Van der Valk Hotel Middelburg

Paukenweg 3, Middelburg, 4327, The Netherlands
Van der Valk Hotel Middelburg
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Travel in Holland

by Ceois

How canone travel from Veere to Middleburg the easiest and most convenient way?

Re: Travel in Holland

by pieter_jan_v

Connexxion Bus 54

Details at http://www.connexxion.nl

Departure times from Veere, Langedam
06:27 07:27 08:27 08:57 09:57 10:57 11:57 12:57 13:57 14:57 15:57 16:57 17:57 18:57


PJ

Re: Travel in Holland

by Pijlmans

Most convenient probably would be by taxi

http://www.detelefoongids.nl/bg/plaats-veere/w-taxi/1/

Cheers,
Dennis

Travel Tips for Middelburg

A Jump For Joy

by RoyJava

We had a small exhibition in Zeeland and, I read about the remarkable Zeeland-goddess. Regarded as a Roman Goddess and "The Seafarer". Known through carved Roman stones which were washed up. Shown with the famous Cornucopia, baskets of fruit and dog or on a ship.

In Zeeland there was an exhibition special dedicated to this Zeeland-goddess. That was a "jump for joy" to find out this creature wasn't a Roman Goddess at all, but a truly Dutch one and, maybe connected with the ancient Celtic traditions and, the German Holle. So Zeeland, Middelburg, and Domburg, always will be reminded by this legendary Nehalenniae, the Great Goddess, and for that reason worth an ancient history ...
Thanks to Nehalenniae!

Middelburg history

by tompt

Middelburg is was inhabited before the 9th century. Around that time there was a fort either against the Vikings or built by the Viking King Harald, who was lord of walcheren in 841.
The abbey was founded in 1125. And is still an important building in the citycenter.
In 1217 Middelburg got city rights.
The cityhall was built in the 1400's.

Middelburg was once the third city in the Republic. After The Hague, seat of the Government (but officially no city), the place to do (political) business with the Republic. And Amsterdam, rich and famous, the largest city and the place to do some trading with the Republic. But Middelburg was almost equally important as a trading city.
World's fist multinational the V.O.C. (United East Indies Company) had several offices and warehouses in Middelburg. Many ships for the V.O.C. were made in Middelburg.

The V.O.C. ruled for almost 200 years. When the V.O.C. stopped functioning, Middelburg stopped. The once wealthy city became a normal dutch city, with little money.
They built a canal (Kanaal door Walcheren) to attract trade and industry to the city again, but it failed. In a sence that was good, because that is why there are 1100 monuments left in Middelburg. In other cities they were demolised to make space for industry.

In 1940 at the beginning of WW II Middelburg has been destroyed by German bombs, because the Dutch refused to surrender in Zeeland after the capitulation. English, French and Dutch soldiers fought for 3 weeks by then Middelburg was destroyed. After the war the Dutch were able to rebuild it.

To the beach by bicycle

by conny_bazen

A I told you before Middelburg is very near the beach. It's less than 20 minutes by bicycle to the nearest beach Dishoek...... We visited friends at a campground in Dishoek and went to the beach. After that we went to Vlissingen for a nice drink. It was a great day !!

Luctor et Emergo

by ATLC

The device of the Province of Zeeland.
The coat of arms shows a lion emerging from the sea.
This gablestone can be found above one of the entry gates on the Abbey Square.

Now let's walk about town....

Middelburg, some facts

by tompt

Middelburg is the capital of the Province of Zeeland and is situated oin the former island Walcheren. There were 46.234 people living here in 2003. The municipality of Middelburg is on 49 km2 land . Except Middelburg there are some smaller towns in the municipality like Arnemuiden and St. Laurens.

In the picture you see the coat of arms of the Province of Zeeland. The words Luctor et Emergo, mean I struggle and emerge.

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