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From all directions, highway A 12, exit 29, follow the signs
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Centerpoort / Nieuwgraaf business park in Duiven is one of the most visited business parks in the Netherlands.
You will find companies such as Ikea, Loods 5, Hornbach, Intratuin, Makro, Leen Bakker, Praxis, Kwantum, but also Besi, Global Wind Services, Cito Benelux, AVR, Synerlogic, TNT.
The Dutch Open Air Museum in Arnhem captures history. In authentic buildings, objects and true stories. You will be taken back in time. From two centuries ago to very recently. You are short of eyes. The people of the museum seem to have run away from the past. Proud of their heritage, they inspire you with their stories.
Do your children go 'to work' at the children's yard or do they prefer to play on the beautiful Zaanse square? Will it be poffertjes with powdered sugar, hearty home-made soup or the baker's fresh currant bun? And how do we travel today? Grab the historic tram or walk through time.
Kroller Muller Museum
The Kröller-Müller Museum is a modern art museum, located in De Hoge Veluwe National Park in Otterlo in the Dutch province of Gelderland. The museum and the adjacent sculpture park, together around 25 hectares, both have international fame.
Nationale Park de Hoge Veluwe
The Hoge Veluwe National Park, with an area of approximately 5,400 hectares, is one of the largest contiguous nature reserves in the Netherlands. Walk or cycle through the beautiful nature on a free bicycle or visit the Kröller-Müller Museum with its sculpture garden and the largest private collection of Van Goghs in the world.
5,400 hectares of forests, heaths, fens and drifting sands.
1800 free white bicycles for use on 40 kilometers of cycle paths.
De Hoge Veluwe National Park covers 5,400 hectares of different landscapes. You will find beautiful forests, heaths, sand drifts, fens and lakes. Countless animals live in the Park, including pigs, red deer, roe deer, and mouflons.
The easiest way to explore this vast area is by bike. You can find these free of charge bicycles at different locations in the park but also at the Hoenderloo, Otterlo and Schaarsbergen entrances so that you can board immediately upon arrival. There are also white bicycles for children (without training wheels) and bicycles with child seats in front or behind.
The best way to get to know the nature of the Hoge Veluwe is during a safari. The forester takes you on a four-hour walk and shows you all the special places in the park. A night trip where you sleep under the bare starry sky is also possible; Every month there are changing safaris, tailored to the (wild) season. In the summer there are also special children's safaris.
You can of course also spot yourself. The greatest chance that you can see game is in the afternoon and evening at one of the different game observation posts placed in the park.
Near Zevenaar you will find the Nevelhorst recreation area. A somewhat smaller but well-arranged area. The area is perfect for a wonderful walk and for sporting activities.
The many walking and cycling routes make Nevelhorst a nice starting point or resting point for an active day in nature.
Recreation area Nevelhorst is accessible 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset. Access to the recreational area is free.Since April 2017, the beach and swimming function of Nevelhorst has been canceled. Swimming is still allowed, but is not recommended because the bathing water quality is no longer checked here....
Burgers Zoo Arnhem
Zoo with Jungle, Desert and Ocean, a real must see.