Things to see and do - Lelystad
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Lelystad Travel guide
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Lelystad, capital of the province of Flevoland, bears the name of the engineer, Lely. This new town, intended to have 80,000 inhabitants by the year 2000, is mainly made up of low buildings. The Agora , a community building (1976), marks the centre of the town. Lelystad is linked to Enkhuizen by a dyke, the Markerwaarddijk (31 km), which has a road on it. The Oostvaardersdiep, a 300m wide canal, is a navigable route between Amsterdam and the north of the country.
Tourist attractions Lelystad : Things to see and do
NL - Lelystad
Created in 1986, the province of Flevoland is made up of various polders reclaimed from the Zuiderzee: East, South and Northeast Flevoland. The entire province lies below sea level. The Polders Museum has a permanent exhibition on the Zuiderzee proje..
NL - 8244 Lelystad
A replica of the Batavia (a ship of the East India Company built at Amsterdam in 1628 and sunk off the Australian coast) was constructed here in 1985. Once finished, the ship was launched and the shipyard became a craft centre for naval construction ..
N309 NL - 8244 Lelystad
The hulk of this 23m long boat, discovered in 1967 during the draining of the polder, has been left in place in the middle of the fields. Named De Zeehond (the seal) and dating from 1878, this boat used to transport bricks and you can see a pile of t..
Pioniersstraat 15 NL - 8244 PD Lelystad
Agoraweg 11 NL - 8224 BZ Lelystad
Situated close to shops and restaurants in the centre of Lelystad, you will find the Apollo Hotel Lelystad City Centre. Taste the luxurious breakfast buffet after a night in your comfortable room. The hotel is a 20-minute drive from the fishing villa..
Oostvaardersdijk 57 NL - 8244 PB Lelystad Haven
Taste the work of a young chef who is developing his culinary identity, which is full of ambition and shows a creative approach to contemporary dishes. Formal and chic interior decor and a stunning view of Markermeer lake.