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Netherlands Netherlands electrical outlets : do I need a travel adapter?

You're going to travel to Netherlands and you don't know if your electric devices (your computer, mobile phone, battery charger...) will be able to work there?

To know if you need a travel plug adapter to go to Netherlands, you have to consider 3 things : the shape of the plugs, the voltage and the frequency of the current delivered by electrical outlets in Netherlands.

Electrical outlets (sockets) and plugs used in Netherlands

Here are the shape of the sockets in Netherlands, and the the types of plugs used in Netherlands :

electrical outlet socket type C in Netherlands
type C
electrical outlet socket type F in Netherlands
type F

plug type c  plug type e  plug type ef  plug type f  

Plug adapter for Netherlands

If none of your usual plug is compatible, you should buy a travel adapter to be able to plug your electric devices in Netherlands (please visit our selection on Amazon for more details).

best travel adapters for netherlands

Prepare your travel to enjoy your stay in Netherlands

What is the type of electrical outlets and current in Netherlands?

The type of electrical outlets in Netherlands is Type C and Type F.

The current used in Netherlands is 230V and the frequency is 50Hz.

How can I charge the battery of my phone or computer in Netherlands?

To charge the battery of your phone or computer in the Netherlands, you can follow these steps:

1. Find a power outlet: Look for a power outlet or socket in your accommodation or public places such as cafes, airports, train stations, or libraries. Most Dutch power outlets are Type C or Type F, which have two round pins or two round pins with two earth clips respectively.

2. Use a universal adapter: If your charger plug is not compatible with the Dutch power outlet, you will need a universal adapter. These adapters can be easily found at electronics stores or travel accessory shops.

3. Plug in your charger: Once you have the correct adapter, plug your charger into the power outlet. Ensure that the charger is connected securely.

4. Connect your device: Connect your phone or computer to the charger using the appropriate cable. Make sure the connection is firm to ensure proper charging.

5. Wait for charging: Leave your device connected to the charger and wait for it to charge. The charging time will vary depending on the device's battery capacity.

6. Check the charging status: Most phones and computers indicate the charging status on their screens. Keep an eye on your device's screen to ensure it is charging properly.

7. Unplug and disconnect: Once your device is fully charged or you need to leave, unplug the charger from the power outlet and disconnect it from your device.

Remember to follow local electrical safety guidelines and ensure that the charger and cables are in good condition to avoid any accidents or damage to your device.

Which power adapter should I buy for Netherlands?

If you are planning to buy a power adapter for Netherlands, you will need a Type C or Type F adapter.

Type C adapters have two round pins and are commonly used in most European countries, including the Netherlands. Type F adapters, on the other hand, have two round pins with two earth clips on the top and bottom. These are also compatible with the Netherlands.

It is recommended to carry a Universal adapter as it can accommodate both Type C and Type F outlets, ensuring compatibility in most situations. Double-check the plug type of your device before purchasing an adapter.

Remember, an adapter only allows you to plug your device into a different wall socket, but it does not convert the voltage. The voltage in Netherlands is 230V, so make sure your devices support this voltage range. If necessary, also consider purchasing a voltage converter or an adapter with built-in voltage conversion capabilities.

What are the 20 largest cities in Netherlands?

1. Amsterdam

2. Rotterdam

3. The Hague

4. Utrecht

5. Eindhoven

6. Tilburg

7. Groningen

8. Almere

9. Breda

10. Nijmegen

11. Enschede

12. Haarlem

13. Arnhem

14. Amersfoort

15. Zaanstad

16. Apeldoorn

17. 's-Hertogenbosch

18. Hoofddorp

19. Maastricht

20. Leiden