The Way of St. James Rhine-Meuse leads us from Millingen on the Rhine in the Netherlands through the German-Dutch border region to Aachen.
The Rhine-Meuse Way of St. James is a cross-border route developed by the Landschaftsverband Rheinland in cooperation with the Dutch foundation Stichting Pelgrimswegen naar St. Jacob. It begins at Millingen on the Rhine in the Netherlands and runs from Zyfflich in a southerly direction through Germany. Here it crosses the Lower Rhine river landscape created by the Rhine and the Meuse, with the small towns of Kranenburg, Goch, Weeze, Kevelaer, Walbeck and Straelen, before continuing through the Dutch Limburg region along the Meuse via Venlo, Roermond and Maastricht into Belgium. At Meerssen, you have the option of making a reverse pilgrimage to the imperial city on the Way of St. James coming from Aachen.
Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language
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