City Walk Regenboogbuurt

Guide

Book the City Walk Regenboogbuurt at VVV Almere and discover the most colourful neighbourhood in the city with some famous buildings already. The Regenboogbuurt, built between 1994 and 1998 and presented at the BouwRai (Construction Industry Expo) 1994, is the most colourful neighbourhood in Almere, with many varied buildings in bright colors. You will find a range of colours from yellow town houses to aquamarine-tinted semi-detached homes. This whole district took inspiration from the famous architect Bruno Taut and his Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Horseshoe Estate neigbourhoods in Berlin.

The most famous buildings in the Regenboogbuurt are the…

Book the City Walk Regenboogbuurt at VVV Almere and discover the most colourful neighbourhood in the city with some famous buildings already. The Regenboogbuurt, built between 1994 and 1998 and presented at the BouwRai (Construction Industry Expo) 1994, is the most colourful neighbourhood in Almere, with many varied buildings in bright colors. You will find a range of colours from yellow town houses to aquamarine-tinted semi-detached homes. This whole district took inspiration from the famous architect Bruno Taut and his Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Horseshoe Estate neigbourhoods in Berlin.

The most famous buildings in the Regenboogbuurt are the Rode Donders (Red Devils), clearly visible from the A6 highway! The three bright red residential towers along the water, reference the grain silos that used to be typical of the polder. Real eye-catchers! These rather special buildings were designed by Liesbeth van der Pol. She also designed Klein India in the Regenboogbuurt, which you will view during the walk. Curious? Book the Citywalk Regenboogbuurt with guide online at Almere Tourist Office. € 7.50 per person, minimum 4 people. The walk takes approximately 2 hours.

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