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Martinitoren, Groningen

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  • This was sone of the points we have seen - we had just one evening for walking around Groningen - we have seen the centre of the citi as well as very nice market on wednesday - great duch cheese and m...  more »
  • Decided it was worth a go. The stairs do get narrower as you climb but you do get a good view of the city. It was also good to be at the top when the bell rang.  more »
  • It's a nice place to go to, specially if you know some areas in the city. It is nevertheless not accessible to people with claustrophobia, as the way up is long and narrow. It is also very windy and c...  more »
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  • We went here on Open Monument Day and it was crowded, but didn't take too long to get in. The biggest confusion with everyone seemed to be that the coins needed for entrance had to be bought at the Tourist Information Center across the street on the Grote Markt (don't know if this applies to every other day, too). The tower has a limit on people entering, so if one person leaves, another one can go in. Since the stairs are very narrow and the rooms on different levels of the tower very small, this is a good thing. There are certain times (look at the sign at the entrance) when the bells are being operated and they even let you pull the ropes yourself! We were lucky with the very top platform being open to visit, apparently this is not always the case or at least not at all hours of the day. From there you get a great view of Groningen from above. Definitely worth climbing all those steps for!
  • If you're willing to pay, you'll get a cool view over the city. It's the highest building in Groningen
  • Great view to the city, and its a must if you are interested in huge bells :) You can even try a "bell-piano"!
  • Must see if you visit the city of Groningen. Real narrow stairway to the top but the view is a big reward.
  • Great view over Groningen. They also let you ring the massive bell which is great fun.