The Arnhem region offers an unprecedented diversity. Magnificent rolling woodlands and heaths are alternated with a vast river landscape, with the town of Arnhem at the heart of it. Here you will find attractions such as Burgers’ Zoo, the Nederlands Openluchtmuseum (Dutch open-air museum) and Wijnhuis Robbers & van den Hoogen (the national wine museum) Did you know that in addition to major attractions they also offer conference and event venues? Of course the town centre is home to a multitude of meeting venues, ideal to combine your event with visits to amazing shops, restaurants or attractions.
As an (inter)national leader focusing on Energy and Environmental Technology, the Arnhem region is a refreshing business destination. This innovative theme attracts many business trips by facilitating transfer of knowledge. For more details go to 'Why Gelderland?'.
Less than 20 kilometres apart and each with a central bus and railway station, the towns of Arnhem and Nijmegen make a combined visit an easy option. Arnhem is also a high-speed rail link from Germany or the major towns in the west of the country.
Arnhem is also easy to reach by car. From the west of the Netherlands you can take the A12 (Amsterdam/The Hague-Utrecht), from the north of the country the A50 leads through the area. From the south you can reach the region via the A2-A73 (Hasselt/Maastricht – Roermond), E34-A50 (Antwerpen/Eindhoven) and the A57 (Köln/Düsseldorf/Krefeld).
Weeze Airport is a 50-minute drive from Arnhem, Amsterdam Schiphol and Düsseldorf Airport are a 1.5 hour-drive from the region. You can even visit the area by boat as the rivers Rhine and Waal wind through the heart of this region.