|Cities to visit||Sports and nature||Gastronomic places||Museums||For families|
35’ by bike
12’ by car
30’ by public transport
’s-Hertogenbosch, also known as Den Bosch, it’s a great city full of beautiful ancient monuments and interesting museums, like the Het Noordbrabants Museum with pieces from Vincent Van Gogh or the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center.
In the historic center you will find everything you need from shopping to Bossche bollen and terraces to chill and relax.
7’ by car
15’ by bike
25’ by public transport
This historic setting is the home to galleries, specialty shops, friendly restaurants (like the Pannekoekenbakker), and pavement cafes. There are well-equipped harbours for tourists arriving by water and there are lovely views of the town, the river, and the surrounding countryside from the ramparts.
1h by public transport
The Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk (Church of our Lady) is the most important monument and a landmark of Breda that can be admired from almost every place in the city. Breda has been voted best city centre in the Netherlands, with plenty of pavement cafes, trendy restaurants and excellent shopping.
51’ by car
3h by public transport
When you visit this iconic 18th century windmills you step right into the middle of Dutch history. Everything here lies below sea level. Travel back in time and experience the story of windmills, water, and willpower.
30’ by car
In the most famous castle in The Netherlands, you will be able to visit the outer bailey, the garrison, or the museum where you can learn virtually everything there is to know about Hugo Grotius, the Middle Ages, and the Hollandic Water Line. Learn about weapons and gunpowder, or get your feet wet battling high water in the cellars.
Sports and nature
30’ by bike
15’ by car
National dunes park, good for hiking, cycling, mountain biking, outdoor games for children, mini-golf courses, and swimming lakes.