After your meeting in Eindhoven
Eindhoven has a continuous flow of new developments in the fields of creativity, design, innovation, technology and knowledge. The city is buzzing with creative energy, which you are bound to experience after your meeting.
- Visit Eindhoven’s museums ranging from art to technology and sports
- Take a ride on Holland’s first innovative bike path: the Van Gogh-Roosegaarde path
- Get a taste of Eindhoven during a culinary city walk
Museums and attractions
Since Eindhoven is the design capital of The Netherlands it comes as no surprise that the city has numerous beautiful museums. Discover modern and contemporary art at the Van Abbemuseum. Find out how Philips developed from a small-scale lamp factory to a prestigious, innovative multinational. Visit the DAF museum to see how DAF contributed to the industrial glory of Eindhoven. The Heritage Park showcases life-sized farmsteads from Prehistory to the Middle Ages. And the PSV museum is a must see for all football fans. If museums are not high on your agenda, simply get lost in the streets of Eindhoven in search of your favourite piece of design.
Wining and dining
Eindhoven offers culinary options for any taste and budget. Even Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek has a restaurant in the city, which also acts an art gallery. Not sure what to choose? Take the culinary city walk, a great way to get a taste of all that Eindhoven has to offer. Each course of your three-course meal is served at a different restaurant. In between courses your guide will lead you through Eindhoven and give you an introduction to the city’s main assets: design, architecture and knowledge.
Eindhoven is the industrial heart of The Netherlands, with high-tech technology and design acting as its the main veins. Take a tour of the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, where companies work together to create innovative products and applications.
If you want to stay on the path of innovation, but prefer a more active approach, cycling the Van Gogh-Roosegarden bike path might be right up your alley. This 600m/0.4mi long bike path is the first innovative cycling path of The Netherlands. It consists of thousands of sparkling stones and crosses the place where Vincent van Gogh lived from 1883-1885. Extend your bike tour to cycle through Eindhoven’s diverse surroundings.
Did you know that Eindhoven is easily accessible from three major international airports due to its convenient location.