Cycle route between the blossoms
Culemborg, Buren, Beesd
If you cycle this route in early spring, you can enjoy the blossoms of the many fruit trees in this area. They are in full bloom then! But also when you get on your bike in another period, there is enough to see during this cycle route.
The beautiful town of Buren was once the setting for a royal wedding: William of Orange married Anna van Egmond, Countess of Buren, on 8 July 1551. The marriage took place in Buren Castle, which unfortunately no longer exists. In 1804 it was demolished, badly neglected. But the former town hall now houses the Oranjemuseum, where you can see a large scale model of the castle. In Buren you'll also find the Marechausse Museum. For anyone interested in the past, present and future of the Marechaussee, this is an interesting place.
In Culemborg, you can visit the Elisabeth Orphanage Museum, which is perhaps the most expensive orphanage in the Netherlands. You will also find a Toeristisch Overstappunt (Tourist Transfer Point) here. If you would like to start your cycle route here, this is a good starting point. And don't forget to enjoy the Regulieren nature reserve as you cycle along. In May and June, most of the flowers are in bloom!
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