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Dutch magazines as popular as ever!

These days almost all of our information is available in a digital format. So, regardless of whether you want to stay informed of the latest news, search for background information on a chosen topic, or keep abreast of the latest fashion trends, you need simply browse the Internet for instant results. Yet, frankly nothing quite beats curling up on the sofa with a cup of tea or coffee to enjoy your favourite glossy …, which is arguably why Dutch magazines remain so popular, even in this modern age of technology. To discover the best-selling magazines in the Netherlands, read on!

Dutch magazines

Whilst it’s true that some Dutch magazines have suffered from the rise of digital media, plenty of others have retained a dedicated readership that in many cases is still growing. According to the HOI (Institute for Media Auditing), todays top ten Dutch magazines are as follows:

1. Libelle
2. Veronica Magazine
3. Margriet
4. Elsevier
5. Donald Duck
6. Voetbal International
7. Privé
8. Troskompas
9. Plus
10. Linda

Living abroad and desperate to get your hands on your best-loved Dutch magazine? Holland at Home stocks the very latest editions of a wide selection of Dutch magazines and journals, all of which are available for international shipping. And many Dutch newspapers and magazines boast their own website –check out our Dutch Newspapers and Magazines page for a comprehensive overview.

Prefer to read this article in Dutch? Then why not visit our sister blog, Heimwee.info, specifically intended for Dutch emigrants abroad?

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