The Vaalserberg (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈvaːlsərˌbɛr(ə)x], Ripuarian: Volserberg [ˈvɔlsəʀˌbæʀ˦(ə)ç]) is a mountain with a height of 322.4 metres (1,058 ft) above NAP and is the highest point in the European part of the Netherlands, also known as "Dutch Mountains". The Vaalserberg is located in the province of Limburg, at the south-easternmost edge of the country, near the town of Vaals (after which it is named).
Mount Scenery on the island of Saba, which is in the Caribbean part of the Netherlands, replaced Vaalserberg as the highest point in the Netherlands, following the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles in 2010.
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Tired Bicyclist | Nov 9, 2017
Way back in two thousand we we went up by bicycle. The Mountain is just 321 m high (Vaalser Berg). Very good views down to Aachen and surroundings.
Amit Bhat | Apr 23, 2018
The view is amazing, from atop the tower. It's a disappointment that the lift does not work. Entrance fee is collected for people to climb! The place seemed a little lifeless when we went there. Maybe it's the time of the year.
Pavel Bilenko | Jul 4, 2018
Great place to visit with a lot of attractions for kids and families
Gabriele Busnelli | Jul 26, 2017
You are in the heart of Europe. Movable benches allow you to smoothly pass from one country to another! Plenty of attractions, especially on the Dutch side.
Mo Bakr | Nov 21, 2017
A point between 3 countries, a one day trip from Aachen, highly recommended
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