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From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Lodging
  • 2 locals recommend
Establishment
“Nice farm where you can get a glimps of dutch farmlife, take a workshop cheesemaking, go "poldersporten", check out their website for more info. boerinn.nl”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Small restaurant on an island in the middle of the meadows. The Island in the Pasture is a real island where two rivers (the Heicop and the Bijleveld) come together in the middle of the green heart of the Netherlands. Adventurous food for a reasonable price. Products on the menu are of sustainable origin: free range meat, non-endangered fish species and vegetarian dishes. Because the island is higher than the surrounding meadows, people look "in" the pasture, as it were. This gives a beautiful view. The terrace is located on the water on the side where the sun goes down, through which beautiful skies can be admired. Only open at Thur, Fri, Sat, and Sun. www.heteilandinhetweiland.nl”
  • 1 local recommends
Route
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
  • 1 local recommends
Bus Station
“Next to the Kinderboerderij. Nice to have a cup of coffee here. You can also play golf here.”
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“At walking distance (10 minutes) you can have a look at the Spengense Molen (Authentic Dutch Windmill). The current mill is build after the burning down of the predecessor. After a failed experiment with a direct-driven internal paddle wheel, the mill was rebuilt in 1852 to its current form. Until 1962 this mill was used to regulate the water levels in the area. Dirk Blom was the miller from 1915 till 1960. Since 1963 the mill is owned by the organization "De Utrechtse Molens". The mill underwent a major restoration during 1985 and 1986. The mill was also jacked and adjusted straight. Until that major restauration some elements of the initial design have been put back, for example they replaced the equator by an catch construction. Draining the 1150 hectare polder became an ever greater problem after 1965 due to the lowering of the water level, combined with the settling of the peat soil. This greatly reduced reach of the scoop wheel. Around 1980 there was only 20 cm left. In 2011 the water axis was lowered 32 centimeter and the diameter of the scoop wheel increased to 46 cm. At the same time, the blades were narrowed from 52 to 33 cm. The slope has been adjusted also. With those modifications one was able to lower the reach to 70 cm. After decades of worrying, the grindle paddle wheel was able to function again. Most of the Saturdays this mill is in operation (it is turning but not pumping up the water). One could visit on Saturdays or there is the opportunity to make an appointment for a visit. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
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Route
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Locality
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Restaurant
“Small restaurant on an island in the middle of the meadows. The Island in the Pasture is a real island where two rivers (the Heicop and the Bijleveld) come together in the middle of the green heart of the Netherlands. Adventurous food for a reasonable price. Products on the menu are of sustainable origin: free range meat, non-endangered fish species and vegetarian dishes. Because the island is higher than the surrounding meadows, people look "in" the pasture, as it were. This gives a beautiful view. The terrace is located on the water on the side where the sun goes down, through which beautiful skies can be admired. Only open at Thur, Fri, Sat, and Sun. www.heteilandinhetweiland.nl”
  • 1 local recommends

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