What to do in the city of Eindhoven?

What to do in the city of Eindhoven?

Eindhoven is a vibrant city with countless shops, bars, restaurants and terraces. The city has the longest barstreet in the Benelux: Stratumseind or ‘Stratum’ for short. In this street you can find a variety of bars, cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs.

Where does the University of Eindhoven take place?

In addition, Eindhoven is a higher-education hub within the southern Netherlands, with several institutes of higher education that serve students from the extended region of North Brabant, Zeeland, Limburg and parts of the surrounding provinces.

What was the population of Eindhoven at the time of its charter?

At the time of granting of its charter, Eindhoven had approximately 170 houses enclosed by a rampart. Just outside the city walls stood a small castle. The city was also granted the right to organize a weekly market and the farmers in nearby villages were obliged to come to Eindhoven to sell their produce.

What is Eindhoven called in the Dutch Carnaval?

And last, but not least, Eindhoven is called ‘Lampegat’ (‘light hamlet’) during Dutch Carnaval. #helmond Our team member Rodolfo and Ciana team up for a visit to The Castle and the city of Helmond!

How many apartments are there in Eindhoven Holland?

Today, we offer more than 2.000 self-contained residences, ranging from studios and apartments to city lofts and luxurious penthouses. All our buildings are perfectly located within the ring road of Eindhoven, with easy access to public transportation and to the Eindhoven Airport!

Where to find the beech in Eindhoven, Netherlands?

The Beech is situated at an easily accessible location within the inner ring of Eindhoven. Nearby, you can find a big shopping mall and plenty of terraces, cafes and eateries. Only 900 meters from rail station Strijp-S and 2.5 km from Central Station!

Where are the Philips offices in Eindhoven located?

Throughout the city, former Philips offices and factories (like our buildings Victoriapark Lighting and Philips Bedrijfsschool) are transformed into residential complexes, museums and restaurants, with special light effects during nighttime.