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To Soest and Bad Sassendorf

Spring is coming and you and your partner and your classic can get out and about again. 200 kilometers from Arnhem is the Hanseatic town of Soest - pronounce: "Soohst". It is pleasant to shop and eat there. Seven kilometers away is Bad Dassendorf with its thermal baths where you can relax all day for 15 euros in the various saunas and the salt water pool /
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Spring is coming and you and your partner and your classic can go out again.

200 kilometers from Arnhem is the Hanseatic town of Soest - pronounce: “Soohst”. It is pleasant to shop and eat there. Seven kilometers away is Bad Sassendorf with its thermal baths where you can relax all day for 15 euros in the various saunas and the salt water swimming pool. The great thing is that thermal baths in Germany are part of the national heritage. So it is not swarming with photoshopped, tattooed and sunbed tanned people.


You can spend the night in Soest in the Prodomo Hotel where you can get a neat room and an unlimited breakfast from 69 euros.

If you go with the club, the classics behind the hotel can be overlooked.

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