Hulst - Zeeland - The Netherlands
Hiking route 599082
Provided by: Groots Genieten
Hulst is also called the most Flemish city in the Netherlands. This fortified town is a real walking gem. You have plenty of time on foot to soak up the rich cultural history.
On the edge of Hulst you walk into the Clingse Bossen. You will see old pedunculate oaks and beech trees, but also exotic species that were created for logging. Further on, you walk past De Gevallen Krijger, a monument from 1956 in memory of the victims of the Second World War. The monument was made by a 16-year-old at the time.
Walled town of Hulst
From outside the city you can still see the old ramparts from the time when Hulst formed a fortress. The old core enjoys a protected cityscape. You will find many sights there. The fifteenth-century Basilica of St. Willibrord was proclaimed the most beautiful church in the Netherlands a few years ago. Regional Museum de Vier Ambachten is located in a former refuge for monks, the building originally dates from the sixteenth century. The town hall on the Grote Markt is a Gothic gem from 1534.
Below you will find various suggestions for breaks that you can visit during your route. These are divided into different categories, making it easy for you to choose.