Vreden in the Münsterland
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Cult and Pink
Vreden

Vreden

A delightful cultural mix! Culture and living traditions in the kult, the "1st German Museum of Silhouettes" in the old town hall, the largest and smallest shoes in the world in the Miniature Shoe Museum as well as extraordinary church and craft treasures can be discovered in Vreden.

Pure nature and pink!

Exotic superstars in pink - these are undisputedly the free-living flamingos in the Zwillbrocker Venn. Diversity and local "inhabitants" can also be discovered in Vreden's other Natura 2000 areas. Vreden connects! Whether you are a culture or nature lover, active on the cross-border cycling and hiking trails, or by canoe on the Berkel.

Borderless Berkel

Experience the border region from the water - borderless, active and close to nature. Canoeing on the Berkel is also a journey through history. The Berkel was used for merchant shipping between 1652 and 1890. Today the Berkel is a tranquil river that becomes wider on the Dutch side. The tranquillity of nature and the atmosphere of the countryside are unique.

Vreden for cycling enthusiasts

Cycling tours can be arranged for groups to visit neighbours and friends on both sides of the border. In addition to active recreation, enjoyment is not neglected.

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Zwillbrocker Venn in Vreden Zwillbrocker Venn in Vreden
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