|Local draught beer||$4.07|
|Cinema, international release, 1 seat||$14.85|
|Milk (1 liter)||$1.40|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$27.12|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre||$1 220.34|
|Taxi 1hour Waiting||$33.90|
|Gasoline (1 liter)||$2.37|
|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$40.68|
Oldenzaal, located in the Overijssel province of eastern Netherlands, is an ancient city known for its vibrant atmosphere and famous local hospitality. Oldenzaal is the doorway to the beautiful Northeast Twente landscape and is enveloped by gorgeous vistas that are great for outdoor activities. The popular tourist destination is also visited by thousands of tourists round the year with the many cheap flights to Oldenzaal available from all over; the airports at Münster and Groningen are both less than a hundred km away.
Avatarz Nature Park is an ecological climbing forest where you can enjoy an amazing climbing adventure amidst the towering trees. A beautiful area east of Oldenzaal, Lutterzand offers opportunities for canoeing, rafting, kick-biking, rope-climbing, mountain biking etc. The Outdoor Challenge Park, a 230 acre park with limpid lakes, lush forests and sandy beaches is a unique concept because of the relationship with nature and sustainable energy.
Bike through the beautiful Twente countryside and experience real peasant life in Kaamps. The Manor Farm offers a beautiful and tranquil environment for both children and adults to appreciate the bounty of nature and farm animals. Pick seasonal fruits to your heart’s content at the celebrated Fruit Nursery’t Düvelshöfke. The nursery is on the edge of the moraine area Oldenzaal and near the Haagse Bos; the area offers some fantastic cycling routes. Nature-lovers should not miss out on the opportunity to visit, especially when there are so many cheap flights to Oldenzaal.
'T Veen Foxes is a small rustic pocket theatre with different performances. Experience the exclusive rural atmosphere and enjoy the sculpture garden with a lovely terrace. Museum The Jester is located adjacent to the Museum Pilgrim in a former small arms cottage. The museum exhibits a permanent collection celebrating 59 years of Oldenzaal’s carnival heritage which includes apparel, stabbing, photos, movies, awards and other prized and fun items. See the rich religious heritage at Museum, the Pilgrim, and the opulent lifestyle of the Pathe family at Museum het Palthe House. The town is a shoppers’ paradise with shops ranging from large departmental stores to cosy boutiques to be found all over. The plentiful hotels in Oldenzaal assure you of a comfortable stay.