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Definitely the best attraction in Amersfoort. The guide on the tour was really friendly and very interesting. Despite not being good with heights I managed it absolutely fine and the views were amazing. This should be on any visitor “must do” list!
This tower was the first on my list of historical buildings to see. The thing is you can see it from quite far as it is nearly, 100m tall. It is really beautiful and I would suggest the guided tour to the top if you...More
In the city center, ther is located de lange Jan, the nickname of the onze lieve vrouwentoren. It is almost 100 meters high and sometimes you can get inside of it and go up.
On friday there is a nice play of all the bells...More
The tower is the part remaining of a huge church that was built in the 15th century, after a miracle occurred (Maria appeared here, hence the name of the square and tower/church.. The tower can be climbed. Nearby the point is marked in the square's...More
This is the third highest bell tower in the Netherlands. I would call it a church tower, but the church itself is long gone due to an accident your hear from the excellent guide.
All tours are guided (daily at 2 pm plus one at...More
It is an awfully long way up and a awfully long way down. One has to be quite fit to get up and down.
If you can't climb the tower there is still interest at the bottom. A laser marks the point at which it...More
i saw some reviews of people who wanted to climb the tower but found a closed door: be aware that you have to buy your tickets beforehand at the VVV (the Dutch tourist office).
Only during summer months there are daily tours to the top...More