|Cinema, international release, 1 seat||$12.20|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre||$813.56|
|Chicken breasts at the market||$12.20|
|One-way ticket (local transport)||$2.71|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$6.78|
Wageningen, located in the Gerderland province of central Netherlands, is a historic city famous for its scenic settings, the Wageningen University and a number of attractions that are guaranteed to keep tourists busy. Served by the international airport at Weeze that is 82 km away, there are a number of cheap flights to Wageningen available from all over.
Perched on the Nederrijn River’s north bank, Wageningen boasts of incredible scenic beauty that is perfect for walking, hiking and cycling. The Foundation Guild Wageningen and the Historical Society Old Wageningen organize several walks, including one through the meadows and stroll in Monte Wageningen. The well-signposted cycle routes that are part of the Veluwe cycling routes are ideal for those wanting to explore the surrounds. Canoeing on the Grift is an exhilarating way of discovering the natural beauty of Wageningen. Enjoy nature, space and beautiful surroundings besides 500 kinds of organic flowers in the Pluktuin Nursery Flowery. Belmonte Botanical Garden, formerly the estate of a noble family, offers some breathtaking views from the mountain ridge and over the Lower Rhine, across the country, dikes and meadows with willow trees and farms. To enjoy nature at its pristine best is sufficient reason for many to avail the cheap flights to Wageningen.
Wageningen is historically significant; after the Germans were defeated in World War II, the capitulation agreement was signed at the town’s Hotel de Wereld that is now a centre of tourist attraction. The National Liberation Window commemorates all those who fought, suffered and contributed to the country’s freedom. The "Fallen Monument 1940-1945 'in Wageningen was established in memory of all citizens who died by acts of war during German occupation. The Great Church destroyed in 1940 due to the war was rebuilt later; the "Michael Bell" was donated by the city of Utrecht and the clock by Buurkerk, also in Utrecht. The province of Gelderland is considered to be the brickyard of the Upper Polder, with the Wageningen brickworks dating back to 1846.
Wageningen gives your palate some delicious reasons for staying on; the restaurants and cafés serve some of the most delightful foods in the region while the hotels in Wageningen ensure that your stay is most comfortable.