How long are you going to stay? There is so much to do and see in Den Bosch. Whatever you are planning to do, make sure you take your time and truly experience the city’s hospitality and unique bon-vivant culture.
Het Noordbrabants Museum and the Design Museum Den Bosch together form the Museum Quarter. Both museums offer a wide variety of history, culture, art and design. They are connected by a beautiful garden which is open to the public free of charge.
Go back in time and experience the history of Den Bosch.
Getting back to nature is easy. The ‘Bossche Broek’ is just a stone’s throw away. Alternatively you can visit another nearby park or nature reserve.
Some things are 100% Den Bosch. Like the ‘Bossche Bol’ profiterole, for example. Find out what else is!
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Just sit back and watch the vlog and discover how beautiful Den Bosch is.
The ‘Paleiskwartier’, or ‘Palace Quarter’, is situated behind the station and is the most modern district in the city. The Paleisbrug, which is a footbridge that connects the old city to the new, takes you from the historic centre to the Paleiskwartier where you can enjoy a drink outdoors at one of the cafés, watch a film at the cinema, relax along the banks of the ‘Hofvijver’ pond, or admire the architectural wonders of this part of the city.
The Korte Putstraat is a street full of restaurants which has acquired something of a unique culinary reputation in the Netherlands and which offers culinary experiences from all corners of the globe. Here you can experience the hospitality and bon-vivant lifestyle the city is famous for. The history of the street and the easy-going vibe make having dinner in the Korte Putstraat an unforgettable experience. It is also the perfect place to enjoy a cup of coffee and a ‘Bossche Bol’ profiterole.
Take a look at the six most beautiful buildings in Den Bosch
The Jheronimus Bosch Art Center is a unique tribute to the medieval artist Jheronimus Bosch.
North Brabant is located at the heart of Europe and in the centre of the Benelux. This makes it the ideal destination for a day trip or a weekend break. Brabant is the gateway to the Low Countries and is easily accessible by car, train or air.Visit Brabant