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Discover Eindhoven, the city full of energy
Eindhoven, a quirky city full of energy. Eindhoven is a powerfully vibrant city. A city that makes it possible. A city bursting with energy. A city of thoughtfulness, industriousness and pleasure. The city is responsible for a constant flow of new developments in creativity, innovation, technology, design and knowledge.
Besides engineering and design, Eindhoven is also known for its range of stores in the city centre: department stores, specialty stores, design and concept stores and various catering establishments. The car-free streets, short walking distances and weekly shopping Sundays make Eindhoven an attractive shopping city.
The best backyard of Eindhoven
The Genneper Water Mill or Gennepermolen is located on the Genneperweg (on the banks of the Dommel) in Eindhoven and is part of Genneper Parken. The oldest recorded mention of the mill dates back to 21 April 1249, being the subject of a gift by one Lodderken and his wife to the Postel Norbertijner Priory. In 1583 – during the Eighty Years' War – the mill was completely destroyed. It was rebuilt in 1587.
Eindhoven is a municipality and a city located in the Netherlands. The city has a surface of 88,84 km² and a population of over 231.000, making it the largest city of the south. Eindhoven is centrally located in Europe and easily accessible via Eindhoven Airport (or three other airports within 1,5 hour drive).
Discover our broad selection of hotspots, highlights, events and other activities to help you get to know the design capital of the Netherlands. Visit the city centre for some shopping and dining, wander through Eindhoven’s technological past and future at the Strijp-S site or explore one of the other exciting city districts. Discover Eindhoven’s vibe, both in popular hangouts and off the beaten track.