Cycling route Eindhoven and surroundings
Eindhoven, Woensel, Son
Eindhoven was granted city rights in 1232. Whether most people in Eindhoven care, because Eindhoven was a city that always looked ahead rather than backwards. There are still a few buildings from before 1800, but these are mostly 'hidden' behind modern facades. Rechtestraat 14 even dates from 1600. In Eindhoven there is also the Admirant, a 105 meter high residential tower. Right next to it is the Philips Museum, on the spot where the very first incandescent lamp was made in 1891. But there are more museums that are worth a visit, such as the DAF Museum and the Van Abbemuseum. Do you cycle this route in the dark? Then you can deviate from our route and look for the Van Gogh-Roosegaarde cycle path. The path is dotted with thousands of sparkling pebbles that get energy from the sun during the day and therefore burn in the evening.
Here you can expand your route with pitstops
No pitstops added yet