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Coming from Australia it is hard to get to multiple countries. Here you can be in 3 countries at the one time. We came here as part of a geocaching adventure and were pleased that we did. In addition to being the border of 3...More
There are at least two towers in this region. We chose the Dutch tower and enjoyed the views in all directions after having taken the lift to (nearly) the top. There is also a nice restaurant (that we did'nt try). Be careful when buying tokens...More
What a delight it was to see three countries from just one place! Ok, so the views are great... if you aren’t expecting summer and experiencing a wet winter day. Damp and despondent describes me but I’m sure on a nice day it’s a lovely...More
The tree country border is definitely worth a visit, especially in the summer or autumn. From Kaufland on Vaalser Straße it's about a 45 min - 1 hour of rather slow walk in the nature. There's also and educational path in the forest leading to...More
A really interesting highlight of our trip. Once there, it's not too spectacular. There's a fee-based tower you can climb to take in the panorama if you want. We declined. Each of the 3 countries has a café/restaurant, souvenir shop, etc. From the German side...More
Three country border - Germany, Belgium and Netherlands. Parking is in the forest on the road to the Vista point. We parked free at the first restaurant and walked to the Point. It's €4 per person to climb the tower at the end. Not for...More
It's an unique location where three countries border meet and you stand on that point.
There's a watch tower with an elevator next to it to have a panoramic view of the three countries from atop. Its entry is costly though..!!!
We all as...More
Hi. As far as I am aware the place is open all year round, but I would recommend going in warmer months so you can enjoy it fully, especially the labyrinth (its more fun when its green and the water fountains are on as... More
Hi. As far as I am aware the place is open all year round, but I would recommend going in warmer months so you can enjoy it fully, especially the labyrinth (its more fun when its green and the water fountains are on as well).
The elevator to the top not always works. For the several times we visited it only worked during good weather.
You only have to pay for parking, entering the labyrinth or going up the tower. I also don't remember the cost, but do not believe it was pricey. Entrance to the place itself is free of charge and if you have young children, they will definitely enjoy the playground.
Hope that was helpful and enjoy your visit!
Hi - there's no need for your passport to travel between the three countries involved (Germany, Belgium, Netherlands) and indeed further afield. The joys of the European Union. Enjoy the Dom in Aachen - what a gem! Regards... More
Hi - there's no need for your passport to travel between the three countries involved (Germany, Belgium, Netherlands) and indeed further afield. The joys of the European Union. Enjoy the Dom in Aachen - what a gem! Regards, Allan