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Pocket Guide: Nijmegen

At nearly 2000 years, Nijmegen is one of the Netherlands’ oldest cities. Obviously they claim they’re the oldest city, but Maastricht has made the same claim, so who knows who to believe. Nijmegen is built along the Waal river and is well-known for the Four Days Marches and large concerts in Goffertpark; there is also many history is to be found.

Stationsbuurt

When staying in the Stationsbuurt you’ll discover that you can easily travel around town, and even to explore further afield

. Even though it is a bit of walk you can even travel from the station to the city centre by foot.

Benedenstad

Benedenstad is on the shore of the Waal, a hillside in the city centre. When you are down below on the Waalkade you get a breathtaking view over the river with its passing cargo boats and the Waalbrug (bridge). Here you will also discover a great selection of restaurants and cafes.

From the quay you can walk up a steep slope and pass the oldest house in Nijmegen, the Besiendershuis (built around 1525).

Centrum

In the city centre you will find the oldest shopping street in Nijmegen with several shops in authentic buildings: Lange Hezelstraat. Near the shopping street you’ll find the Kronenburgerpark; this park is something else, thanks to the 30-metre high Kruittoren, and the remains of a medieval wall.

Other sights are the Grote Markt, the historic Town Hall and the Sint-Stevenskerk (oldest and biggest church in Nijmegen).

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