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About this website

Almere is a young city, still not well known to many people. Besides - or thanks to - this, the prejudices about Almere, suggesting that it's an ugly city full of concrete and uniformity are persistent and widespread. Most visitors and residents recognize, that on the contrary Almere is a spacious, green and versatile new city. We hope to show the beauty of this unique city, stressing in particular its modern architecture and natural areas, which sprung naturally on this former sea soil. It is definitely not our goal to provide an exhaustive list of things to do and see in Almere. We believe that websites that provide a comprehensive summary of, for instance, all significant buildings, restaurants, shops and accommodations in Almere already exist. In other words, this website aims to show the uniqueness and beauty of Almere, not only by text, but especially on the basis of photographs. The emphasis is thus on areas that we, as residents, believe are worth visiting. Please note that this website is not in any way linked to Almere's tourist board!

Last update: 16 February 2017

Images

All photos on this website are made by Angela van Loenen, unless stated otherwise. Please respect our copyrights: the pictures on this website may be reproduced and/or used for commercial purposes only in case we have given our written permission to do so! If you're interested in using certain pictures of this website, please contact us: send an e-mail to GoAlmere.com

Disclaimer

We do our best to keep the information on this website accurate and up to date. If you do notice a mistake or change however, please let us know by e-mail: send an e-mail to GoAlmere.com. No rights can be derived from this website. We recommend to always check possible opening times before your visit. Of course, you can also get more practical information at Almere's tourist office, called VVV (located on the Diagonaal 199 in Almere's city centre). For questions on architecture and urban planning, we recommend visiting the Centre for Architecture, called CaSLa (located on Weerwaterplein 3).