Transport in Eindhoven
In this flat city, people mostly choose to travel by bicycle. Public transportation is limited to bus, but of course, taxis are also available.
About Eindhoven Airport
If you're traveling to or from Eindhoven with Pegasus, you'll be using Eindhoven Airport (EIN). A small but modern airport, it offers everything a passenger needs. Bus services operate between the airport and the city centre, but you'll also find taxi ranks outside the airport.
If you’re planning to visit Eindhoven, one of the biggest cities in the Netherlands, take a look at the fares on offer from Pegasus.
Eindhoven Airport Telephone Number
+31 900 9505
What to Eat in Eindhoven
- Wentelteefjes: After a night on the town, the people of the city start their day with wentelteefjes, the Dutch take on French toast. It’s especially good at outdoor breakfast venues.
- Falafel: Eindhoven doesn't have much of its own cuisine, so you're more likely to find Arab, Spanish and Italian dishes here. Falafel is a classic chickpea patty from the Middle East. It's also the cheapest food you'll find in the city.
- Herring: Herring is a traditional Dutch snack.
Where to Eat in Eindhoven
- Bergen, one of the busiest parts of the city, is lined with plenty of restaurants and cafes. You'll find all types of cuisine here!
- Hooghuisstraat: This is a lively area where you'll find everything from Turkish restaurants to small cafes selling affordable but delicious food.
- Bleekweg: On Bleekweg Street, on the banks of the Dommel River, you'll find plenty of places to eat.
Important Telephone Numbers
Country Code: +31
Places to see
Places to Visit in Eindhoven
- Evoluon Building: When in Eindhoven, you'll have the chance to see one of the strangest buildings in the world. The Evoluon Building is shaped like a UFO and was designed by the famous architect, Louis Kalff. Built with the support of Philips in the city centre, this building is now used as a convention centre.
- Van Abbe Museum: The Van Abbe Museum is among the best modern art museums in Europe and should be on your must visit list.
- Philips Museum: Philips has made a great contribution to the city of Eindhoven, not least of all because it was founded here in 1891. As one of the world's largest companies, Philips exhibits its entire history in its own museum.
- St. Catherine's Church: St. Catherine's Church, the city's most magnificent religious structure, was originally built in the 13th century, but was later destroyed. Rebuilt in the 19th century, its towers standing at 73 metres tall are its most eye-catching feature.