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Weesp was granted city rights in 1355 and grew into a fortified city in the Old and New Dutch Water Line in the following centuries. Gin and beer, as well as cocoa, were the economic drivers for a long time. In addition to forts, fortresses and the river De Vecht, you will find many charming shops,…
Like stepping back in time to days of yore, the quaint river town of Weesp oozes olde world charm with church steeples, a historic fort, a row of old windmills and a good choice of waterside cafes. Because even Cinderella needs to relax with a beer in the sun from time to time.
The city centre of Weesp is as old as Amsterdam, but some 'Weespers' claim even older. It is also known as 'Little Amsterdam' because of its canals, bridges and restaurants, shops, bars and scenery. Weesp was the main capitol in The Netherlands for its porcelain (china) and for the breweries of the…
Weesp is a popular stop for tourists. It has a protected historical center with canals and many buildings dating from the seventeenth and eighteenth century. Weesp has three full-size historical windmills.