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Sightseeing in Gelderland

Monument / Landmark
“112m/367ft and 465 steps to take you there.. magnificent view (especially on clear days)”
79local recommendations
Museum
“This is the former palace of the Dutch royals. It's a museum now. It's closed now because a reconstruction work untill 2021. Only the stables, gardens, palace roof and restaurants are open untill September 30th. During Christmas time only the stablesquare is open. ”
55local recommendations
History Museum
“The Museum Catharijneconvent is a museum of religious art in Utrecht in the Netherlands. It is located in the former St. Catharine convent, having been sited there since 1979.”
18local recommendations
Castle
“The castle of Amsterdam. Very nice to visit with kids on a rainy day. From April 1st to October 29th, Amsterdam Tourist Ferry operates a daily service (except Mondays). The boat departs from the marina of Amsterdam IJburg. You can also go there by bike: a lovely trip through the Diemerpark and along the Markermeer (45 minutes).”
44local recommendations
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“-Route 1: Slot Zuilen + Marsen. Time: half day Take a bike to Slot Zuilen, an old castle along the river Vecht (Vechtdijk), stop at the castel, take a tour around. Enjoy a chocomilk drink/ lunch at Bistro Belle. Keep cycling to Maarssenbroek, enjoy the village, the Oudedijk street is enjoyable for cycling. -Route 2: Slot Zuilen + Marsen + Loosdrecht lake: 1 day Take a bike to Slot Zuilen, an old castle along the river Vecht (Vechtdijk), stop at the castel, take a tour around. Enjoy a chocomilk drink/ lunch at Bistro Belle. Keep cycling to Maarssenbroek, enjoy the village, the Oudedijk street is enjoyable for cycling. Keep cycling to Loosdrecht (50 minutes), enjoy the lake, stop at In D”
18local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Beautiful restoration the gardens are nice to walk. The museum is also interessint. The road to the museum is beautiful also. ”
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Event Space
“Restaurant, sightseeing, camping. Fort aan de Klop has it all. Slightly of the beaten track, but worth a visit”
21local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“One of the area's well preserved castles. surrounded by a astonishing forest and park you could spend the entire afternoon in. ”
11local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Mooi Slot met een prachtig park. Vergeet het Zuster- en Broederplein niet! - Beautiful castle with park and don't forget grand squre Zuster- en Broederplein!”
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Castle
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“Old, rustic, tall castle and is one of Utrechts landmarks; offering food and drink with historic surroundings”
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Historic Site
“take the Ferry from Muiden to the little isle of Pampus. Open tu-su 10.30h-17h (last boat to the isle is at 14.30h).”
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Historic Site
“Interesting place that combines art, culture, theater, play farm and a museum in one. This is where you can see a huge roman boat that was discovered locally and restored. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“Open: 29/3 till 5/7 + 1/10 till 25/10 closed on Monday, other days from 10.00 till 18.00 6/7 till 30/8, daily open from 10.00 till 18.00 ”
4local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“The Museum Quarter is an area close to the Dom Square. Beautiful quit neighbourhood with highlights like the Nieuwe Gracht (a beautiful canal) and the Paushuize. Paushuize is the second oldest historic building located in the city centre of Utrecht and made in commence of the only Dutch Pope Adrianus VI. ”
3local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Slot Zuylen Castle is situated on the river Vecht in the tiny village of Oud-Zuilen near Utrecht. One of the oldest castles on the river it was converted into a country maison in the 18th century. The past is recalled to life through guided tours, garden walks, concerts and special events. ”
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“Indoor play barn with massive sandpit, climbing castle, lego, bouncy castle, trampolines, electric ride on cars and many more activities ”
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