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My name is Jordi and for a few years I have lived in the Netherlands, where I work as a guide. In these years I have traveled in every corner of this country, and now I am dedicated to show the beauty of some of the most unknown cities, thus sharing my passion for history with visitors.
Arnhem is synonymous with class and fashion. The capital of the Dutch province of Gelderland, it is also known by many for its role in the history of the Second World War where one of the fiercest and most important battles of the conflict took place.
In the past, Arnhem was also the favorite city of the Dutch elite and upper class, not for nothing is it also commonly known as the 'Little Beech of the East'.
Without forgetting its past, the city today offers us a lively center to walk through, exploring its many historic buildings, green areas, or enjoying its shopping streets.
Our tour begins at the central train station of Arnhem, a wonderful building that shows us the most contemporary face of the city. Traveling towards the historic center of Arnhem, and some of the oldest and liveliest streets and squares in the city, such as the Korenmarkt or Rijnstraat street, full of shops and cafes, we will arrive at the church of San Eusebio , one of the most representatives of the city. Its huge 93-meter tower will capture all your eyes, in addition to its Dutch-Gothic style. Did you know that the construction of this temple lasted more than a century?
We will continue with our itinerary until we reach the banks of the Rhine River and we will stop at the famous John Frost Bridge , known in film history as 'A Bridge Too Far', and where one of the most important events of World War II took place. .
Further on we come to one of the most architecturally beautiful areas of the city, the Musiskwartier . Back in the heart of Arnhem, we walk through one of the most attractive and interesting squares that the city preserves and where we find buildings such as the old post office or the Koepelkerk , and where we will put an end to our tour of the center of the city. flirtatious Arnhem. You sign up?
In front of the Burger King of the Arnhem train station, next to the exits of the station towards the center and the buses. Look for the guide with a yellow umbrella with the name Tours Holland on it.
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).