Giethoorn corona

Unfortunately, corona is everywhere. Corona rules have also been drawn up for a visit to Giethoorn, because the pressure on our hospitals must be reduced. Here you will find the most up-to-date corona rules that apply in Giethoorn. These rules can have an effect on your visit to Giethoorn. Make sure you're up-to-date.

Last update: may 4, 2021

Giethoorn corona measures

1.5 meters away in Giethoorn

  • Try to keep a distance of 1.5 meters at all times to other visitors in Giethoorn
  • Keeping a distance of 1.5 meters in not necessary if you belong to the same household
  • A fine for not meeting the 1.5 meter distance is € 95.00

Is Giethoorn open?

  • Giethoorn is still open to everyone 7 days a week
Do you need corona free proof for entering Giethoorn
  • For the time being, you do not need proof that you are corona free for access to Giethoorn

Sailing in Giethoorn

  • It is allowed to sail in Giethoorn
  • Boat rental companies are open
  • Don't come without reservation, but book a boat if you want to sail
  • Sail alone with people from your own household
  • While sailing there are no rules. Regarding the 1.5 meter distance

Cycling in Giethoorn

From 11.00 to 17.00 it is not allowed to cycle on the streets called:

  • Binnenpad
  • Zuiderpad
  • Langesteeg

Outside these times you can just cycle in Giethoorn. The delivery traffic always free passage. Recently there are all small stones on the Binnenpad, this makes cycling a lot more difficult.

Walking in Giethoorn

  • Hiking is allowed in Giethoorn
  • If it is busy, you can be pointed out to one-way traffic
  • Local residents always have free passage

Hospitality and corona in Giethoorn

  • Terraces of the food and beverage outlets are open from 12.00 to 18.00
  • Restaurants in Giethoorn are closed
  • Hotels in Giethoorn are open but, only the guests of those hotels are not allowed to use the restaurant of the hotel in question

Wearing a facemask

Anyone aged 13 and over is required to wear a non-medical mask in all publicly accessible buildings and covered areas such as:

  • Shop
  • Terrace
  • Museum (closed)
  • Town hall
  • Railway station
  • Airport
  • Parking garage
  • Petrol station

If you travel in the Netherlands by public transport, you should keep in mind that wearing a non-medical mask is mandatory.

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