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Parks & Natur in Niederlande

Park
“Bei all dem Trubel, den ihr bei eurem Kurzurlaub in Düsseldorf erlebt, nutzt einen Spaziergang durch den Hofgarten, um ein wenig abzuschalten und die Seele baumeln zu lassen. Angelegt wurde der Park 1769 und 1804 erweitert. Er ist der erste und älteste Volksgarten. Der Englische Garten in München ist nach seinem Vorbild gestaltet. Er ist heute die grüne Lunge der Stadt und wird auch von den Einheimischen gerne genutzt. Das Besondere an dieser Sehenswürdigkeit von Düsseldorf ist sein Stil. Er vereint barocken Gartenstil mit englischem Landschaftsgarten. Über den ganzen Park verteilt findet ihr Skulpturen und Denkmäler, eine imposante Reiterallee und einen großen Teich. Mein Tipp: Nach einem Spaziergang im Hofgarten solltet ihr bei Patisserie Passion einkehren und ein leckes Stück Torte probieren. Für die deftigen Esser unter euch gibt es bei The Bull Steak Expert ein perfektes Stück Fleisch.”
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Park
“der älteste Park Düsseldorfs unendlich viele schöne Stellen bietet und sehr groß ist. Gerade 5 Minuten vom Apartment zu Fuß. Auch mit dem Fahrrad sehr schön. Einige Biergärten.”
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Lake
“Versatile forest with beach pool, for rest and recreation Barbecuing at the beach, to the De Kraal petting zoo, running around for pee: there is no Rotterdammer who does not enjoy the Kralingse Bos. It is a versatile recreational area that received the prize for best outdoor space in the Netherlands in 2007. Peace and quiet The outer ring is wooded and peaceful. In the area between the Manege Kralingen and the golf course you will find quiet paths under tall old trees. There are also few people between the deer park and the children's farm. Here you can hear the woodpecker hammering and the pheasants run through the undergrowth. Do you like romance? Then take a walk in the twilight over the bridges towards the windmills De Lelie and De Ster. These are the only working snuff and spice mill in the Netherlands.”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Keine Frage – die Aussicht vom Kölner Dom auf die Stadt ist schon sehr beeindruckend. Wer aber in luftiger Höhe auch den Kölner Dom im Blick haben möchte, der sollte besser die Dachterrasse vom KölnTriangle ansteuern. Die komplett verglaste Panorama-Plattform liefert den besten Rundum-Blick auf den Kölner Dom und die Hohenzollernbrücke. Dabei befindet man sich mehr als 100 Meter über den Dächern der Stadt. Von Mai bis September hat man sogar die Möglichkeit, bis 23 Uhr hier hoch zu kommen und die Rheinmetropole bei Nacht zu überblicken. http://www.koelntriangle.de/de/”
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Schloss
“8 kilometers from our caravan you can find Castle De Haar. It is a nice area to cycle through and to visit also. To visit De Haar Castle, whether to admire its park, its rich history, the exhibitions, gardens, deer or for a wedding, is to be immersed in a different world. Behind every door, every detail, every flower in its colourful gardens is a story. A story about earlier times, different cultures and interesting characters. De Haar is the largest castle in the Netherlands, once the private residence of the Van Zuylen family, whose descendants still stay here yearly. In the last century, the castle also frequently hosted members of the international jet set with their lavish lifestyle; from Coco Chanel to Roger Moore, they too left their mark on the sumptuous rooms of the most opulent spot in Utrecht. Few castles in The Netherlands can equal De Haar for its ideal image of a medieval fortress with towers and ramparts, moats, gates and drawbridges. Like a real fairy-tale castle it rises majestically from parkland with impressive trees, old gardens and ponds. The castle is situated in the centre of The Netherlands, near Utrecht, and is easy to reach by car. There is ample parking space. De Haar Castle ranks among the top twenty most visited Dutch museums. It is a historic monument alive with year-round activities such as guided tours (for adults and for children), exhibitions, theatre and events. De Haar Castle is a private foundation and does not receive any regular subsidies from local or central government. The foundation is a non-profit organisation and depends entirely on its revenues from ticket sales, activities and events. For over a century it has been tradition for the Van Zuylen van Nijevelt van de Haar family to reside in the castle for one month a year, in September. The tradition centres around entertaining prominent international guests at lavish house parties hosted by the baron and baroness. Famous guests included Coco Chanel, Maria Callas, Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, Yves Saint Laurent, Joan Collins and Brigitte Bardot. The medieval House De Haar dates from the 13th century. It fell into disrepair in the 18th and 19th centuries. Architect Pierre Cuypers (famous for his designs of the Rijksmuseum and the Central Station in Amsterdam) restored and rebuilt De Haar for baron Etienne van Zuylen van Nijevelt van de Haar. The rebuilding took from 1892 till 1912 and was a project unique of its kind in all of Europe. Cuypers’ grand design included not just the architecture of the castle but also the interiors, the gardens, the chapel and even the village of Haarzuilens. Without exaggeration the whole can be described as a Gesamtkunstwerk. Cuypers has created a unique, special world: an enchanting oasis of harmony and peace. The park and gardens surrounding De Haar Castle – covering over 135 acres of land – are worth a visit in their own right. The Rose Garden, the Roman Garden, the ponds and canals, as well as the many bridges, romantic vistas and impressive avenues invite visitors to go on long walks or have a picnic. Each season in the park has its own charm.”
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Park
“www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2oXsjunZ7A www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahWZTpCtxVU The entire area of Wieden en Weerribben is wonderful. its our backyard and our favorite spot in the Netherlands. Excellent for biking, walking, canoeing, touring bird watching, seeing deer, fishing, swimming in natural waters, relaxing etc etc Blokzijl, Vollenhoge the village 'Nederland', Kalenberg, Ossenzijl and Giethoorn are a few places within this amazing region. Against what you would expect it is not touristic at all so where ever you are you feel the silence in this area of 100km2!”
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Zoo
“Der größte Tierpark Limburgs ist gleich innerhalb 25 Minuten mit dem Auto erreichbar”
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Park
“This is a beautiful sanctuary worth visiting, where you can go for a nice 5K walk or run, on a 12km distance from The Hide.”
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Park
“A nice parc to chill and picnic. It has a playground for kids, but also further down a small petting zoo. ”
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Lake
“If it's the weather is nice, enjoy a morning or an afternoon in this beautiful garden. You can learn about plants and green life :)”
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Zoo
“It's a zoo where the animals have lot of space to live. You can also drive by the anmials in your car.”
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Park
“Good view from Brussels. In some parts you can nearly feel like you are in the woods!”
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Boot oder Fähre
“You get to see some amazing parts of the Port of Rotterdam, and there are a choice of tours for all budgets and tastes.”
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Park
“Great for warm summer days, all "Rotterdammers" go here to enjoy a nice day in the park with friends and family”
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Park
“Beeindruckende Kulissen alter Hochöfen und Industrieanlagen, an Wochenenden beleuchtet, viele Veranstaltungen”
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Park
“Pick any of the museums here and you are set for the day. Choose Boijmans for a more classic trip or the Kunsthal for an edgier experience. ”
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