Our first time in the Netherlands, we were annoyed that we had to pay to enter the park. The bikes, however, are mostly in good condition and at no additional cost.
About De Hoge Veluwe National Park
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The terrain is changed constantly from rain forest to dunes, meadow, lakes... no accents so the ride is so easy and peaceful. You can take the white bycicles from each entrance of the park, but we took it from the centrum. Came at 8:30 and...More
Visited during our last holiday and spent the day riding round the park on the bicycles available from the park. Great place to visit and had a picnic with the kids. Brilliant visit which was helped by the decent weather.
Expect to pay for everything; parking, art gallery entry, general entry and a map are on the list of things bound to add to the money you will be spend here. Though as I said it's great once you're in. Especially if you utilise the...More
We had a 2-day-stay here with a camper on the nature camping place. Good facilities - relatively clean. It's sooo silent at night! In the park you can grab free (white) bikes and explore the park. There's a museum, Kröller-Müller, with important works of Vincent...More
This was the highlight of our short trip to the Nertherlands. The weather played along, so the bike ride with the whole family was very enjoyable. The natural museum was wonderful. Pity we could spend ony an hour there. Another 5kms brought us to the...More
Excellent castle for weary little ones. It has the right amount of historic fact for our 3 kids (3,5,7) whilst letting them use their imagination of living in the tike the castle was built. They particularly enjoyed the dressing up room and jousting. Again great...More
Good place for cycling and really interesting landscape. Didn't visit the museum's but ate at the restaurant which had a good choice of food. Visit on a sunny day and there are plenty of routes to cycle. Bicycles are provided and although with only one...More
I will start by saying, everyone visiting the Netherlands should go out of their way to visit this park. It's so far visual removed from what you see driving along the freeways and roads. It's like your in a different part of the world. As...More