Nijmegen has a lively nightlife. Especially at Grote Markt, Koningsplein and in Molenstraat you will find numerous restaurants, pubs and discotheques. Catch a concert in poppodium Doornroosje, drop in at art centre De Lindenberg or in Lux, which is a podium for film, theatre and debate. There are also numerous events such as the famous Nijmegen Four Days Marches and the carnival. Would you like to experience bustling Nijmegen, but sleep peacefully? How about an overnight stay in EuroParcs Resort De Kraaijenbergse Plassen.
If you love nature, you certainly do not have to stay at one of the Nijmegen holiday parks, but you should also visit the city. The Goffertpark and the Waalkade are great places to be, where you can enjoy beautiful views along the river. The forelands of the Waal and Maas with their meandering dykes and many pools, meadows, moraines, forests and marshes are a feast for those who love cycling or walking. But also in the city itself you will find plenty of natural beauty, such as in the Hortus Nijmegen and the Goffertpark.
Nijmegen is more than two thousand years old, making it the oldest city in the Netherlands. There are still numerous reminders of this centuries-old history. Add to this the beautiful river landscape and you can see why Nijmegen is so popular.
Over the centuries, many battles have been fought around Nijmegen. In Roman times, the city was an important transport hub. Roman history can be felt everywhere in the city. Like in de Lange Hezelstraat: Nijmegen's oldest street has a medieval flair. Other sights include the Sint-Stevenskerk, the historic town hall, the Waag, the Grote Markt and the St. Nicholas Chapel. History and green landscape meet in the Hunnerpark, the Valkhof with the footbridge and the Barbaross ruins and the Kronenburgerpark with the Kruittoren. Culture lovers will get their money's worth in museums such as De Bastei, Het Valkhof and the Huis van de Nijmeegse Geschiedenis.
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