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pic of hiking trail near veere - sbtext

On the brand new hiking trail over the ramparts of the historical town of Veere you will find several information panels in Dutch, English, German and French. The translations come from team SBText and were made for Promotie Zeeland Delta, the tourist board of the province of Zeeland where Veere is situated .

Veere is a wonderful ancient town and this walk through its history makes a visit even more worthwhile. During your walk you are immersed in the history of Veere and every now and then your walk is pleasantly interrupted by a field full of cows or moat which you have to cross on a raft. This easy and pleasant hike is a definite must-do when visiting Zeeland. Walking and reading SBText translations at the same time. What more could you ask for?