Cycle route Let off steam around Nijkerk
Bunschoten, Putten, Nijkerk
This cycle route largely leads you along the Nuldernauw and the Nijkerkernauw, the edge lakes that separate Flevoland from Gelderland. Bunschoten, together with its sister city Spakenburg, is mainly known as a fishing town. The fish auction can still be visited. The weekly market is also recommended. Every Saturday you will find more than 100 stalls with quality items. Putten is a cozy, ancient village full of history. Putten has a lot to offer for nature lovers. For example, do you already know the Schovenhorst Estate? For those who want to get to know Putten even better, the VVV has a fun photo puzzle tour. Voorthuizen has no less than five golf courses within the village limits. For lovers of old technology, we have saved the best for the last: steam pumping station Hertog Reijnoud (which incidentally has a remarkable similarity with the gingerbread factory of Sinterklaas) is located at Nijkerk. The pumping station is not only a showpiece of a number of steam enthusiasts, but can also really be used if necessary. The steam engine from 1882 is well worth a visit.
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