About City of Venlo
The Venlo region is the first region in the world to embrace principles from cradle-to-cradle (C2C). A sustainability concept which is based on the recycling of raw materials, so that products are 100% recyclable and waste serves as raw material.
Venlo is a municipality and a city in the southeastern Netherlands, next to the German border. It is situated in the province of Limburg.
Venlo has a population of around 100,000. It's located in green surroundings in Northern Limburg. With the river Meuse running right through its centre from South to North.
Venlo is at the heart of the region. A hub of major highways. Logistics mainport. The centre of knowledge-intensive and manufacturing industries.
It's both urban and rural at the same time.
Venlo is a city with four thriving urban centres, each with its own, distinct character:
Venlo is a city with city rights dating back to 1343. A long-established trading centre. Once dormant, but now vigorous and flourishing. A city that is the beating heart of Northern Limburg and one of the major links in European goods traffic.
Blerick is a major residential area and has extensive industry parks.
centre of traditional industries.
Belfeld is a small country community with a rural character.
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