Labyrint Drielandenpunt, Vaals

(3.5/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
Located atop Tripoint on the borders of Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands, Labyrint Drielandenpunt represents the highest peak in the Netherlands, offering outstanding vistas of the surrounding landscape. While the fantastic views make for perfect photo ops, the attraction also features lots of other activities. Get lost in the labyrinth, team up with your friends in the laser tag area, or try your hand at skeet shooting. When you get hungry, head to the restaurant, famous for its delicious pancakes. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Labyrint Drielandenpunt by using our Vaals trip builder.
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  • 'S worth for a few hours. The labyrinth is a must. A walk around the Hill is also the trouble.
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  • Standing in three countries at once is a pretty amazing thing. You can also get awesome Belgian fries there AND try to figure out a VERY tricky labyrinth maze. Caution...you'll probably get wet, and i...  more »
  • If you're in the area, you might as well just continue and the three country point. It is, of course, funny you are at a point where three countries meet-and that you are at the highest point of the Netherlands. But more than that it is actually not. The site is nevertheless were treated Nice by the many dining and souvenir tents ... It hurts a little foreign to this way.
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  • This is a great place to visit and get lost. The maze was very well kept, and challenging enough to take a bit of time to figure out. Watch out for the water features and triggers in the path, or you might end up getting wet. We had a lot of fun exploring and some great snacks at the shops outside. This place can get busy with bus loads of tourists, so plan plenty of time. There is also a great park and walking trails just South of the maze and watch tower, as well as another tower and park to the North before the park. Overall it was a great tourist adventure, plan to spend a significant amount of time exploring the maze and surrounding area.
  • Awesome place and hike to that point from Germany side is a plus!!l
  • Quite a hike and a bit disappointing on the top. Nothing to do if you didn't want to pay to get into the "amusement park"
  • This is a great place to visit if you're looking for something unusual to tell the folks back home about! This was a great place they have food, kids attractions, souvenirs, and make it so you can stand in three places at once! It's a small price to go to the top of the tower and you should do it (unless you're terrified of heights)! The views at the top are spectacular and you can (kind of) see where all three countries are located! Great place to say you've been in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany.
  • Nice place to see the three countries at a point