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The St Jans tower is almost dwarfed by the immense size of the St Jans Cathedral, but is still 73 meter high. You can climb this tower for a fee and enjoy the view over historic Den Bosch. The viewing platform is 43 meter high.
Our Dutch family had arranged an English speaking guide and he was awesome - on every floor he had so many interesting things to tell us about the cathedral. Great tour - but not if you have difficulty climbing stairs and/or if you’re in a...More
So, if you are in Den Bosch and are visiting the St Marks Bascilica, you MUST take the tour to the top of the steeple. Yes, it is a bit of a climb. Not all can do it. The stairs happen to be narrow and...More
Today we climbed all the way to the top of the tower, with 300 stairs between the ground a pretty exhausting experience. But because of the guide it was a pleasant trip, if you ever visit den Bosch do not forget the Sint John!
Last year you could walk around at the roof of the tower. This was a special occasion because of the remembrance of the 500 years Jheronimus Bosch year. You had a beautiful view on the city of 's Hertogenbosch and on the 'animals' on the...More