In the rolling hills of the Limburg, it is possible to discover a myriad of nostalgic towns and villages hidden away between meadows, woodland and colourful orchards. In 2005, the Heuvelland (literally, ‘hill country’) was declared one of the most beautiful areas in the Netherlands. It is the perfect backdrop for hiking and cycling. Here, there are vineyards, breweries, a climbing and adventure centre, a sub-tropical swimming pool, a glass works, Drielanderpunt (where the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium meet) the highest point in the Netherlands (Vaalserberg, at 322.5 metres), the most expansive maze in the Netherlands, various golf courses, outdoor go-kart tracks, a steam railway, museums and galleries, shops selling regional products, cosy pubs and intimate restaurants.
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