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Golden Tulip Hotel Central - 's-Hertogenbosch

Golden Tulip Hotel Central - 's-Hertogenbosch

Golden Tulip Hotel Central is ideally located at the charming medieval market square in the city center of 's-Hertogenbosch. The city, locally also known as Den Bosch, was elected as the Most Hospitable City in the Netherlands in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 and also elected as the Best Dutch Citytrip 2014! Hotel Central is a four star hotel with 125 guest rooms including 3 Suites, 3 Luxury rooms and 5 executive rooms. You can find the Burgundian character of the historical city of 's-Hertogenbosch troughout the hotel. You will be pampered in our à la carte restaurant De Leeuwenborgh. In our Brasserie Central you can enjoy a lunch with a beautiful view on the medieval market square. In Tony's bar we organize Live Jazz concerts which take place every first Friday of the month. During the late hours you can enjoy a drink in our exclusive Moriaenbar.
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Kasteel (castle) Heeswijk

Kasteel (castle) Heeswijk

Together with St. John’s Cathedral in ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Grote Kerk church in Breda and the Markiezenhof in Bergen op Zoom, Kasteel Heeswijk is one of the four official Top Monuments in Brabant. You can experience the chequered history of almost one thousand years of power, pride and culture of the elite of Brabant, all prominently located in the River Aa valley close to ’s-Hertogenbosch. The castle is also the Nature Gateway to Brabant and is encircled by the Heeswijk Estate where you can spend some relaxing time among beautiful countryside. Come and enjoy this imposing monument on Tuesdays to Sundays. ‘Bij de Barones’ is the place for visitors to the castle and estate to enjoy coffee, lunch or drinks in beautiful historic surroundings! “Wonderful castle” People of all ages are welcome in the castle. There are special children’s tours on Wednesday afternoons and children can learn all about the knights who were once here in an exciting treasure hunt. That certainly made an impression on Susan: “I was allowed to put the helmet on my head to feel how heavy it was!” Coffee concerts are organised at the castle on Sundays from 12:00 to 13:00. With a website and audio tour in English, and guided tours - which if reserved in advance are possible in English, German, French and Spanish – many overseas visitors make their way to Kasteel Heeswijk. To much satisfaction, according to this reaction: “This old and very well kept castle is definitely worth a visit if you are in the southern area of Holland. […] The surrounding area is great for a stroll to enjoy the countryside. I would say this is a must see!” Nature Gateway to Brabant The Nature Gateway offers lovely walks from the castle through the woods and along the estate’s avenues and fields, criss-crossed by the meandering River Aa. Sail in a whisper boat to the unique Kilsdonkse Molen watermill and windmill, and visit the Museumboerderij (Farming Museum) in the village of Heeswijk-Dinther, or sample an abbey beer in the centuries’ old Berne Abbey, the longest established religious community in the Netherlands.
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Tramkade - 's-Hertogenbosch

Tramkade - 's-Hertogenbosch

Tramkade is the former site of the compound feed factory De Heus and is full of striking silos and industrial buildings. Where a flour and feed factory was in operation for over 100 years, the new Tramkade cultural hotspot is now being created in the Spoorzone of 's-Hertogenbosch. The Tramkade offers space for experiment and innovation and develops without a definite final plan to a place that the city is proud of. On the Tramkade grounds there are three main buildings, each with its own atmosphere and possibilities: the Kaaihallen, the Mengfabriek and the Werkwarenhuis. The Tramkade is still under development. Can not you wait to visit?
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The Design Museum - ’s-Hertogenbosch

The Design Museum - ’s-Hertogenbosch

The Design Museum ’s-Hertogenbosch combines a unique collection of ceramics and jewellery with spectacular exhibitions of contemporary art and design. The core of the collection is formed by jewellery and ceramics of artists and designers from the 20th and 21st century. Other temporary presentations include works by Pablo Picasso and Lucio Fontana, but also design pieces by Gijs Bakker and Hella Jongerius. You can also see works by promising young artists.
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Discover the Burgundian culture - 's-Hertogenbosch

Discover the Burgundian culture - 's-Hertogenbosch

Discover the real Bossche hospitality and its unique Burgundian culture! Are you looking for a real culinary highlight? Visit one of the popular restaurant areas in 's-Hertogenbosch' city centre: the Uilenburg, the Korte Putstraat, and the Parade. Even outside these three areas, 's-Hertogenbosch has a lot to offer. The city centre is packed with lively bars, and unique restaurants. Whether you go for drinks, have some snacks, or go for a real unforgettable dinner, 's-Hertogenbosch has it all. With a wide array of cuisines, there is something for everyone. Can you resist temptation?
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Shopping - 's-Hertogenbosch

Shopping - 's-Hertogenbosch

DISCOVER ALL THE SHOPPING HOTSPOTS Fancy concept stores, trendy fashion shops, and beautiful boutiques. Shopping in 's-Hertogenbosch is shopping in a unique cultural-historical ambiance, whether you go to one of the larger shopping streets, or discover the small attractive alleys. LATE NIGHT SHOPPING Fancy some late night shopping? Come to 's-Hertogenbosch' city centre on Thursday evening. All shops are open until 21:00 hours. SHOPPING ON SUNDAY All shops in 's-Hertogenbosch' city centre are usually open on Sundays from 12:00 - 17:00 hours.
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Buurt - 's-Hertogenbosch

Buurt - 's-Hertogenbosch

We all have associations with a neighborhood, the neighborhood feeling, making a neighborhood, being in the neighborhood, the center and meeting point and a place where you want to be. 'Buurt' is the place just outside the center to drink coffee (and we mean a very good cup of coffee), to work on your laptop, to chat, to read the newspaper, to have lunch, to have a drink, to laugh , taste good wines, play games, use Wi-Fi, try different beers, dine and sit in the sun all day. In summary, a place that is at home in all forms.
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