Hotel De Zalm

Voorstraat 6, Brielle, The Netherlands
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Forum Posts

Schools in Brielle

by lyndseyfenwick


My husband, 8year old son and I are hoping to move to Brielle. We are English but have been living in the Netherlands for 6 months so our son is pretty good with the language. We are looking for advice on schools in the area. I have emailed the council but had no response! Any other advice would also be gratefully received!

Many Thanks

Re: Schools in Brielle

by qaminari

Not exactly advice but see or look on this website

Re: Schools in Brielle

by pieter_jan_v

I call the cavelery: ATLC!


Re: Schools in Brielle


hi there Lyndsey,
I live in Brielle, and I can help.
Please e-mail me !


Travel Tips for Brielle

Fortified Village

by nepalgoods

After driving some miles along the Rotterdam Europort with all its factories, harbour cranes and big gas and oil tanks I passed a wall and found myself suddenly hundreds of years in the past: small roads, canals, bridges and tiny neat houses.

The town walls of the Middle ages were replaced in the end of 17th century and completed in 1713. Today you can still see this fortifications with 9 bastions and 5 ravelins. The fortifications have been restored in the 1970s.

There is a special website with more informations about Netherslands Fortified Towns I loved the atmosphere of peace and quietness after entering the town

Town walk

by Mique

Since i didn't want to miss a thing i took the town walk. Got the info at the desk of the tourist information agency (1,50 euro) and equiped with that brochure i spend a better part of the afternoon taking pictures of these old buildings, reading up on background information and had a very good time in general..

Since it was november already, i didn't meet any other people doing the same route.. And some people even looked at me when i was trying to get the best possible picture.. But i thoroughly enjoyed myself. I know it sound as a cliche but i have to admit i enjoyed everything.

A close up of the Town Hall in Brielle.

by Waalewiener

This is a close up of the Town Hall in Brielle .
This now Town Hall dates back to 1623 .and over the years this building was used as a Jail and as a ''Waag ''which means a Weighhouse. Many Towns in the Netherlands had a Weighouse.

Brielle lies on the island Voorne


Europoort is in fact a huge conglomeration of chemical industry. See travelogue Europoort
But...hang on...attached to Europoort there is the island Voorne-Putten, an amazingly quiet rural region, rich in history and culture and a great place to live.

Proud of History

by nepalgoods

Brielle has been the first city which was freed from the Spanish Occupiers in 1572. This event, which took place on April 1st 1572, is still commemorated every year with parades and a festival. Even though the town looks very quiet and small, in the Middle Ages Brielle was an important port, more important than Rotterdam. But the arm of the river Meuse /Maas, which lead to Brielle and brought all the ships to the town was dammed in the beginning of the 20th century. Rotterdamm took over the roll of important harbour and Brielle stayed a lovely old city.


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