Start out your trip to Eindhoven at the city centre in the area of the market. It’s not for nothing that Eindhoven won the prize for Best city centre 2011 – 2013.
However, except for a nice market square Eindhoven has a lot more to offer. Like the many bars and modern shopping centres, beautiful parks and various museums.
And as if that’s not enough, the city agenda is filled with great events. Like carnaval and Queensday. But also GLOW and the Dutch Design Week are reasons for hundreds of thousands of visitors to make a trip to Eindhoven.
Where Amsterdam has the Amsterdam Arena, Eindhoven has the Philips Stadium! Founded in 1913, it can still be found at the same location (walking distance from the city center) with seating space for no less than 35,000 visitors. If you're a fan, you should definitely [...] Continue reading about Philips Stadium.
Genneper Water Mill
The national heritage monument the Genneper Water Mill near Eindhoven is a monument that has been captured by multiple famous Dutch painters. Including Anton Pieck and Vincent van Gogh. Despite the mill not actively being used, it remains a special sight to see from up [...] Continue reading about Genneper Water Mill.
Build in the 19th century, the St. Catharinakerk (St. Catharine's Church) with two towers of no less than 73 meters can be found at the Catherinaplein in Eindhoven. Due to the damage caused by the Second World War, this monumental building has been restored with [...] Continue reading about St. Catharinakerk.