Amsterdam, the national capital, is located 80 miles (129 kilometers) southwest of Salland, while Haarlem is 90 miles (145 kilometers) to the southwest.
To experience the world in a different light, schedule a visit to the lovingly curated museums in the Salland region. Stedelijk Museum and American Motorcycle Museum are two of this destination’s most interesting museums. Inquiring minds will also love the Etty Hillesum Centrum and the Molen de Hoop Museum.
If you love nature and wildlife, plan a trip to De Boshoek and Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park Hellendoorn Entrance, two protected habitats where outdoor types love to visit to find some tranquility. Go for a hike through the park and go birdwatching, before having a picnic in the preserves’ beautiful environs.
The Grote Kerk is an impressive religious building that is well worth checking out. Visit the historic site to discover its past as well as to study its design.
If you could do with a spot of retail therapy you’ll love the stores and stalls that are part of the Grote Markt. It is a vibrant place full of fashion, accessories, fresh produce and great places to eat.
Step back in time at Vilsteren Estate; one of the most-loved snapshots of history in Salland. Many people visit this site and other heritage buildings to obtain a better understanding of the events that shaped this city.
One of the premier family treats in the Salland area is Avonturenpark Hellendoorn. Don't miss the chance to visit this lively and engaging attraction, offering ear-to-ear smiles for children and adults alike.
Nature lovers will want to check out Drostenkamp Park, where visitors can enjoy some time outdoors. It is a peaceful place where locals and visitors alike gather to picnic, play and relax.
Salland is one of those places that gives up its hidden gems to savvy travellers who dig a little deeper. Before your time is up in this unique destination, be sure to visit The Brink, the Waag, the Lebuinuskerk and the Hervormde Kerk Ommen.