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Van Abbemuseum

Van Abbemuseum

Van Abbemuseum is one of the most important museums of the city. The artworks oriented to both modern and contemporary artefacts are housed in the museum. The museum is decked with the largest collection of paintings in the world by El Lissitzky. Some of its major collections include the works of Jan Sluijters, Carel Willink, Isaac Israëls, Rudi Fuchs, Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, Wassily Kandinsky, Edy de Wilde and Jacqueline de Jong.

The Philips Museum

The Philips Museum

The Philips Museum belongs to the Philips Company. The museum is all about the products of Philips and their history. It is located in the building where the owner of the company and made his first incandescent light bulb in the year 1891. The main idea behind the museum is how it motivates new and young entrepreneurs to achieve things in life. Numerous items related to the company's products and its raw materials are housed in the several rooms of the museum.

St.Catherine's Church

St.Catherine's Church

St.Catherine's Church or Sint-Catharinakerk is a catholic church of the Roman in the city. The church has been dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria. Its majestic appearance and architecture makes it one of the most visited churches of the country. The most striking features of the church are its towers which are 73 metres high. They are considered as a male and a female tower and have been named David and Maria. The towers are part of the double tower front.

Travelling to Eindhoven, Netherlands

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Eindhoven is one of the most important municipalities and cities in the southern part of Netherlands. A number of heavenly monuments and buildings are housed in the city along with numerous cultural institutions, parks, recreational spots, museums, music and art theatres and much more. You will love each and every moment you spend in the city. The city has gained prestige in the field of education ,which involves the Eindhoven University of Technology,educating students in the field of technology and european automobiles.Eindhoven is the origin of The Philips company and is therefore called as the City of Light.The city is just not about education but a lot about recreation ,from the largest pub street Stratum's End to cultural festivals like ABlive and Carnaval ,the city has everything you need for an entertaining weekend.Pack your bags and get ready to capture some unforgettable moments in the city.

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Eindhoven Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be booked easily both offline and online. Booking tickets is easier online as it saves time and you can be sure of getting a booking beforehand. You can book tickets for this city through this website and also make payments thereafter, safely and securely.

How To Get Around?

Most of the people in the city travel to their destinations via trains as they are reachable as well as cheap. Light Rail in the city is also an option. You can always take trams and buses.

What Should I Wear?

A nice pair of pants with a skinny top will make you blend in the city. You can wear boots with the same. The city is full of people who drool over a pair of skinny jeans. You can also carry a pair with you. Boys can also go for a pair of jeans and some t-shirts.

Eindhoven Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Winters are the best time to visit the city. January might probably be the best time. You might want to carry some layers as well.



Will I Need a Guide?

A guide will not be needed as this website has substantial information about all the things you might need to know throughout your trip. Thus, a guide is unnecessary.

How To Get There?

Amsterdam and Breda are the nearest towns and direct train from both the cities to Rotterdam Central Station can be arranged and the trip would be less time consuming and prove to be cheap as well.

Additional Info

Keep all your cash and travel documents safely. Do not leave your luggage unpacked in your hotel room when you leave. Cameras and mobile phones might not be allowed in some locations. You can report to the local authorities in case of any emergency.