Cycle route along the German border
Dinxperlo, Aalten, Hemden
The Toeristische Opstap Punt (TOP) is the start of your cycle route in Dinxperlo. Together with the town of Suderwick, it forms a twin village across the German-Dutch border. The unique thing about this place is that it is the only place where German citizens live and are registered on a Dutch street. But do they speak German or Dutch in the twin village? A bit of both. They speak a common dialect.
The market of Aalten and its surroundings have become a protected village. On Thursdays, it is the most extensive and certainly worth walking over. One of the oldest pubs in Aalten is Oerkroeg Schiller. A special building, where they pay attention to (special) beers and incorporate their own picked vegetables in your meal. Two museums can be visited in the neighbourhood: the farm museum De Neeth and the museum in hiding. While cycling, you will also pass three windmills. With the old Dutch windmills and Berenschot's watermill, you'll have a pleasant variation on the route.
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