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Eindhoven has a reputation as an innovation centre for industry, but it also has a long history and is packed with interesting place to visit.
The city gets more visitors during the summer months but its biggest draw cards are events held in the city, often dedicated to business, such as the Dutch Design Week in October or the Glow festival, a week-long celebration of light art with installations and events throughout the city, which takes place in November. There are also various music festivals during the summer months and carnival, in February, attracts crowds.
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There are direct flights to Eindhoven from several UK airports, but the city is less than a 90-minute drive from other airports in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Use the ‘Nearby airports’ option to look for flights to and from alternative cities.
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Eindhoven Airport is the second-biggest in the Netherlands, but it deals with less than a tenth of the traffic that passes through Schiphol in Amsterdam. It is located 5 miles west of the city centre, and there are express bus routes into the Eindhoven. There are shops, restaurants, a business centre and car hire facilities are located near the arrival hall.
Ryanair operates all direct flights from the UK to Eindhoven.
Eindhoven has a good bus network, which extends to the airport. It also has a major train station with connections to other European cities. The centre is navigable on foot and, this being the Netherlands, the city is well set up for cycling, with hire bikes readily available around Eindhoven.
Despite its reputation Eindhoven is the greenest big city in the Netherlands. Stadswandelpark in the south of the city has a pretty sculpture walk and there is a Spacewalk App that reveals astronauts, rockets and moon landers lurking in the bushes.
Eindhoven has a long history, dating back to the 13th century, and although little sign of it remains, but you can take a step back in time at the open air Eindhoven Museum.
Other museums worth a visit include the Philips Museum, housed in the company’s original factory building, and the DAF museum, which tells the story of the van and trailer company, another firm that was based in Eindhoven.
Eindhoven’s residents need to relax like anyone else, and while it is not geared up for tourism the city has a thriving nightlife, so head out to sample the restaurants and bars. The city also boasts the largest swimming pool complex in Europe if you fancy a dip.