|February 01, 2023 - July 27, 2024||2 weeks|
Long weekends - Netherlands - Belgium - London always possible. 7-8-22 / 21-8-22 exchange with London agreed on. 22-12-22 / 10-01-23 exchange with Florida agreed on. After February 2023 open for any offer. June - October 2023 : long exchange Australia (Brisbane/Perth?).
House in Groningen, the Netherlands
We live in Groningen since July 2010. We moved to this house in April 2016. It's a splitlevel-house with 5 floors, a secluded private garden (20 mt. long) and a roof terrace with view on the Martini-tower. We live in a popular neighbourhood on a quiet street near the centre of Groningen (3 min. walking to the Grote Markt and Forum / opposite the theatre).
Several supermarkets and restaurants are within 5 min. walk. The busstop to the station (10 min./ 2 km.) is just around the corner.
Groningen is ideal for cycling. From our neighbourhood several cycleroutes go in every direction. Good public transport (trains and busses), it's very easy to visit nearby cities and landmarks (the Wadden-islands = UNESCO Heritage).
Groningen - Amsterdam (Schiphol Airport) by Intercity-train is about 2hrs.30 min. Amsterdam - London by Eurostar, Amsterdam - Paris by Thalys.
Private parking for your car behind our house. Bicycles available.
- 2 Adults
- 0 Children
- 48 Exchanges made
- House Type: House
- Floor: 0
- Environment: In the city
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Sleeping Capacity: 4
- Living Area: 30 m2
- Total Area: 135 m2
In my house
- Pets - Not allowed
- Small children - Not allowed
- Long-term exchange wanted
- Home exchange
- Free internet access
- Computer available
- Central heating
- Washing machine
- Clothes dryer
- Terrace or deck
- Bicycles: 2
- No smoking
Our Destination Wish List
- Open for all offers
- Stockholm, Sweden
- Scotland, UK
- London, UK
- Vienna, Austria
- Copenhagen, Denmark
Nearest Airport: Groningen - 10 km.
- AH supermarket (0.9 km)
- Hoornsemeer (8.5 km)
- Paterswoldse meer (8.7 km)
Groningen is the most important city in the northern part of the Netherlands. It has 200.000 inh., a beautiful old city-centre and a world-famous museum of modern art.
End of August there is a very nice cultural festival (Noorderzon) with lots of music and theatre.
In the surroundings you can find lakes, forests, the Wadden-islands and beautiful agricultural landscapes of the provinces Groningen and Friesland.
We live in the centre of Groningen, just 3 min. walking to the main market-square.
It is easy to take a bus to the station or try one of our bicycles! It is very safe to cycle in Groningen.
In the province you can visit several beautiful small villages like Winsum, Eenrum, Appingedam and Pieterburen.
From Pieterburen you can do 'mudflat-hiking', even to Schiermonnikoog.
From / to Amsterdam (Schiphol airport) there are direct trains (about 2 - 2,5 hrs.).
The Netherlands is more than only Amsterdam. You could visit Amsterdam and stay in Groningen afterwards to experience the Netherlands as it really is!
- No children will be traveling with us.
- We do not have pets.
About Our Family
We just retired from teaching (Wiepke 69 and Kor 65). Our two daughters live in Driebergen (NL) and London (UK).
We like to travel and have seen a lot of the world, but there are always nice countries and more cities to visit.
We are since long Intervac-members and we were never disappointed.
One of our daughters studies/works in London.
We like to visit her on a regular basis, so an exchange with London (or surroundings) would be welcome any time of the year.
Voor korte schoolvakanties, lange weekeinden staan we open voor alle voorstellen, ook binnen Nederland.
We are also interested in (short) exchanges with European cities (Hamburg, Berlin, Wien, Paris etc.),
long weekends or schoolholidays.
We are real travellers. When we were younger we loved to cycle (longer trips from six weeks to yes, up to 1 year : Holland - Egypt - Holland).
With our two daughters we backpacked a lot in Asia and Australia.
Now we travel together and since we are retired we are quite flexible in our plans.
We don't drive a car and use public transport everywhere. Most of the times we'll manage quite well, some times we book a short organized tour to get to the touristic highlights.
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