In the event of you needing an interpreter in Utrecht, our translation agency has its professional interpreters throughout this and the most important cities in Europe at your disposal.
Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters, who work to and from Dutch, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.
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Utrecht, the fourth most important city in the Netherlands, is located in the centre of the country and on the edge of the river Rhine. It’s currently the economic, industrial and religious centre of Holland.
One of the oldest and prettiest cities in the country, it was founded in the Roman age and still retains a medieval appearance, thanks to its canals, moats and historical buildings.
It’s known for being a student town, and has three universities. One of them, Utrecht University, is not only the biggest in the country but also one of the most prestigious in the world. Consequently, due to the many young students in the city, Utrecht feels lively and has a great atmosphere. On the other hand, Utrecht is internationally known thanks to the treaty that was named after it, the Treaty of Utrecht.
Utrecht is considered the religious centre of the country, given that it is home to both the headquarters of the Catholic Archbishop of the Netherlands and the National Organisation of the Protestant Church.
What is there to do in Utrecht?
– Take a boat ride through the city’s canals. This is an interesting, comfortable way to see the old part of the city and the houses at water level, and in relatively little time (approx. one hour).
– See the city from the highest tower in the country, the Dom tower (112 metres). If the sky is clear, you can even see Amsterdam. Visit the local government or the Oudaden, a gorgeous stone castle situated in the city centre and built by a wealthy family in the 18th century.
– You will find a variety of museums in Utrecht, such as the Aboriginal Art Museum, The Catherine Convent Museum and the Central Museum of Utrecht, which offers an overview of the history and various aspects of the contemporary culture of the city, such as art and fashion.
– Thanks to the large student population in the city, Utrecht has a great atmosphere and a rich nightlife. Whether it’s to have a few beers or go out partying, Utrecht is the perfect place. Among the city’s most well-known venues are the Tivoli concert hall, Ekko Club, and CeesPlace.