Doesburg was a settlement on river dunes that became a flourishing Hanseatic city and garrison town. Today, it’s also
known as the mustard city. But, Doesburg has so much more to offer. In the medieval streets lined with beautiful
buildings, you can feel the atmosphere of times past. Climb to the top of the 15th-century Martini Church for a panoramic
view of Doesburg and the IJssel. On another corner is the City Beer House De Waag, the oldest bar in the Netherlands.
Hanseatic merchants met there to do business. Those times have passed, and the merchant’s shouts have
disappeared. Nowadays, Doesburg is a quiet provincial city, which still holds many secrets in its monumental buildings.
For several years now Doesburg has featured a modern walkway along the IJssel.
This is why Doesburg is worth a visit for groups:
- Cultural Sunday: many galleries that are all open on the 1st Sunday of the month, sometimes with live music
- a beautiful old town, protected cityscape, we take you along with a local guide
- impressive historic buildings such as the Arsenaal and De Waag, you can enjoy delicious food and organize your meeting here
- Musée René Lalique, even the Metropolitan museum lends pieces to this museum
Would you like to visit Elburg? With this packages you will see this beautiful city.
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