In Eindhoven you’ll find a quite a few city parks. Actually, of the five largest cities of the Netherlands, Eindhoven has the highest percentage green areas. We’ve listed a couple of the city parks below.
Genneper Parks is a nature, sports and recreation area in the south of Eindhoven. You can make, for example, a trip to the swimming pool during summer or the ice ring in the winter. In the middle of the park you also encounter the Environmental [...] Continue reading about Genneper Parks.
Henri Dunant Park
The Henri Dunant Park in the north of Eindhoven has been a welcome sight to see since 1972 and you're sure to have plenty to explore on the total of more than 50 acres. Among the activities in the city park there's Tai Chi every [...] Continue reading about Henri Dunant Park.
Philips de Jongh Wandelpark
The Philips de Jongh Wandelpark (Philips de Jongh Walking Park) was donated to the city by the Philips family in 1920. The park is a spacious green area that makes for great walking and relaxing. For a cup of coffee and a nice snack it [...] Continue reading about Philips de Jongh Wandelpark.
In the Stadswandelpark (City walking park) in Eindhoven you can make a great walk while having something to see in the meantime. Among others, there's an extensive statue garden and heritage monuments. Also when it comes to the natural environment, you won't miss out thanks [...] Continue reading about Stadswandelpark.