Arnhem was destroyed during the Second World War and has since rebuilt itself into a city with a unique, creative character. There is plenty to discover in the capital of Gelderland. There are museums in Arnhem on various subjects, from wine to war and from water to art. The hilly Park Sonsbeek is also highly recommended. You walk around in the green. All in all, there is plenty to do during a day in Arnhem. Save your favorite spots on your own city guide and experience it for yourself.
In this cozy shopping area you can experience everything, nice shops, unique specialty shops, coffee shops and lunchrooms with delicious dishes.
The Sabelspoort- of Eusebiuspoort has a long history and was severely damaged during the war, after which it was rebuilt and restored.
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This church towers high above the city. With the unique panoramic glass lift, rise to a height of no less than 73 meters and enjoy.
Located in the district of Klarendal you will find the ancient Luther court. The courthouse was founded in 1860 and intended for elderly people to live in.
A wave, a glacier or a whale? The striking, sloping station building is mistaken for everything. A special piece of architecture.
This round stone rack mill is on display and has a nice assortment of artisanal ground products.
From market for grain trade to entertainment center. At the Korenmarkt you can now find numerous cosy restaurants in old warehouses.
A park with a hilly character where there is much to discover. De Witte Watermolen, House Sonsbeek, tea house de Palatine and so on.
Here the story of Arnhem and surroundings is told. You will learn everything about football club Vitesse, the Battle of Arnhem and Arnhem artists.
Discover the fascinating world of wine. Taste and enjoy a good glass of wine in the authentic wine cellars that you will find here. A unique experience.
In this interactive museum you will learn about all aspects of water. Take a trip through the sewer or perform exciting tests in this DIY museum.
The Duivelshuis, also known as the Maarten van Rossum House, dates back to the 16th century, has several folk tales and owes its name to the satyrs.
Take the pedestrian spont to the green side of the Rhine and experience a unique experience in the yard, the tea garden and the tea pavilion.
An emerging neighborhood full of fun and special shops, workshops, workshops, studios and galleries of upcoming talent and established names.
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