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Tours Eindhoven

Eindhoven is a hip city, you feel it and you see it. The city is bursting with energy. Over 125 years ago, Philips took the first major steps in innovation. Now Eindhoven is the design city bursting with technology, knowledge, creativity and innovation.

The beautiful Augustijnenkerk was built at the end of the nineteenth century for the Augustinian fathers. It is a church in neo-Gothic style, of brownish red brick. The tower is 66 meters high. Inside the church you can see several chapels and confessionals. The Sacred Heart statue on the spire is one of the special attractions of this church.

In a natural setting, on the river Dommel, is The Van Abbemuseum. It is a museum for contemporary art. The museum opened in 1936. Henri van Abbe is the founder of the museum. The museum has one of the largest collections of artworks worldwide by the Russian El Lissitzky. It also has works by Pablo Picasso and Wassily Kandinsky.

In the center of Eindhoven lies De Markt. A square that has literally been the center of the city for centuries. In earlier times the square fulfilled an important role for trade. Even now an antiques market is held here every Saturday. Nowadays De Markt is a pleasant place where several cafes and restaurants are located. In the neighborhood you can also go shopping or just sit in the merry-go-round that is there all year round.

The entertainment center of Eindhoven is Stratumseind. This cozy street with numerous cafes is the longest pub street in the Netherlands. This makes it the perfect place to go out. You can eat, drink, dance and party! The Brabant coziness you will experience here in abundance.

At the beginning of Statumseind you will find the Roman Catholic Church of St. Catherine, dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria. She was protector against the plague and guardian of chastity and will absolutely not agree with what happens in the late hours in the street where the church is located!

6.PreHistoric Village

In the Genneper Parks of Eindhoven you can visit the PreHistoric Village . It is an outdoor museum where you can step back in time. Historical eras from prehistory to the late Middle Ages are observed in this park.

The Philips Museum is located in the first Philips light bulb factory. The museum shows the entire history of the factory that made Eindhoven great.

In the Eindhoven district of Tongelre, you can visit the DAF Museum. The museum beautifully displays the history of Van Doorne’s Automobiel Fabriek, DAF for short. DAF has been around since 1928, a walk through the museum takes you from past times to the future.

The BLOB is a very striking and futuristic building in the center of Eindhoven. The building is the gateway to the shopping center De Admirant. The beautiful building, made of glass and steel, was designed by Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas and is an unmissable landmark in Eindhoven.

Strijp-S is a modern district in Eindhoven. It is built on a former Philips industrial site. In the district the industrial heritage of Eindhoven is clearly present. It is a modern living and working area where creativity and development are paramount.

The soccer fan should of course go to The PSV Museum. It is a museum about the club history of the Eindhoven soccer club PSV. In the museum you can see all the stars of the club, the successes, trophies, photos and memorabilia.

12.TAC Temporary Art Centre

The Temporary Art Centre, or TAC for short, has 80 studios where young people work on the future world. It is also called an incubator for cultural innovation. The building hosts many exhibitions, music performances and parties.


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A lovely place to walk or picnic is the Stadswandelpark. The park was designed in 1921 by Leonard Springer and Dirk Tersteeg. In the park you can sit very nicely by the water, walk through the sculpture garden and enjoy the beautiful, varied nature.

The Genneper watermill is a mill along the river Dommel. The mill has a very long and rich history. Vincent van Gogh made several paintings of the mill in 1884.

The Flying Pins is a depiction of a bowling ball with ten pins knocked over. This huge public sculpture was designed Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. You can find the Flying Pins at the head of John F. Kennedylaan, on the south side of the street, on the corner with Fellenoord.


A veritable UFO can be seen every day in Eindhoven. The architects Louis Kalff and Leo de Bever designed the Evoluon. An enormous futuristic building where fairs, parties and events are held. Renting a beautiful and striking space for an event? Evoluon is the place to be!

Through a farmstead you walk into Dierenrijk. Dierenrijk is a zoo close to Eindhoven (in Mierlo). In the park you can see animals up close. The park houses a hundred different species of animals. It provides an enjoyable day out for young and old.

There is another zoo in the vicinity of Eindhoven, namely Zoo Veldhoven. It is a zoo where visitors can feed the animals themselves. The park consists mainly of parrots, birds of prey and owls.