De Weerribben-wieden National Park

  • Address: Weerribben, Emmeloord, Netherlands, Giethoorn
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  • Phone: +31-529481297
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: National Park, Family And Kids

De Weerribben-Wieden National Park, just as the name suggests is a National Park which comprises of north-western Europe’s largest bog. The unique landscape of water plains, swamp forests, reed beds and canals attract a lot of people from far and wide to come and experience its beauty themselves. Exploring the area is a fascinating journey through which you would get to know the Dutch and the Netherlands better. At De Weerribben-Wieden National Park, you could consider renting a kayak and go kayaking or perhaps go hiking, cycling, sailing, indulge in youth programs or indulge in the volunteering work. There’s a lot to see and do here and it serves as an ideal place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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  • De Weerribben-wieden National Park Address: Weerribben, Emmeloord, Netherlands, Giethoorn
  • De Weerribben-wieden National Park Contact Number: +31-529481297
  • De Weerribben-wieden National Park Price: Free
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  • 16.32% of people who visit Giethoorn include De Weerribben-wieden National Park in their plan

  • 34.85% of people start their De Weerribben-wieden National Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see De Weerribben-wieden National Park

Monday, Thursday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting De Weerribben-wieden National Park

People normally club together Kanokampeerplek and Nieuwe Haven while planning their visit to De Weerribben-wieden National Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • This place is stunning! It's an artificial town. Almost all of the houses are surrounded by canals that have been hand-dug. Tourists get in a boat (you can steer by yourself or get a "captain") and just float quietly, among the beautiful houses and under wooden bridges with the occasional hungry ducks. The buildings are monumental, so the architecture has to be preserved. That's why these houses still have roofs made from hay. I would suggest visiting here in the summer so that the cold wind won't lessen the fun. It's definitely a memorable place to visit!

  • This is a great place to spend a relaxing day. You can rent an electric boat for 15 euros per hour and sail around the canals and lakes. The houses and gardens along the canals look amazing. There are plenty of restaurants around, with alright prices.

  • Village part is nice but the rest is just normal boat ride with wild bushes. Maybe it is the time if year not many things to see

  • Beautiful place to go exploring by bike, foot, boat canoe whatever suits.

  • It is a very pleasant and serene sight. But look out for good boat rentals. Not all are behaving helpfully. They may not guide you for the crowded areas on the ring route and will charge you extra when you are automatically late in returning. You may have to specifically clarify the route back to the boat hire center from the ring route after your journey is over. It is very confusing for some boating companies which are not on the main commercial center. Every chance that you may lose your way back . Again, you will be charged extra for being late.

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