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All reviews highest point great view worth a visit different countries car park viewing tower surrounding area gift shop per person nice afternoon meeting point fries steep hill small children pay a visit beautiful scenery coffee and cake
My wife and I visited here with a German friend from Aachen, which is quite near to this point. Not only can you find the Stone Plinth that marks where The Netherlands., Germany, and Belgium meet, there is a Geocache concealed within ten meters of...More
Visited during autumn break, the weather was good and there is a play ground where small children can loose some energy and a labyrinth to explore. There are two watch towers nearby where you have a good overview over the landscape. The "drielanden punt" is...More
Very old and run down, the main attraction should be the common border, which is instead marked with an anonymous rock and some paint. Have to pay for parking, only with coins (nothing bad about that, but should be signaled and they should have a...More
Visiting here, we started at the Wilhelminaturm; where for €2 per person one can ascend the Tower to get a great view overlooking Holland, Belguim and Germany. In the past, 1830 to 1919, there was a fourth country – or Land – meeting here, the...More
How often can you stand in 3 countries at the time? Well you can do that here. Meeting point of Belgium, Holland and Germany. Very beautiful drive from Aachen and the area here is very scenic. Parking is for 2Euro for all day and the...More
It's not often that a family can physically be in three countries at once but this is what we achieved on 5th July 2018. This point called Drielandenpunt in Dutch marks the exact point where The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany meet. There is one stone...More