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Eindhoven is a major city in the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands. It is by no means a main tourist destination in the country and most travel guides will devote no more than a page or two to it. Nevertheless, this bustling and modern city has a lot more to offer.
The A2 national highway from Amsterdam to Maastricht passes Eindhoven to the west and south of the city. The A2 connects here with the A58 to Tilburg and Breda and to the A67/E34 from Venlo to Antwerp. In 2004, the A50 was completed connecting Eindhoven to Nijmegen and Zwolle. As in all Dutch cities, parking in the city center is quite expensive and during rush hours the main streets can be jammed.
Eindhoven Airport (EIN), the largest regional airport in the Netherlands, is located just 5 kilometers from the city. The airport is served by a number of low-cost carriers with daily or weekly flights to many destinations in Europe, Turkey and Morocco.
There is an airport shuttle between the train station and airport. Tickets can be bought at the airport bus stand.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the primary international airport in the Netherlands and the 13th airport in the world and the 4th in Europe, with connections to many destinations in the USA, South America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
There is a half-hourly Intercity train service connecting Schiphol Airport with Eindhoven. You can also take the train with direction Alkmaar and change trains at Utrecht Centraal. The journey takes just under 90 minutes.
The city center is largely car free and small enough to get around on foot. If you're headed for the outskirts or surrounding villages, take the bus or rent a bike.
Eindhoven has an extensive bus network. You can purchase an OV-chipkaart, a plastic card on which an amount or a travel credit can be loaded, at the bus company's office or vending machines in the station.
Taxistands can be found on both the north- and south side of the railway station. For a list with taxi services see PIN Taxi Eindhoven. Note that taxi transport in the Netherlands is rather expensive.
In order to claim you have seen Eindhoven, at least a glance at its Philips-related history is a must. Fortunately, this is hardly a challenge as many of the Philips sights are right in the heart of the city. The Van Abbe museum is the main attraction listed by travel guides and is an excellent pick if you're into modern art.
The Van Abbemuseum is one of the leading museums for modern and contemporary art. The impressive collection includes works of Picasso, Chagall, Kandinsky, El Lissitzky, Theo van Doesburg, Mondriaan and Appel.
DAF Museum, Tongelresestraat 27. Learn all about the history and designs of DAF vehicles from 1928 till the present day. The collection includes trucks, extraordinary cars and other DAF-products, but also 1930 shops and company offices from old times.
Historic OpenAir Museum, Boutenslaan 161 B. Travel back into Eindhoven's history. This historic museum boost reconstructions of an Iron Age village, a farm around the year 1000 and the Medieval town of Eindhoven. Try visiting during weekends or holidays, when there are extra activities.
Museum Kempenland, St. Antoniusstraat 7. This museum is in the Steentjeskerk, a church building make of tiny stones and a national heritage site itself. It houses a broad collection of material culture and art works from the region.
De Admirant, Emmasingel. The highest building in Eindhoven, directly opposite the Witte Dame. The 105 meter tower is the sky-high middle point of a new shopping area called "Around the Admirant".
Lichttoren (Light Tower), Corner of Mathildelaan and Emmasingel. On the top floors of this 7-edged, white tower building, Philips used to perform it's light bulb endurance tests. The 24/7 burning lights in the building gained it the title of "Light Tower".
White Lady, Emmasingel. Next to the Light Tower is the Witte Dame. It was designed by Dirk Roosenburg and built in 1931 in the style of the New Objectivity. It originally served as a radio factory and now houses Eindhoven's Design Academy and Public Library.
Vestedatoren, corner of Vestdijk and Smalle Haven. The 2006 Vesteda tower is considered one of the main landmarks in Eindhoven's skyline. With 90 meters this apartment building is the 5th highest building in the city. It was designed by Jo Coenen and is part of his broader design for the modern urban Smalle Haven area surrounding it.
Hovenring. is a suspended bicycle path roundabout on the border between Eindhoven and Veldhoven in the Netherlands. It is the first suspended bicycle roundabout in the world.