Discover the Veluwe and its beautiful nature reserves, such as De Hoge Veluwe National Park and Veluwezoom National Park, famous museums such as the Kröller-Müller and Het Loo palace, pleasant towns, excellent restaurants and many zoos and animal parks. The Veluwe will never cease to delight you.

Discover the Veluwe
  • De Hoge Veluwe National Park

    Explore De Hoge Veluwe on a white bike, free of charge, or during an exciting safari.

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  • National Park Veluwezoom

    The oldest National Park of the Netherlands has been attracting nature lovers since 1931. Will you also come and admire the nature and the estates?

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  • Veluwe Routes

    Discover the most splendid paths through the magnificent and varied Veluwe. Also take a look at our range of fully organised bicycle holidays in this area.

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Map of Veluwe

More about Veluwe

The Veluwe is one of the most varied and versatile regions of Holland. Lying in the province of Gelderland, the Veluwe is one continuous expanse of natural landscape, blending forests with heathlands, sand drifts, lakes and meres. You’ll find beautiful nature reserves here such as De Hoge Veluwe National Park and Veluwezoom National Park, as well as Holland’s largest estate, the former Royal Palace, Het Loo, and the Kröller-Müller Museum with its world-famous Van Gogh collection.

Cultural discoveries, culinary delights and shopping fun is where Arnhem excels. Visiting this historic city also gives you the ideal opportunity to explore popular attractions such as the Netherlands Open Air Museum, the Apenheul and Burger’s Zoo. The Veluwe is also home to ancient Hanseatic towns such as Doetinchem, Zutphen and Deventer, where the atmosphere of the 14th and 15th centuries is still tangibly present.

Savour the pure flavours of the Veluwe in one of the region’s many excellent restaurants, at a local cheese farm or wine farm or during a Veel Luwe Smultour, which combines cycling, beautiful landscapes, and fair, honest local Veluwe produce.