Muiden Travel Guide

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Muiden Things to Do

  • Muiderslot part XI

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part X

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part IX

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part VIII

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part VII

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part VI

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part V

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part IV

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part III

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part II

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Muiderslot part I

    In May 2016 I went to the Muiderslot. First I took a guided tour (which will last for about half an hour). This tour will bring you through 5 rooms: the living/bedroom, bishoproom, kitchen, great hall and Princes room. These rooms has mainly 17th Century furniture in it. The guide will tell you all about the history how it was to live in this...

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  • Walk in town

    Take a walk inside this little fascinating town and have a look at the fabulous boats that are in the canals.The town is not really big, you can easily walk inside it without getting lost or without having any problem.

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  • Castle

    The first castle on this site was built around 1280 by Count Floris V of Holland, to control the estuary of the river Vecht into the former Zuidersea. And undoubtedly it would also have been used to raise toll from passing ships on the river Vecht, as this river flowed through the territory of the bishops of Utrecht; opponents of Floris.In 1296...

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  • check out the castle

    7.50 euro entrance fee and 2.50 euro for a guide book - though there are free brochures along at the castle with a map of what there is to see in the castle.The info boards around the entrance are interesting with historical information of the castle along with the necessities of opening times and the layout. These tell us that the castle is...

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  • History of the fort that protected...

    The sign says here that the ' construction of Fort Aan Het Pampus was a cause of disagreement between the army and the government. The army saw no good in the structure because it considered the defense of the Zuiderzee to be a task of the navy and they didnt expect warships to be able to negotiate the shallow Zuiderzee anyway.The politicians...

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Muiden Restaurants

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    Eethuys-cafe Graaf Floris V: Lunch right where the action is

    by ATLC Updated Apr 13, 2011

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    It was a sunny and warm day, the day that I visited Muiden. On the pavement along the water were various outdoor seatings to enjoy lunch. I chose to have my lunch at Graaf Floris V and enjoyed the view of the rotating bridge and the pleasure boats passing by.
    Service was quick and good.
    The restaurant-cafe itself has oldfashioned style with dark gleaming wood. Quite nice. Toilets were good too.

    English lunch menu
    Full menu in English

    Favorite Dish: I had a great fish soup with 2 big chunks of crusty dark bread for 4,90 euro. Two diet Cokes with lemon and the total amounted to 8,70 euro. Not expensive!

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Muiden Transportation

  • Drive around Muiden and the Netherlands

    Ive rented cars several times to drive myself around the Netherlands - an easy country to drive around with good freeways and generally well signposted though at times a bit hair raising if youve not taken notice of place names enroute to your destination to know freeway changes - but with so many sights off the main train and bus routes its so...

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  • Getting there from Amsterdam by public...

    Muiderslot is absolutely do-able from Amsterdam.From Amsterdam Amstel station, take line 110, 152 or 157, every 15 mins on weekdays and every half hour weekends. Trip takes 16 minutes.The walk through Muiden to the castle is delightful and easy (about 20 minutes).

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  • Come by boat

    These two old grand ladies were lying in the harbour along Heerengracht. And they were not the only ones!Count yourself lucky if you can get around by boat, either owned, rented, or as a guest on one. Lovely way to celebrate your holiday.

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Muiden Shopping

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    Madame Mik Mak: Browse!

    by ATLC Written Jul 14, 2005

    Unfortunately I had no time to browse, but this shop did look enticing! I'm guessing you'll find a lot of treasures here. Just the things you weren't looking for at all, or something you'd been searching for a while for.

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Muiden Warnings and Dangers

  • Road speedometer

    In Holland roads bikes have the right on everybody and everything, usually they run on dedicated places at the side of roads, but it can happen that you find them on normal roads, specially in city center, so pay attention and watch carefully.

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  • Bikes on the street

    In Holland roads bikes have the right on everybody and everything, usually they run on dedicated places at the side of roads, but it can happen that you find them on normal roads, specially in city center, so pay attention and watch carefully.

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  • French maids in frilly knickers on a...

    Jokes aside - there was quite a crowd getting a bit impatient at the slow progress - well none for a while - at getting through the ticket booth. Which took about a half an hour wait to finally get my ticket! At the beginning of the queue was a group in medieval costumes so I wondered what interesting entertainment might be going on once we got...

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Muiden Off The Beaten Path

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    Drive from Muiden to Utrecht along the...

    by angiebabe Written Apr 5, 2008

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    Taking our fountain of knowledge VTer AnkeThea's (ATLC) advice I took the roads that follow along the River Vecht from Muiden down to Utrecht - I got to Vreeland though (after many photos and pretty sights) and got onto the faster road directly to Utrecht.

    But I would recommend this route as a lovely drive - you get to see lovely villages along the way, came across a number of windmills, and a mix of lovely green fields and canals with the residences of those that live right beside the river or on it in their houseboats.

    Dutch sheep fast asleep! also admiring the view
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Muiden Sports & Outdoors

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    Boating

    by ATLC Written Jul 14, 2005

    Muiden is situated on the estuary of the river Vecht. The river Vecht starts near Utrecht and along its borders are some of the most beautiful scenery and grand manors that this little country boasts. The river ends in the estuary at Muiden into the IJsselmeer.
    So you can imagine there's a lot of sailing and motoryachting going on here.

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Muiden Favorites

  • Useful phone numbers

    The most common European emergency number 112 (following Directive 2002/22/EC: Universal Service Directive) and also standard on GSM mobile phones. 112 is used in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,...

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  • Few words in Dutch

    Below few words that you can use while traveling in Holland:good morning = goedemorgengood afternoon = goedemiddaggood evening = goedenavondsee you = tot zienssee you soon = tot gauwyes = jano = neemaybe = misschienare you sure? (of it) = ben je daar zeker van?of course! = natuurlijk!thank you (formal) = dank U welthank you (informal) = dank je...

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Walk from parking to center
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Free parking
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No tourist office
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Fortress island Pampus
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DO NOT wear heels!
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Back in time on Muiderslot!
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