Sint-Niklaas Travel Guide

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Sint-Niklaas Overview

Sint-Niklaas is the dynamic capital of the Waasland. The city has a wide range of educational, an extensive shopping center, museums, monuments and an extensive medical services. St Nicholas is also a cultural venue and a city of events. In the borough is a pleasant hiking and cycling. St. Nicholas is an all-rounder.

The Grand Place, the bustling heart of the new St. Nicholas, looks better than ever. The largest single-floor mall in the country opened its doors on the outskirts. In the center eager many original shops and cozy cafes to you their treasures to discover and taste. It is also the time to visit St. Nicholas to bring. You must be a very good excuse to not have to think of our infectious atmosphere to come and enjoy.

Things to do...

1. Art Deco Walk

2. Historical Walk

3. City hall : The neo-gothic town hall dates from 1878. This stately building with belfry tower and carillon awarded the Grand Place. Before the town hall monitors Nicholas, the patron saint of the city. Please have a look at the wedding hall, where a magnificent view of the Grand Place.

4. Cipierage and Old Parish House : Both buildings prove that in the Middle Ages served a central function. The properties were built in the 17th century when the town became the capital of the Waas. The parish house was the first town hall, cipierage served as the seat of the court.

5. St. Nicholas Church : It dates from the thirteenth century and boasts a beautiful interior and incredible treasure.

6. Our Lady Church : This monumental church of the period 1840-1896. Atop the tower is a 6m high, gilded statue of Mary.

7. Cast Rohof

8. Kasteel Walburg

9. Moelandkasteel

10. White Mill : This octagonal brick floor of the 17th century sailor watches over the surrounding houses and green areas (Gladiolus Street 2). He shows off perky on a hill, and reflects the sun's rays with its slate roof. The mill was painstakingly restored and is not only time but also turn-doers. The enthusiastic Miller gives every 14 days on Sunday between 14.00 and 18.00 hours explanations and demonstrations (free).

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