Arnhem Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
Planning to visit Arnhem? Check out our Arnhem Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Arnhem.
Top Places to visit in Arnhem:
Park Sonsbeek, The Netherlands Open Air Museum, Burgers Zoo and Safari Park, Arnhem War Museum, John Frostbrug, Arnhem Central Station, Museum Bronbeek, Feestaardvarken, Museum Arnhem, Molenplaats Sonsbeek, Nederlands Watermuseum, Het Duivelshuis of Maarten van Rossumhuis uit 1518, Sabelspoort of Eusebiuspoort uit 1357, Infocentrum slag om Arnhem, Museum Vliegbasis Deelen
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The nature in Drenthe in the Netherlands is beautiful. There are many big forests with a rich variety of animals and sunsets and sunrises that will leave many speechless.
This is the place where I was born and where I grew up. It is this place that made me who I am today, a nature lover!
I will always have a weak spot for this beautiful place that is very dear to me. Proud to be from Drenthe!
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Forest Beek, the Netherlands
the beautiful forest near Beek, Gelderland
In het Monfertland, Netherlands
Kinderdijk The Home of Windmills - Netherlands Holland
Kinderdijk The Home of Windmills - Netherlands Holland
In this video we visit the Unesco World Heritage site and home of Windmills - Kinderdijk in the Netherlands. (Holland)
Build around 1740 the 19 windmills in the best place to visit the iconic home of Dutch Windmills and should not be missed if you visit nearby Rotterdam
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In our next episode we arrive in Rotterdam.
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- A travellers Gloom - Dew of Light
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- Ever since we kissed (Instrumental) - Dayon
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HOLLAND: Schoorl village & dune forest [HD]
The village of Schoorl lies on the coast of North Holland close to Alkmaar.
It is separated from the coast by the highest and widest dune range in the Netherlands.
The dunes reach about 54 m above sea level, right behind the center of Schoorl, and are more than 5 km wide.
Traditionally, farmers collected sand from the dunes to mix it with the clay of the polders.
As a result, sandy spaces developed that are also known as 'climbing dunes'. Children in particular have a whale of a time climbing up and tumbling down the hills - the largest sandpit in the Netherlands.
Schoorl is a major local tourism location in the summer and counts over 25 campsites, the largest concentration of campsites in the Netherlands.
The village, earlier named Scorel contains evidence of a long history in the form of the old council house aging from 1601. There's also a 17th century reformed church.
The Dutch painter and evangelist Jan van Scorel was born here. Jan van Scorel (1495-1562) was an influential Dutch painter credited with the introduction of High Italian Renaissance art to the Netherlands.
May 21, 2010
The Netherlands from above - E2/10 - The hungry jaws of Europe
This series shows The Netherlands from a spectacular perspective. Through data visualizations, impressive aerial images and portraits of people on the ground, we show who we are and how time changes and has changed the country.
The Netherlands was once almost all swamp, a place where water ruled. Now it's a place where hundreds of ships come to each day, full of oil, cars and containers.
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Valkenburg Castle ruins, Limburg, Netherlands
Spring military history tour of the medieval Kasteelruïne Valkenburg -- Valkenburg Castle ruins -- in Limburg, the Netherlands. The thing I like about the castle is they let you go where you want, so you get a better chance to explore. Lots of good info signs. Kind of surprised they built it out of sandstone, though. (Mainly for resistance to assault, but also graffiti, of which the town has a lot as most of the old buildings are also sandstone.) They have a great Christmas market in the castle dungeon, but being May it was not open. ;-)
The Hague - The Hague Tower
With 42 floors and 132 meters, The Hague Tower ('Haagse Toren') is one of the tallest skyscrapers of the city and the highest building you can visit in The Netherlands. Inspired by the famous Flat Iron Building in New York, the building hosts many unique and versatile attractions. At the Veranda Café, the Netherlands' highest terrace, you can enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of cake. And if you're in for a delicious diner the Penthouse Restaurant's menu offers a wide choice and good wines. From the upper floors of the Haagse Toren you can enjoy breathtaking views as far as 45kms: the skyline of The Hague, the coastline to Hook of Holland to the centre of Rotterdam, Delft and Leiden.
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Music: Tim Akkerman
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Von Moscow bis Sizilia - wir fahren Goggomobilia.
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Spring in Limburg, Belgium
views and blossoms video in the Borgloon area, early May, this is Limburg, Belgium.