Self-guided audio tour in Groningen
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Walking tour with audio guide in Groningen
In quirky Groningen, you won't have to be bored for a second! The versatility of the beautiful old provincial capital is evident. It has a vibrant student life and it houses many impressive monuments such as the 97-meter-high Martinitoren and the Goudkantoor. For art & culture, you can visit numerous museums in addition to the ultra-modern Groninger Museum. The cozy, characteristic streets lend themselves perfectly to a walking tour of City App Tour. Together with your audio guide you will discover the city of the north.
- The best walking routes and greatest stories
- Unexpected discoveries
- Personal virtual audio guide in 7 languages
- GPS guidance
- Walk at your own pace
Things to do in Groningen
The self-guided audio guide tour takes you to unique places in Groningen's city centre that you might never have found otherwise. Of course at your own pace and when it suits you!
Not only are the exhibitions at the Groninger Museum surprising, the museum itself catches the eye with its striking architecture. But the city has many more museums worth visiting. The University Museum, for example, 'Storyworld' in the Forum Groningen, the GRID Graphic Museum or the Northern Maritime Museum.
In the Groningen shopping area, the Herestraat is the central passage with many large stores and ditto chain stores. Do you go shopping for a day and also want to visit trendy concept stores, salivate at Groningen delicatessens and stroll past small unique stores between or in monumental buildings? Then be sure to visit Oosterstraat, the A-kwartier and Folkingestraat.
The Grote Markt includes a number of impressive monuments such as the Martini Church with the Martini Tower and the robust City Hall. On the adjacent Vismarkt stands the Gothic der Aa-kerk and you will find the Korenbeurs. Along the quays of the river A adorn the historic facades of old merchant houses and warehouses. In the many courtyards and guesthouses such as the Pelstergasthuis and the Pepergasthuis, you will find an oasis of tranquility.
Culture & Festivals
Groningen is also known for the many events it hosts such as the Noorderslag/Eurosonic festival and the Noorderzon theater festival. It has a lively underground scene and offers plenty of space for performing arts in, for example, the Stadsschouwburg, the Prinsentheater, De Oosterpoort or the Grand Theatre.
In short, there is more than enough to discover when you plan a city audio tour in Groningen with City App Tour. Put on your headphones and get carried away by this beautiful city!