Gelderland, Holland’s largest province, has so much to offer! Discover the unforgettably beautiful natural landscapes of the Veluwe, the historic cities of Arnhem and Nijmegen, the numerous castles and manor houses of the Achterhoek area and the twisting, meandering dikes and rivers of the Rivierenland (‘Riverland’ or ‘Land of Rivers’) area.

Discover the Gelderland regions
  • Veluwe

    National Park De Hoge Veluwe is one of Holland's largest National Parks. You can explore the park on one of its free-to-use white bikes.

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  • Achterhoek

    Enjoy the landscape and game dishes of the Achterhoek.

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  • Arnhem

    Surrounded by nature and filled with culture: this is clearly Arnhem!

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  • Nijmegen

    A much-loved town in the South ever since the Roman era.

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Accommodation in Gelderland

Hotels in Arnhem and Nijmegen or holiday homes in the Veluwe area. Check out our selection of accommodation in this province.

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Hotels in Gelderland

537 accommodations in Gelderland. Choose from a wide variety of hotels, B&B's, apartments. Book a city trip to Arnhem or Nijmegen or enjoy nature in this beautiful region.

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In the footsteps of Van Gogh

Visit the most beautiful Van Gogh locations and learn everything there is to learn about the life and works of one of the most famous artists of all time.

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Gelderland details

Gelderland consists of four regions: the Veluwe, the Arnhem-Nijmegen area, the Achterhoek, and Rivierenland. All four are fantastically beautiful and memorable, but the most famous of the four is without a doubt the Veluwe, with its beautiful nature parks, the Kröller-Müller Museum and Het Loo Royal Palace. A day out in the historic cities of Arnhem and Nijmegen or a zoo or amusement park is a great way to top off any holiday in any of these regions, while the picturesque hamlets and villages of the Achterhoek provide an ideal peaceful setting to rest, relax in. The Achterhoek region is also well known for its numerous castles and manor houses and – during autumn – venison and other game. Lastly, there is Rivierenland, itself subdivided into the Betuwe, the Bommelerwaard and the Land of Maas and Waal (two major rivers). Rivierenland means ‘Riverland’ or ‘Land of Rivers’, and this region’s handsome fruit orchards, winding dikes, meandering rivers and vast natural vistas make it truly unique.