Hotel Pegasus

Soerenseweg 17, Apeldoorn, 7314 CA, The Netherlands
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Tourist Office in Apeldoorn

by Traveller2007

Hi Friends,
I am in Apeldoorn for a business trip. I am planning to have a day trip to Paris, Brussels. I wonder if there are any travel packages or tourist ofices in Apeldoorn which can take care everything from sightseeing to Hotel booking. It would be really convinient :).
Please suggest.

Thanks and Best Regards,
Pat.

RE: Tourist Office in Apeldoorn

by vtveen

Hi, Welcome to VT.

I would start contacting the official Tourist Information Centre in Apeldoorn.
VVV (Tourist Information Centre), Deventerstraat 18, Apekldoorn

website: www.vvvapeldoorn.nl
tel.:055-5260200
e-mail: info@vvvapeldoorn.nl

happy travels
Jaap

RE: RE: Tourist Office in Apeldoorn

by pieter_jan_v

You could arrange your own traintickets via http://www.tgv.com or http://www.ns.nl (international section).

I recommend http://www.weekeindjeweg.nl for a hotel deal.

BTW I think a day trip to Paris will consist of travelling for most of the day (1000 km total travel distance).

Brussels or Antwerp is more value for a day trip.

PJ

RE: RE: Tourist Office in Apeldoorn

by Traveller2007

Thank you'vtveen'and 'pieter_jan_v' for the reply. It looks like I have to plan my trip for both Sat and Sun for the trip to Paris.
I will contact vvvapeldoorn and check if they have any travel packages for Paris.

RE: RE: Tourist Office in Apeldoorn

by pieter_jan_v

Look at the Internet for some ideas:

http://www.parijs.nl/

The Dutch Railways has last minute train deals to Paris up to 50% off.

PJ

Travel Tips for Apeldoorn

This is a picture of the park...

by DanielF

This is a picture of the park Berg-en-Bos. It is a park with a forest and a lake. The most interesting part of it is the wild park of Apenheul, an incredible area where different species of apes, monkeys and other kinds of animal roam free among the visitors. A great experience (I have gone there many times and I enjoy it more and more).

You could go to the...

by nighthawk

You could go to the entertainment parc 'Koningin Juliana Toren' (Queen Juliana Tower), an amusement parc with more than 35 attractions. It is just across the street of 'Het Loo'.
More information on Apeldoorn can be found on Apeldoorn site, in Dutch but I think you can get around just fine. When Wilhelmina and Hendrik wed in 1901, the people of Apeldoorn gave this obelisk to the royal couple.
It's right at the end of the 'Loolaan' and it s 20 metres high.

Bench

by a5floor

Here and there you will see benches. You can sit here and rest. Or enjoy the sun. Most likely you will see older people sitting on these benches, enjoying the streetscenery/talking to each other/sun.

Visit our market

by vtveen

Although most cities in the Netherlands have there own market(s), I think Apeldoorn is THE market town in the country.

There are several markets on every weekday on different places. The main market is on Saturday on the market square and has a couple of hundred market vendors.

The Saturday market has a lot of food vendors with vegetables, fruit, cheese, eggs, fish and even meat. Also there are a lot of flower- and plant booths.
Monday market, also on the market square counts more fabric booths.
The others are much smaller and not very interesting for tourists.

When you visit Apeldoorn on a Monday or Saturday don't leave the town without taking a look at our market. A typical Dutch custom.

Directions:
Marktplein (Market Square), in front of the new town hall in the centre of Apeldoorn.
Parking garage: under the square

Apeldoorn, also outside the palace, quite royal

by Pavlik_NL

Apeldoorn is, because of the royal palace, a town that radiates royalty. Not only the royal family had their the palace, but anyone that was in contact with or had anything to do with, build extravagant villa's and mansions in Apeldoorn. A drive through town shows many wonderful houses in a green foresty environment. Only the new suburbs are like those of other towns in The Netherlands.

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