Long overseas traffic jams are expected this weekend

Long overseas traffic jams are expected this weekend

Children in the provinces of Groningen, Friesland, Drenthe, Overijssel and North Holland, and almost all of Flevoland, Hatem in Gelderland and Emnes in Utrecht were in class today for the last time this school year. Earlier, the central and southern regions were already on vacation.

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The ANWB expects that the morning and evening rush hour in the Netherlands will be less crowded in the coming weeks, but those traveling abroad this weekend should take into account the long traffic jams. It will be busy on the roads in France, Germany, Austria and northern Italy, among other countries.

Schiphol also takes into account a busy weekend: the airport expects about 215,000 passengers to depart. It is advised to reserve a time slot for the security check. According to a spokesperson, school holidays have not caused any problems on recent weekends: 95 per cent of travelers made it through security within fifteen minutes.

Are you going camping? Then you may have to deal with facial recognition in the swimming pool. Helpful, but there are also privacy risks. We visited Julianahoeve’s campsite in Renesse to see how the system works and how visitors interact with it:

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