Hotel SnowWorld is located in the beautiful Zuid-Limburg, with walking and cycling routes and close to Maastricht, Valkenburg and Aken. The ideal base for a relaxing weekend away!
There is much to experience in Zuid-Limburg. The area is not only known for its hilly landscapes and the Burgundian life, but also for the many attractions it has to offer. For both historical and contemporary sights, you can count on Zuid-Limburg!
Landgraaf is part of the Parkstad Limburg region: an area of extremes and contrasts. Nature reserves and vast parkland border the towns and villages. It is the fastest growing tourist destination in The Netherlands.
Brunsummerheide is a large nature reserve where you can find much variety. You can walk through the old pine forests, vast moors, characteristic ponds, or among the falling leaves. For real nature lovers, this is a unique area for tracing rare amphibians and special birds. This is also a place with many attractions for families with children. Children can expend their energy at the playground, the treehouse and the animal viewing area.
Heuvelland is characterised by green meadows, colourful orchards, nostalgic villages and authentic towns. The hills, forests, streams and rivers show a different side at every season. In 2005, this landscape was awarded five stars. In Heuvelland, you can enjoy the beautiful panoramas, the many terraces and the unique walking and cycling routes.
Drielandenpunt in Vaals is the highest point in The Netherlands, where the Dutch, German and Belgian borders meet. Thanks to its beautiful location, Drielandenpunt attracts many tourists each year who come to enjoy the beautiful nature and fun activities. There is plenty to do for young and old; wandering and getting lost in the largest labyrinth of The Netherlands, walking through vast nature, or climbing and clambering in the playground with water activities.
Maastricht is one of the oldest towns in The Netherlands and this is also immediately obvious when you come to visit. You will find a different character at every corner of the town. You can shop extensively in the small boutiques, large department stores and trendy shops, but you can also stay in the Maastricht area to enjoy the Burgundian culture and art. Every year, the city attracts many art lovers who come to visit the TEFAF, the most prominent art fair in The Netherlands.
Within 25 minutes, you can travel from Landgraaf to the vibrant heart of Aken. This German town has more than 250,000 inhabitants and is located in a spacious boiler valley, surrounded by vast woods, hills and far stretching fields. The old town centre, historic squares, pleasant shopping streets and beautiful fountains make Aken worth the visit. Are you near these surroundings this Christmas season? Then a visit to the Christmas market in Aken is fun!
Valkenburg is a tourist attraction where you most definitely must be. You can go to Valkenburg for both above-ground and underground activities. Many activities are focused on the various caves that Valkenburg has to offer. You can go cave biking, which is a unique concept in Europe, but also take a tour through the historic velvet cave.