There is a lot of cultural history to discover around Zutphen. This route takes you along a number of ancient sights. In the meantime you can enjoy the many natural beauty.
In the woods of the Het Grote Veld nature reserve, the kilometers seem to pass by themselves, while you drive between the fragrant pine trees. How wonderfully peaceful it is here. A little further on you pass through Almen where the village center still breathes the atmosphere of the past. The village church originally dates from the fourteenth century. The Museum of Old Book Printing is also located on Dorpsstraat, it can be viewed by appointment!
In the countryside you drive through a mosaic of forests, stream valleys and flowery fields. What a beautiful cycling landscape! You pass Molen Geertruida Cornelia, a flour mill from 1893. Close to the IJssel you pass the Ravenswaarden. This unique nature reserve is one of the best-preserved Dutch winding values. After you have passed the Warkense Molen from 1878, you will pass Den Bramel Castle a little further on. At Restaurant Frappant Eten & Drinken you can relax afterwards.
House de Voorst
Just behind Zutphen is a park-like estate with a stately country house: De Voorst. The seventeenth-century mansion has the appearance of Versailles. It was designed by renowned architects Jacob Roman and Daniel Marot. They are, among other things, responsible for the design of Paleis het Loo.
|Restaurant FraPPanT eten & drinken (Mispelkampdijk, 7251 DA, Bronckhorst, Gelderland, The Netherlands)||0.00 km|
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|82 (Heijendaalseweg, 7251HW, Bronckhorst, Gelderland, The Netherlands)||2.46 km|
|46 (7231PM, Lochem, Gelderland, The Netherlands)||6.15 km|
|45 (7218, Lochem, Gelderland, The Netherlands)||9.32 km|
7251 DA Bronckhorst
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