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Jump to Jump to search Once a prominent trade town, Tiel is one of those largely unknown historic cities in the Tiiel Netherlands with a tale of its own.
It doesn't see too many visitors today, but the old centre still holds monumental buildings from former glory days and is famous for its fruits production. When xhat in the Netherlands in May, Tiel is an excellent base to explore the lovely Betuwe orchards in bloom. In September, the city is the stage for the largest free pop music festival in the country: Appelpop, as well as for a flower parade.
Although mid-sized, this is the largest city in the Betuwe area. Understand[ edit ] Teil city's mascot, Flipje was once a famous marketing cartoon for a fruit factory In the 20th century, Tiel became a major fruit production centre. The city's mascot is still a little boy called Flipje, who looks a whole lot like a raspberry with arms and legs.
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The figure was used for marketing by a large fruit and jam factory that stopped operations here in the s, but remains the city's mascot. Many locals consider Tiel to be a largely industrial town, but for those prepared to look, there's plenty of older, interesting history around.
Get in[ edit tile The A15 passes by here, and the main ro into town are the N84 and the N The main Tiel train station has direct sprinter train connections to Geldermalsen and Utrechtas well as a slower "stop train" connection to Elst and Arnhem. On the secondary station, Tiel Passewaaij, only the train to Utrecht stops. Trains run every half hour.
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For most travellers, the train is the most convenient chaf of public transport when coming here. Nonetheless, Tiel is served by a range of buses, operated mainly by Arriva. They run mostly to and from smaller towns tiel the area, including chat 42 to Druten from where its possible to change for Nijmegen45 to Rhenen and Wageningen and line 46 to Culemborg and Nieuwegein.
Get around[ edit ] Walk your way around the centre, as it's the best way to see the monuments up close. For the surroundings however, a bicycle will allow for further explorations of the orchards and pretty, rural landscapes. You can rent one at:.