10 Things to do in Limburg
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2. Landal De Lommerbergen
Landal De Lommerbergen is located in one of the most beautiful places on the Maas river in Limburg. The surrounding area is hilly and wooded and this encourages enjoyment of the outdoors all year long. With 502 accommodations, this wooded holiday park is one of Landal GreenParks' larger parks. So there is enough to do at this park in Reuver. Children can carry out capers on the adventure island, in the indoor play area or in the Subtropical Water Paradise. The wave pool, the metres-long slides and the Kids Jungle pool ensure hours of water fun. And with the Exotic Garden of the Subtropical Water Paradise with herbal baths, infra red cabins, quick tanners and swimmersbar, you will also not be bored. You can find true tranquillity in the warmth of the steam bath. For ultimate relaxation, book a wonderful beauty treatment or massage in the beauty salon. Click here to visit the website.
3. Movie theatre Luxor Reuver
A full service movie theatre which displays the newest movies that are out at the moment. Click here to visit the website.
4. Searching the Dragon
‘Draaksteken’ is an open-air theatre show, performed once every seven years by the residents of the village Beesel. The next Draaksteken show will take place in the summer of 2023. In the mean time there is plenty to discover about the ‘Draaksteken’. The village Beesel lives and breathes the story of Saint George and the Dragon. Visitors are welcomed by the dragon at the roundabout outside the village. You can take a walk through the centre of the village, past some important places in the history of Draaksteken. There is also a special Dragon Walk for children. Explore Beesel like a local with audio tour guides. Download the free IZI.Travel app. Click here to visit the website.
5. XBAZE Jump Arena
A trampoline park for young and old, from starting jumper to professional free runner. XBAZE has several entertainment areas where you can take on the challenge with gravity. At XBAZE you will not only find trampolines, but everything to jump, battle and perform cool tricks on. Here walls turn into floors and heights are your best friend. The Jumptower is your biggest challenge, dare to make a somersault into a container full of foam blocks!
Xbaze also has a separate VIRTUAL REALITY space. Embark on a virtual roller coaster, float through the sky like an astronaut, jam to the beats on your favorite top-40 songs or enjoy the view from a New York skyscraper. With a wide range of VR games you can experience lifelike adventures at XBAZE. The ultimate Virtual Reality Experience! Temporarily escape from the reality of everyday life and explore virtual reality where possibilities go beyond your imagination. Click here to visit the website.
6. Castle community Brüggen
Beesel maintains a good relationship with the near by German village of Brüggen. Its castle, watermill and traditional architecture add to the special charm of this village. It was the most important castle in the north of the Duchy of Jülich, built in 13th century. Today part of the castle house is a hunting and natural history museum. Keep an eye out for the events that take place on the pavements. Click here to visit the website.
Various crafts men are active in Beesel. There is a tasting room where you can try various liqueurs and spirits distilled in the nearby distillery. Receipes forthese liqueurs are formulated and improved by Willem Veldman in cooperation with local producers. In this way every liqueur and spirit has a unique taste, composed with the best local products and knowledge. Click here to visit the website.
8. Cindy Heldens (Ceramist)
Clay is an important raw material in our region. This clay is used in the ceramic industry for centuries. Cindy Heldens organises workshops in the field of alternative firing techniques and throwing on the pottery wheelin her studio in Beesel. Suitable for beginners and advanced clay lovers. Experience a relaxing day or several days in rural surroundings! Click here to visit the website.
9. (not only) Just for children: Drakenrijk and Toverland
BillyBird Park Drakenrijk offers its visitors the total beach experience. The park consists of a lake, with a sandy beach and a lovely sunbathing meadow. This recreational park is to be expanded in the near future, to include a number of play areas. The first pla yarea starts in 2019. Click here to visit the website.
Themepark Toverland is a family business full of passion and enthusiasm. With a round 800,000 guests every year and over 35 attractions and shows Toverland operates with a clear vision: creating magical experiences of happiness! Enjoy among other the indoor theme area or the wooden rollercoaster Ithaka. Click here to visit the website.
Golf enthusiasts will love Golfodome, an 18-hole, short golf course. A golf certificate is not required here! Click here to visit the website.
An angling river, 460 metres long and 6 metres wide, has been constructed along the motor way, south of Reuver. If the weather is bad, you can fish indoors here ‘Indoor Visrivier Reuver’. Click here to visit the website.
In vegetablegarden "Historische Groentehof"(Historicalvegetable court), around 300 species of historic, unusual and rare vegetables are grown. Visit the garden and take a guided tour to hear exciting, funny and unique stories. Click here to visit the website.