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From 30/03/2023 to 30/10/2023








5 good reasons to go to Eindhoven

A city looking to the future
A city looking to the future
A city with a rich industrial heritage, Eindhoven suffered bombing during the Second World War. Against all the odds, however, the city rapidly turned to the future and reinvented itself. Today it is known as the Dutch capital of design, where ultra-modern buildings rub shoulders with converted factories.
Spot an alien spaceship!
Spot an alien spaceship!
The Evoluon conference & exhibition centre of Eindhoven looks very much like a UFO! Surprisingly, it was built in 1966, inspired by an original idea by Frits Philips to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the brand. It continues to impress visitors to the present day, especially when illuminated at night.
Go to a football match
Go to a football match
PSV Eindhoven is one of the Netherland's top three first division football clubs. The team was created by the Philips brand, which built the Philips Stadium in the heart of its factories. Needless to say the atmosphere is electric here, and the lighting system is one of the most efficient in the world.
On the trail of Van Gogh
On the trail of Van Gogh
The famous Dutch painter was originally from North Brabant. In his native village of Neunen, he was hugely inspired by the landscapes, windmills, peasants and rural scenes. You'll even find a glow-in-the-dark cycle path inspired by his most famous work, The Starry Night.
Take a stroll through the City of Light
Take a stroll through the City of Light
The historical headquarters of the Philips brand, Eindhoven was home to the invention of the first incandescent bulb in 1890! The city has continued to shine since then and is the venue for an incredible annual sound and light show. During the Glow Festival in November, the city's most beautiful monuments are illuminated to the delight of all.

To see / do

Culture and history

The Van Abbe Museum

The Van Abbe Museum

Devoted to modern art and design, the museum is home to works by major artists such as Picasso, Kandinsky, Lissitzky or Rodin. In addition to its bold architecture, the building also houses one of the finest Benelux art collections. 


DAF Museum

DAF Museum

The truck manufacturer DAF has its headquarters in Eindhoven and so naturally offered its home city a splendid museum. You'll find an incredible collection of vintage vehicles here, alongside prototypes that never went into production.

De Blob

Behind this amusing name lies a futuristic building of steel and glass, but with a decidedly organic shape. The work of the Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas, it forms a bridge between the Philips tower and the adjacent shopping centre and also houses a restaurant. This unique venue has become a highly popular meeting place in Eindhoven.


Philips Museum

The museum devoted to Eindhoven's iconic brand promises a fun and entertaining way to learn about scientific progress in lighting and healthcare. Step into the shoes of a researcher and solve mysteries, or try the augmented reality tour...


Go out


This former industrial complex has become an alternative venue and open stage for urban culture. You'll find numerous independent entrepreneurs, eco-responsible shops and locavore restaurants here. In a word, it's the equivalent of our very own Darwin!




This is one of the most beautiful spots in the Netherlands, with its medieval buildings, charming shops and good restaurants. Easy to get to by train or car from Eindhoven, it's the ideal place to enjoy a walk along the ramparts or the canals.



The Netherlands' most famous amusement park is about 40 kilometres from Eindhoven. Discover this wonderland and its fairy-tale wood, musical theatre and heart-stopping rides. With haunted castles, rollercoasters and an 18-hole golf course, there's something for all the family. Efteling takes on another atmosphere in winter with its light displays and skating rink.



Triple A

The three iconic food products of North Brabant all start with the letter A - asparagus, aardbei (strawberry) and anchovy. In the summer you'll often find AAA menus featuring these three famous ingredients.

Bottle Distillery

Located in a former textile factory on the banks of the canal, this micro-distillery produces high-quality spirits that have won a host of international awards. The distillery is open to visitors, who can sample gins, rums, vodkas and other liqueuers, or take part in creative workshops and master classes.


Brabant Caviar

Brabant Caviar

Aquitaine isn't the only region to produce high-quality caviar. This local produce is named Anna Royal Dutch Caviar in reference to the Russian Tsar's daughter. This is the only fish farm in the Netherlands which breeds sturgeon for their precious eggs!


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860 km

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14°C (max 22°C)


17°C (max 23°C)


7°C (max 15°C)


3°C (max 6°C)

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