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Part of the city's skyline, close up on St. Stevens Tower, at the high part of the citycentreNijmegen is situated in the east of the Netherlands, close to the German border and 56 kilometres from Airport Weeze. Due to its unique position on a lateral moraine on the River Waal, it has been a favourite location for residents and visitors for 2,000 years, in fact since the age of the Batavians and Romans. This makes Nijmegen the oldest city in the Netherlands.

In Nijmegen, past and present are intertwined. You can experience it for yourself. Like the Romans, high up in Valkhofpark you can admire the Dutch river landscape stretching out before you.

Admire too the old buildings on the Grote Markt, the historic chapel combined with modern architecture on the Marienburg (see photo), or stroll down the Mariënburgkapel, 2009. Fotograaf: Nick van Kleef; Auteursrecht: Regionaal Archief Nijmegen. Collectie Regionaal Archief Nijmegen, DF185Waalkade along Europe's busiest waterway. Discover Roman finds and modern art side by side in Museum Het Valkhof. Visit extraordinary boutiques in historic buildings and trendy shops in the modern two storey Marikenstraat.

Nijmegen offers something for everyone!