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Walk & Explore Den Bosch with the interactive Qula City Trail
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Walk & Explore Den Bosch with the interactive Qula City Trail

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Price per group of 2-6 people. Within 2 hours the Qula Den Bosch City Trail will guide you along the best spots in Den Bosch, while playing fun riddles and assignments on your smartphone. Try to set a top score with family or friends and explore the city. There are no fixed starting times or reservations, you pick your own day and time. The Trail is available 24/7 and there is no time limit - you can start, pause and stop whenever it suits you! It's offered in multiple languages (Eng, Ger, Fr, Ned, Sp, It and more). The Qula City Trail is great fun and the most affordable outing for families and groups of friends.<br><br>How does it work?<br>With your booking, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to play the Trail on your smartphone. Android or IPhone compatible. Once at the starting point, you begin your quest through the city, it's that easy!
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SandieFossen wrote a review Aug 2018
Den Bosch, The Netherlands82 contributions33 helpful votes
This bridge was supposed to stretch all the way into the main city centre. Unfortunately, due to budget constraints, you would still need to cross a few roads and walk a distance before reaching the city centre. The elevator is nice to look at but seriously very slow. You're better off using the stairs even with your bicycles.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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WillemKnowsBest wrote a review Oct 2016
Den Dungen, The Netherlands24 contributions26 helpful votes
I like how the bridge is organized and set up within the city, but unfortunatelly I dislike the rusty look.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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fvs1308 wrote a review Aug 2016
Strombeek-Bever, Belgium203 contributions36 helpful votes
this is one good example of what modern city development ought to be. the Dutch really are leaders of the pack in this area
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Leon Z wrote a review Jul 2016
Drunen, The Netherlands1,177 contributions71 helpful votes
This relatively new bridge is made from corten steel giving it a rusty appearance. However it is quite modern and nicely combined with lots of green, both bushes with flowers and larger trees. It is really an oase in the middle of the city and it connects the new area of Den Bosch West, with its modern buildings (offices and appartments) with the ancient centre of this old city. On both sides there is an elevator but today one of them was out of order making it difficult for people in wheelchairs, on bikes or with strollers to use this connection. The fact that one of the elevators was out of service was indicated on the other side so that it did not come as a surprise. This bridge has taken a long time to construct but now that its there is is a nice connection that is attractive for many people to use it, both locals and tourists alike, to enter the city in a different way than before.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Floris__111 wrote a review May 2016
The Netherlands15 contributions5 helpful votes
A new bridge crossing the railroad tracks, this bridge does remind you a little bit of the high line in New York, with plants and nice views as you cross the railroad tracks. On the west side is a new neighbourhood with some nice restaurants.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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