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Bruno's Guide

Bruno

Bruno's Guide

Food scene
Only recently opened this restaurant already have a lot of impressive reviews. A nice Terrace out side and inside with live jazz music nights and Dj nights
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5 Gasfabriek
Only recently opened this restaurant already have a lot of impressive reviews. A nice Terrace out side and inside with live jazz music nights and Dj nights
Probably the best spot in town to get food. In the heart of the dynamic Eindhoven city center, the 21 food stands make you feel you're at a food festival.
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Down Town Gourmet Market
2-14 Smalle Haven
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Probably the best spot in town to get food. In the heart of the dynamic Eindhoven city center, the 21 food stands make you feel you're at a food festival.
One of my favorite restaurant. Asian food prepared and presented by highly skilled chef served in taps. For that price the quality is unbeatable.
UMAMI by Han
57H Kleine Berg
One of my favorite restaurant. Asian food prepared and presented by highly skilled chef served in taps. For that price the quality is unbeatable.
A great SKY BAR for a cocktail but also amazing high end international cuisine.
VANE Restaurant & Skybar
5 Vestdijk
A great SKY BAR for a cocktail but also amazing high end international cuisine.
A great restaurant to sit looking the canal and the famous van Abbe Museum
Restaurant El Puente
64 Stratumseind
A great restaurant to sit looking the canal and the famous van Abbe Museum
Clorser Supermaket
Jumbo
103 Geldropseweg
Clorser Supermaket
Do you have a taste for the gin, brandy, vodka, and more? Then the Bottle Distillery is for you! Located in the Schellensfabriek (old textile factory) in the city centre, it’s easy to walk to from the train station. Founded and run by a couple that is passionate about creating top-quality alcohols and the experience that goes into crafting it, they run a gin-making workshop, guided tours, and tastings. There is also a shop to be able to purchase the ones you enjoyed the most!
Bottle Distillery
1D Kanaaldijk-Zuid
Do you have a taste for the gin, brandy, vodka, and more? Then the Bottle Distillery is for you! Located in the Schellensfabriek (old textile factory) in the city centre, it’s easy to walk to from the train station. Founded and run by a couple that is passionate about creating top-quality alcohols and the experience that goes into crafting it, they run a gin-making workshop, guided tours, and tastings. There is also a shop to be able to purchase the ones you enjoyed the most!
Renting a Bike
Biking is very common in the Netherlands. It is often the best way to commute from one point to another within the city. Perfect maintained bike lanes with exclusive ways through parks. You can rent yours in the nearby addresses.
Velorent Eindhoven
56 Moreelselaan
Biking is very common in the Netherlands. It is often the best way to commute from one point to another within the city. Perfect maintained bike lanes with exclusive ways through parks. You can rent yours in the nearby addresses.
Sightseeing
To help you plan your trip to Eindhoven, here are a bunch of the top attractions, sights, eats, and drinks. We had a great time wandering around the city and definitely need a second full day to take in everything on this list.
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DAF Museum
27 Tongelresestraat
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To help you plan your trip to Eindhoven, here are a bunch of the top attractions, sights, eats, and drinks. We had a great time wandering around the city and definitely need a second full day to take in everything on this list.
Eindhoven, if you didn’t know, has a massively long street of just bars, pubs, and clubs. It’s called Stratumseind – and it’s actually the longest “nightlife” street in the whole of the Netherlands! Take that, Amsterdam. Address: Stratumseind
Stratumseind
Eindhoven, if you didn’t know, has a massively long street of just bars, pubs, and clubs. It’s called Stratumseind – and it’s actually the longest “nightlife” street in the whole of the Netherlands! Take that, Amsterdam. Address: Stratumseind
The museum building is a strange mix of futuristic style and old red brick. Opened in 1936, this unusually designed building is one of the best museums of modern and contemporary art in Europe. There are over 2700 pieces of art – ranging from paintings to sculptures and created famous artists like Picasso, Mondrain, and Kandinsky. The Van Abbe is very easy to get to. We had a wander around the entire building but didn’t go in due to time constraints. It’s just south of the train station about a 10-minute walk through shops/bars and located beside the Dommel Rover in the Stratumseind District.
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Van Abbe Museum
10 Bilderdijklaan
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The museum building is a strange mix of futuristic style and old red brick. Opened in 1936, this unusually designed building is one of the best museums of modern and contemporary art in Europe. There are over 2700 pieces of art – ranging from paintings to sculptures and created famous artists like Picasso, Mondrain, and Kandinsky. The Van Abbe is very easy to get to. We had a wander around the entire building but didn’t go in due to time constraints. It’s just south of the train station about a 10-minute walk through shops/bars and located beside the Dommel Rover in the Stratumseind District.
Walking along and then bam! you get a nice cathedral to check out.
St. Catherine's Church
1 Kerkstraat
Walking along and then bam! you get a nice cathedral to check out.
Eindhoven is the city that gave birth to the world-famous innovative electrical company, Philips! Founded back in 1891 making bulbs and lamps, the brand has shifted over the years to become a leader in technology. In the museum, the permanent exhibition walks you through the company’s interesting past. There are many stories and actual products on display, as well as exhibitions that come and go to add to the museum experience. We thought that it was pretty cool to think that a global brand like Philips was started in Eindhoven. Just goes to show the significant impact the city has had on shaping our world. For the prices and opening hours, check out the official museum website.
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Philips Museum
31 Emmasingel
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Eindhoven is the city that gave birth to the world-famous innovative electrical company, Philips! Founded back in 1891 making bulbs and lamps, the brand has shifted over the years to become a leader in technology. In the museum, the permanent exhibition walks you through the company’s interesting past. There are many stories and actual products on display, as well as exhibitions that come and go to add to the museum experience. We thought that it was pretty cool to think that a global brand like Philips was started in Eindhoven. Just goes to show the significant impact the city has had on shaping our world. For the prices and opening hours, check out the official museum website.
The Dommel River near the Van Abbemuseum – follow it south towards Stadswandelpark. Stadswandelpark has tons of green space and also has a statue garden, well-trimmed lawns, and walking trails. There is even an Observatorium, a few nice ponds, and a pavilion with a restaurant! This public park is also close to Genneper Park which we’ll mention further down.
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Stadswandelpark
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The Dommel River near the Van Abbemuseum – follow it south towards Stadswandelpark. Stadswandelpark has tons of green space and also has a statue garden, well-trimmed lawns, and walking trails. There is even an Observatorium, a few nice ponds, and a pavilion with a restaurant! This public park is also close to Genneper Park which we’ll mention further down.
The stadium is to the northwest of the centre heading towards the Strijp-S. If you are a football fan (soccer for North Americans), then checking out Philips Stadium and the Museum might be for you. The stadium is home to the Philips Sport Vereniging (or PSV Eindhoven football club, for short). Fun Fact: the stadium is actually the third largest in the country!
PSV
10A Frederiklaan
The stadium is to the northwest of the centre heading towards the Strijp-S. If you are a football fan (soccer for North Americans), then checking out Philips Stadium and the Museum might be for you. The stadium is home to the Philips Sport Vereniging (or PSV Eindhoven football club, for short). Fun Fact: the stadium is actually the third largest in the country!
The PreHistorisch Dorp is a large “theme park” open-air museum that lets visitors learn about 6 significant historical eras in the region – from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages! The interactive museum is located near Genneper Park and featured live actors that you can chat with to learn all about. The museum places an emphasis on the Iron Age and the Middle Age since those periods are particularly fascinating for the history Dutch region. So, if you want to know what life was like back
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PreHistorisch Dorp
161b Boutenslaan
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The PreHistorisch Dorp is a large “theme park” open-air museum that lets visitors learn about 6 significant historical eras in the region – from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages! The interactive museum is located near Genneper Park and featured live actors that you can chat with to learn all about. The museum places an emphasis on the Iron Age and the Middle Age since those periods are particularly fascinating for the history Dutch region. So, if you want to know what life was like back
Eindhoven has a spaceship – or more specifically a “flying saucer” that you should definitely see. Let’s be serious – this is just a very cool building. The futuristically designed building was completed in 1966 by Philips – and you’ll learn more about the company as we go. These days, it’s a conference centre that gets used quite frequently. It was also the location of a former science museum. In any case, the building has come to represent the technology and innovation happening in the city – so go and check it out. It’s just a quick walk from the Strijp-S Area
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Evoluon
1A Noord Brabantlaan
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Eindhoven has a spaceship – or more specifically a “flying saucer” that you should definitely see. Let’s be serious – this is just a very cool building. The futuristically designed building was completed in 1966 by Philips – and you’ll learn more about the company as we go. These days, it’s a conference centre that gets used quite frequently. It was also the location of a former science museum. In any case, the building has come to represent the technology and innovation happening in the city – so go and check it out. It’s just a quick walk from the Strijp-S Area
Neighborhoods
This post-industrial area of old factories and buildings has been converted into shops, restaurants, workspaces, innovation labs, and a network or apartment buildings. As a result, the area is a thriving centre outside the city centre of Eindhoven. We originally headed to the area for the famous market hall (Veem Market – see right below). But it is here that we stumbled upon most of the venues for Dutch Design Week and had an absolute blast exploring the vintage shops and other things the area has to offer!
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Strijp-S
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This post-industrial area of old factories and buildings has been converted into shops, restaurants, workspaces, innovation labs, and a network or apartment buildings. As a result, the area is a thriving centre outside the city centre of Eindhoven. We originally headed to the area for the famous market hall (Veem Market – see right below). But it is here that we stumbled upon most of the venues for Dutch Design Week and had an absolute blast exploring the vintage shops and other things the area has to offer!