We spot the latest locations for spending the night, all the activities, gigs and plays on the agenda, as well as other Flevoland news, and set it out here for your perusal.
The New Land audio tour tells the story of Flevoland and has been specially made for the train journey with the sprinter train from Amsterdam Central station via Almere Centrum to Lelystad Centrum. During your train journey, listen to this theatrical audio story about the origins of Flevoland and get to know a very special sailor who has made his home on the floor of the drained Zuiderzee.
Download the tour onto your telephone and turn on your GPS. The first audio segment begins automatically as the train leaves the station.
Have you ever visited Marker Wadden? From September 2018 you can now visit the first island and discover its delightful beauty for yourself. This is a wonderful place to chase the cobwebs from your head. The island boasts an attractive beach and a natural harbour. Do a bit of twitching from the bird hides. Follow the walkers’ trails. You can reach Marker Wadden with your own or a chartered boat or by ferry service.more information
Deltawerk// is a remarkable not to mention colossal artwork. The piece is located in the Waterloopbos woods in Marknesse. The Waterloopbos is the location of a collection of large format scale models of waterworks now installed worldwide. The engineering models were constructed here during the second half of the last century as testing mock-ups. One of these waterworks was the Delta Flume; an enormous basin for testing how the (then) proposed Delta Works would react to specific natural forces. Artists Ronald Rietveld and Erick de Lyon were invited to turn the Delta Flume into an enormous piece of land art extending to more than 200 metres.more information