Things to see and do - Hulst
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Hulst Travel guide
Hulst : Michelin's recommendations
Located near the Belgian border, this small town with neat colourful houses and streets paved with red brick is an old stronghold built according to the old Dutch system with 9 bastions and 5 half-moon bastions. Hulst was once the capital of the region of the Quatre-Métiers, comprising Axel, Assenede and Boechout (the last two have been Belgian since 1830). The town has preserved from the 14C grassy ramparts with bastions, crowned with attractive trees and surrounded by moats.
Tourist attractions Hulst : Things to see and do
The gabled town hall (stadhuis), flanked by a square tower, dates back to the 16C. The St.Willibrord basilica ( St-Willibrordusbasiliek) is a beautiful Gothic building. Its tower has an excellent peal of bells. For more than a century (1807-1931), th..
Extensive excavations near one of the town gates has revealed ruins of this gateway, dating from the 16C. As it was also a watergate, it stood above a navigable tunnel giving access to a military harbour. From the top of the nearby ramparts, you will..
Located close to the Ghent Gate (Gentsepoort), this monument was erected in honour of Renart, as the surroundings of Hulst were described in a 13C Dutch story inspired by the Roman de Renart.
Van Der Maelstedeweg 2 NL - 4561 GT Hulst
Hotel Hulst is a cosy hotel which is situated close to the historic city center of Hulst. Our hotel is personal and hospitable. There is quick internet acces on all our rooms. You can have a lovely dinner in restaurant De Eetkamer. Hotel Hulst is als..
Lange Nieuwstraat 28 NL - 4561 CD Hulst
Thomas d'Hooghe runs the kitchen of this cosy family-run restaurant with his mother in charge of the dining room. The young, talented chef works mainly with local produce and applies his creative touch to extract the purest flavours, with each ingred..
Jacobus de Waalstraat 41 NL - 4586 AD Lamswaarde
This restaurant is setting a distinctly gourmet course and the owner's son is the driving force behind its metamorphosis. The menu on offer is now more refined but the familiar snacks are still available.
Gentsestraat 18 NL - 4561 EJ Hulst
Roes means a pleasant glow - the feeling you are left with after an evening enjoying the food and wine here. It is also a reference to Ronald Raas and Serge van der Heyden, who run this bistro-restaurant. The chef gained experience at Restaurant Oud ..