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Mill Network at Kinderdijk-Elshout

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Mill Network at Kinderdijk-Elshout

Mill Network at Kinderdijk-Elshout

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, the Mill Network at Kinderdijk-Elshout consists of 19 windmills, built in 1740. If you want to appreciate the windmills, it is best to go on foot or better; rent a bicycle and take a ride along all of the windmills. Sometimes, it is possible to visit one inside. For more detailed information visit the Kinderdijk website.

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Getting There

By Car

  • From Rotterdam (north) A20 - A16 - A15 where you have to exit the motorway at exit 22, from there follow the signs, passing the centre of Alblasserdam. From the south of Rotterdam you can connect to the A15 directly.
  • From Amsterdam and Utrecht you can take the A2 - A27 - A15 where you have to exit the motorway at exit 22, from there follow the signs.
  • From Breda take the A16 - A15 where you have to exit the motorway at exit 22, from there follow the signs.

By Boat

The is a boat connection between Rotterdam and Kinderdijk. In the summerseason Rebus has returntrips every day, except mondays at 10.45 and 14.45. The trip takes 3 hours in total. One hour to go Kinderdijk, One hour to have a look around, and again one hours to get back to Rotterdam.

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