assen

28.06.2024 - 30.06.2024

MotoGP de Holanda

28.06.2024 - 30.06.2024 | Assen - TT Circuit Assen


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Public telephone booths no longer exist in The Netherlands. There are public pay phones at the airports. They can be used with coins, a credit card or with special vouchers. 

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Roaming agreements exist with most international mobile phone companies. There are no roaming charges within the EU. To avoid high roaming costs it is advisable to buy a local SIM card. Coverage is universal.


Wi-Fi is ubiquitous in The Netherlands. There are also many internet cafes and some internet access centres. In Amsterdam computers are available to use free of charge in libraries and public buildings.


The Dutch have a unique approach to public broadcasting. Programmes are made by a variety of groups, some reflecting political or religious currents in society, others representing interest groups. These organisations are allocated airtime on TV and radio, in line with the number of members they have. The TV market is very competitive, with many private stations also currently flourishing. The Dutch also have one of the highest cable take-up rates in Europe. Every province has at least one local public TV channel. Freedom of press and free speech is guaranteed by the constitution. Among the leading daily newspapers are Het Parool, De Telegraaf and the left-of-center NRC Handelsblad. For Dutch news in English, see


Stamps are available from all post offices as well as from tobacconists and kiosks selling postcards and souvenirs. Mail within Europe takes approximately two to five days.

Mon-Fri 0900-1700. Some post offices in major towns are also open on late shopping nights (Thurs or Fri) and Sat 0900-1200/1230. There are all-night post offices in Amsterdam and Rotterdam.