Purchase Battle of Arnhem explanation


Are you ready? It’s time to follow this Highlights of Arnhem route and explore the city.

On this page I explain to you how the web app works, so that you will know exactly how the ‘buttons’ work.

This app is easy to operate as long as your internet/wifi is working :).


Using the example photos, I explain what all the ‘buttons’ mean.

1: Here you can find a some info about the place where you are.

2: Do you want more information? Then click on the ‘more information’ button. You see, it’s all very easy…

3: Click on the ‘where am I?’ button and a map of the route will open. This way you know exactly where you are, it’s not possible to get lost! Click on the button at the top left to return to the page with text.

4: The ‘hoppa to the next’ button is self-explanatory:  continue with the route.

5: In the percent % bar you can see how much of the route you have already walked.

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6: Sometimes it says ‘see other picture’, a second photo is available.

7: Do you want to go back a page? This can be done with the ‘one step back’ button.

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The route in the webapp

When you click on ‘where am I’ in the app to show the map where it asks you if you want to share your current location. If you click ‘yes’ you will see a ball on the map.

If you are at the starting point of the walk, near Arnhem Central Station, you will see a ball at the top of the map. If you view the map from home, you will have to make the map larger: the dot is where you are now.

8: In the example on the example map, the ball is at the bottom of the card, so this person is alrealy on their way in the Highlights of Arnhem route.

If you do not see this question when you open the map, you are probably not using the ‘Chrome’ browser, but the browser of your phone, for example ‘Samsung Internet’.

This app works best when using the ‘Chrome’ browser. You can change the browser in the settings or go without using the map. That is also possible, the route is also well described in the text.

9: Do you want to go back to the main screen of the web app? Then click on the icon at the top left corner of the map.

Now you’re ready to hit the road.
PLEASE NOTE: The link to the route is valid for a maximum of 15 days after purchase! Until then, you can open the route as often as you want.

This page, with the link to the route is also send as an email to you. Can’t find it? Please check your spam folder.

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1: Did you know that Arnhem has its own Monopoly game? In 2011, a special Arnhem version of the Monopoly board game was released, using local streets and landmarks.

2: Did you know that Arnhem also has a ‘fashion district’? That is the Klarendal district, the Fashion Quarter: A district in Arnhem that houses creative studios and boutiques, perfect for unique finds and artistic souvenirs. Best to visit on Friday and Saturday between 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM.

3: Did you know that Arnhem has its own cookie? “Arnhems Meisje” (Little Arnhem Girl) is a thin and crispy cookie originating in Arnhem, made from flour, butter, sugar and cinnamon. The story of the Arnhem girls begins in 1829 when baker Hagdorn baked the very first Arnhem girl around the birthday of his daughter (a real Arnhem girl). Looking for something that would do well at parties and functions, he baked a cookie from finely risen yeast dough. The cookie has a recognizable round shape and is often packaged in blue and white boxes with images of an Arnhem girl in traditional costume. You can buy the real Arnhem Girl cookie at Bakker Hilvers in the center of Arnhem at Broerenstraat 23.

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