There is so much to see and do in this area, we made a selection for your convenience.
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Cycling route: Driel – Arnhem –Schuytgraaf (19 km)

The route starts in Poland Square (Plac Polski) in Driel. In the square next to the monument Poland also Sosabowski Memorial Appeal, which by the 1st British Airborne Division in Poles offered this as a reward for their valiant efforts. In the Catholic Church across the square is the Information Driel-Poland to see details of the museums in the region of Arnhem related to Operation Market Garden.

Dutch Route description


Cycling routes around the batllefields of Arnhem 25 km

Several trails on the battlefield. The routes can be completed separately. You will pass places where airborne landings have taken place or where has been firm engagements, but also audio spots of the Liberation Route Europe (with mobile tapping a piece of history of WWII). Museums, information centers and monuments along the route that are worthwhile to visit. Much of the route goes through the beautiful nature.
You can start at different points: Ginkels hei (N224 Ede – Arnhem) restaurant Miss Tok; Airborne Museum Oosterbeek Utrechtseweg 232, Oosterbeek); Information Battle of Arnhem (Rijnkade 155, Arnhem), Poland Square in Driel.
L: Left; R: Right

Dutch Routes descriptions


Liberation cycling route 33 km


This route takes you back in time. For example, at the information center “Battle of Arnhem” and completely renewed Airborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’. In the underground space in this museum is a museum ‘Airborne Experience’ built where the visitor experiencing the battle as if you yourself are part of it. Unique in Europe! Furthermore, this policy cycle route you through different listening locations that are part of the Liberation Route Arnhem Nijmegen. Driel, Renkum, Oosterbeek you can hear stories about the Battle of Arnhem.

Liberation cyclingroute


Airborne cycling route 35 km

Herdenking Ginkel

Airborne Route
Highlights of the landing of the airborne troopers 1944 Cycling route: 151805 Cycling in Ede



Freedom Trail Arnhem

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Freedom Trail Arnhem is a digital walk through the Gelderland capital along 36 locations marked in the war years 1940-1945 a role speelden.De route with concrete tiles and each location is a special tile, showing the Pegasus symbol. This symbol is the logo of the 1st British Airborne Division, who tried to conquer the Rhine Bridge in September 1944 by the Germans.