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The Weather in Eindhoven
This is the climate diagram for Eindhoven. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 24°. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Old and new intertwine with an Eindhoven holiday home
Eindhoven is among the Netherlands' oldest cities - yet today it is known for its cutting-edge tech and design industries. Discover an exciting mixture of old and new, all within easy reach of your holiday apartment.
Churches, trucks and museums
Situated in the heart of town, St Catherine's Church dates back to 1867, and features proud neo-Gothic spires known affectionately as David and Maria. There are additionally regular classical concerts scheduled as part of the 'Music in the Catherien' series.
Motor and technology enthusiasts can enter the world of articulated lorries and trucks at the DAF Museum. See trucks from every period in the company's history, including design prototypes and specialised engines. A contemporary art gallery with a dynamic events schedule, including curator talks and tours, the Van Abbe Museum is a must-visit for art aficionados.
Great family attractions
The whole family will go wild at Speelpark de Splinter, a lovely public park. Discover Pirate Island, splash about in the swimming pool, and visit the petting zoo. You can also enjoy a picnic amid the relaxing green surroundings.
Children can travel back in time at PreHistorisch Dorp, which explores the ancient origins of Eindhoven as well as how the Romans lived, through exciting workshops and historical re-enactments. Try your hand at archery and even make your own amulet.
Architecture and markets
De Blob is one of the most striking buildings in the Netherlands. Designed by Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas, the futuristic shopping centre is an eye-catching part of the city's landscape. The space-ship shaped Evoluon is another unusual Eindhoven landmark, originally commissioned by Philips to mark the company's 75th anniversary.
If the Feelgood Market's name doesn't put a smile on your face, then the array of handmade products, tasty food options, live music and vibrant atmosphere will. As well as promoting budding design talent, this inspiring market puts emphasis on sustainability.
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