The border nowadays is a small bridge over the Glanerbeek river.
At botch sides of the border are border stones.
The former check points in the middle of the street are taken away and there is nothing special in crossing the border.
Glanerbrug is the last stop of the Prignitzer Eisenbahn, a German train company that runs the trains from Enschede to Munster.
The former main street, busy by International traffic, now has been transformed into a shopping street with slow traffic and more trees.
Shops at Glanerbrug.
Enschede is the start point of a cycling route that follows the Dutch-German border called Grensstenen cycling route.