What would make tourists fall in love with Eindhoven?
The answers are the innovative modern architecture, hi-tech, modern art, and magnificent church in the center of the city. Here are the top places to visit in Eindhoven, and if you plan for a meeting/conference in Eindhoven you can begin with Park Plaza Eindhoven.
Pay a visit to St. Catherine Church
St. Catherine Church was designed by Pierre Cuypers in a neo-Gothic style, which is one of the most beautiful churches in Eindhoven. It was built in honor of Saint Catherine of Alexandria. In 1972, the church was recognized as a national monument of the Netherlands.
Explore The Philips Museum
Welcome to the pride of the Netherlands, the Philips Museum. The museum will tell you the story of Philips’ innovative technology since the very beginning until the modern time.
Experience the DAF museum
DAF museum (Van Doorne’s Automobiel Fabriek) is famous for having many DAF vehicles, including sports cars and prototypes. Almost hundreds of DAF passenger cars and vehicles derived from it. Founded since 1928, DAF initiated many innovative transport solutions and highly innovative in engine development.
Take a look at Van Abbemuseum
Have a bit of history of art vibe by visiting Van Abbemuseum, a museum of modern and contemporary art in the heart of Eindhoven. Here visitors can explore more than 2,700 artworks from some artists such as Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso as well as the world’s largest collection of El Lisitzky.
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Enjoy the modern beauty of The Evoluon
This is a right place to visit if you are an architecture-lover. The Evoluon is designed by the architects Louis Kalff and Leo de Bever. With the look of an UFO landed in Eindhoven, Evoluon has become the icon of the city. Before, it used to be a scientific museum and now it is a modern conference venue.
Take a walk at nature parks
Not interested in museums after all? Explore some of the famous parks such as: Genneper Parken, Stadswandelpark, Stratumse Heide and De Berenkuil.