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The fortified city of Woerden was the headquarters of the water line. Most of the fortifications, gates, ramparts and walls have since been dismantled and torn down, and much of the city's inner moat was drained
Kromme Rijn and Lek region
The region crossed by the Kromme Rijn and Lek rivers harbours several special sections of the New Dutch Water Line, which are connected by cycling and walking routes.
Splendid cycling, walking and canoe routes traverse the picturesque open water line landscape, passing by fascinating forts with inviting terraces and diverse museums, and along rivers, inundation canals and locks. Discover Utrecht!
TIP! | Extend your stay
Combine a visit to a fort or castle with an afternoon of shopping. Or take a walk through the ever-changing landscape! Extend your stay and spend the night in a friendly Bed and Breakfast or characterful hotel. Plan your day out or city trip here.
TIP! | Waterline Museum