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New research in the UK has found that commuters who cycle, walk or catch the bus or train to work keep more weight off than those who drive.

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They have one common visa and no border controls between them, so citizens in the Schengen area can travel freely to the Netherlands.

If you're a citizen from one of the countries in the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA; EU plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) or Switzerland, you don't need a visa to visit, live, work or study in the Netherlands ­– however long you stay – unless you’re from the newer EU member, Croatia (see below).

With over half the UK population obese and just 2% cycling theres no wonder the Dutch are all so beautiful and fit!

Encouraging more to walk and cycle to work like our Orange friends isn’t a bad idea at this moment in time its a bloody good one!

London – the congestion capital – is home to many cyclists wanting to avoid the tube and stationary line of public transport and cabs, many of which take their own life in their hands before the first full rotation of the wheels, it must be an exhausting way to get to work.

We will never be Amsterdam and Brits will never have the innate respect for cyclists like the Dutch do.

If you have dual nationality (and passports), whether or not you need a visa depends on which travel document you'll be using to travel to the Netherlands (even if you're not living there at the time of travel).

For stays longer than four months, EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are expected to register with the personal records database (BRP) and get a citizen service number (or BSN), which is a social security and tax number.

You may need to apply for a Dutch visa or other permit with IND Netherlands if you are considering moving to the Netherlands to live, study, work or join a relative or partner.

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