- Did you know ‘De Veluwe’ is second in the world providing attractions in an area? Florida is number one!
- Did you know the highest drumlin in The Netherlands sits in National Park ‘Veluwezoom’ near ‘Signaal Imbosch? And that on top of that this is the highest point in The Netherlands except for South Limburg. This hill is 110 metres high.
- Did you know ‘Kroondomein Het Loo’ in Apeldoorn is the largest estate in The Netherlands? ‘Het Loo’ measures 10.400 hectares, which is just as big as 10400 soccer fields.
- Did you know the ‘Veluwezoom’ was the first nature reserve to receive the title National Park? And that makes it the oldest National Park in The Netherlands.
- Did you know ‘Hoge Veluwe’ is the second oldest National Park in The Netherlands? This park was developed in 1935.
Would you also like to go out and about? Try ‘Veluwe’. You’ll find a great variety of festivals and exhibitions, beautiful nature, special musea and many different attractions and animal parks.
But also historic towns, castles, beaches, recreational areas, cosy shops and fun terraces.
Come and discover varied ‘Veluwe’!
National Park ‘Veluwezoom’ , part of the forest and moors area situated say between Arnhem and Dieren at the eastern edge of ‘Veluwe’measuring almost 5000 hectares, is one of the largest nature areas in The Netherlands.
It consists of forest, moors, drift sand and estates with farm land and shelters a great variety of plants and animals. The hilly landscape was formed during the one but last iceage.
Look for more information at https://natuurmonumenten.nl/natuurgebied/nationaal-park-veluwezoom
National Park ‘De Hoge Veluwe’ is the largest actively maintained nature area privately owned in The Netherlands. It consists of 5400 hectares of forest, moors, wetlands and drift sand. There’s a great variety of plants and animals and the Park shelters very rare species of the Red List.
Together with ‘Jachthuis Sint Hubertus’, Visitor Centre ‘Museonder , Kröller-Müller Museum and its Sculpture Garden make the Park a unique and (inter) national renowned c ombination of nature, art and architecture.
Look for more information at https://www.hogeveluwe.nl/en