Roermond - Designer Outlet Roermond

Price: 41.00 EUR
Countries: Germany, Netherlands
Route: Dusseldorf - Roermond - Designer Outlet Roermond - Dusseldorf
Duration: 8 h
During the tour we will visit to the Roermond which is a city in the Dutch province of Limburg on the border with Germany and near Flanders in Belgium. The city of Roermond is located at the mouth of the Rur in the Meuse. Its urban origins date back to the Romans. An altar stone dedicated to the goddess Rura, which was found in the city, dates from the 3rd century AD. Caesar is said to have named the Roman place “Villa Optima” – “best place to live”. The earliest surviving document mentioning Roermond is dated 1130. At that time was belonged to the Duchy of Geldern. In 1213 it was destroyed by the German Emperor Otto IV. During the subsequent reconstruction, the construction of the Munster abbey began in 1224, from which the Liebfrauen-Munsterkirche is still preserved today.From 1702 to 1716 Roermond was an independent state. It then belonged to Austria until 1794, the city was first conquered in December 1792 by the French under Francisco de Miranda. From 1815 to 1830, the city was Dutch, then she belonged to Belgium until 1839. It followed until 1866 a double membership of East Limburg to the Netherlands and the German Confederation. Since 1866, the city is again exclusively Dutch. There you will see the Munsterkerk which is the only Late Romanesque church in the Netherlands, Cuypershuis , the  St. Christopher’s Cathedral,  the Chapel in ‘t Zand , the Pierre Cuypers Statue, Roermond City Hall , the Rattentoren , The Maria Theresia stone Bridge, the Carolus Chapel , History House and the House with the Stone Stairs. After city tour of Roermond  we will visit to Designer Outlet Roermond which is home to your favourite designer brands, the latest trends and a range of stylish dining options. The Designer Outlet Center Roermond, attracts over four million bargain hunters a year with its 200 fashion and lifestyle stores. It's no surprise, as 30-70 % discounts on branded goods are hard to resist. Have fun shopping, and fill your shopping bag here! After free time we will return to Dusseldorf.
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