About Baarlo, the PP Europe capital

Baarlo, a nice small village

Baarlo is a small village in the south of The Netherlands, close to the German border. The nearest city is Venlo, about 10km from Baarlo. With several castles, Baarlo is also called the Castle Village. During the day Baarlo is a very quiet village, but it celebrates several annual festivals, like the Volksfeesten (National feast) and Ammyday festival.

And of course ProgPower Europe has become a well known event in Baarlo and is the highlight of the year for many people.

Friendly people

Baarlo is also a very friendly village. During ProgPower Europe everyone here knows just how many people will be visiting Baarlo. They will help you in every possible way to make your visit a pleasant one.

Interesting things you should know about Baarlo include:

  • almost 6.500 inhabitants
  • part of the new municipality Peel en Maas (since 1 January 2010)
  • 2 supermarkets, Coop and Aldi
  • 2 pizzerias
  • 1 (excellent) Chinese restaurant, very popular with our regular visitors
  • 3 pubs (as well as Sjiwa’s basement bar)
  • 2 snack bars
  • 2 regular restaurants

All in all Baarlo has more than enough on offer to help make your stay during ProgPower as good as possible. Everything is within walking distance. Check out the photos of Baarlo, it will give you a good idea what to expect from this lovely place.

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