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Den Bosch

'S-Hertogenbosch is the official name of the city. In everyday language, used mostly Den Bosch. That means "the forest of the Duke." In 1185 the Duke granted town privileges and associated trading privileges. The oldest place in the heart of 's-Hertogenbosch is the triangular market. Within the city walls has s-Hertogenbosch largely retained its medieval structure. The late Gothic St. John's Cathedral, the classical city hall and the oldest brick house 'The Moor' recall bygone days. Like the many winding, staggered streets with warehouses and merchants' houses. Also located here is the Hieronymus Bosch Art Centre and the Noordbrabants Museum, with changing exhibitions.
The many guarded bicycle parking are free. The historic downtown is a beautiful backdrop for a day of shopping and consuming the unique Bossche Bol.
Boating on the Binnendieze (the collective name for the ancient system of all watercourses within the walls of 's-Hertogenbosch), which was dug between 1822 and 1826 is a unique experience. Discover through this tour on a characteristic open boat the beauty of 's-Hertogenbosch. You can sail from April to October.

Bossche Broek

The Bossche Broek is a swamp area of ​​202 ha southeast of 's-Hertogenbosch. It is one of the few bits of nature near the centre of the city.
In the 40s of the twentieth century, the municipality plans to build on the area. After World War II there was a plan to the Municipal Theatre, the current Theater aan de Parade, to build here. In 1954 the city council of the city, partly at the urging of the municipality of Vught, decided to leave the area as it was.
The area is' back to nature 'in the future with the intention that it is a swamp again, as it was during the Siege of' s-Hertogenbosch in 1629.


The Moerputten is a nature reserve in the Dutch province of North Brabant, near 's-Hertogenbosch. The 118-hectare site is part of the Natura 2000 areas and is managed by the Forestry Commission. It is one of the few remaining peat bogs south of the great rivers. The park is enclosed by the polders Gement, Honderdmorgen and Rijskampen (Vught), the Bossche Kruiskamp and Deuteren and Vlijmen.


The fortified city of Heusden has completely restored fortifications and 134 buildings on the Monument. The town has grown up around one of the oldest water castles in Northwest Europe and was one of the first Dutch cities was surrounded by a wall.
In the characteristic old streets and narrow alleys can always discover numerous ancient, well-preserved buildings with beautiful facades and bricks. On top of the high ramparts look down on one side of the picturesque town while you are on the other side overlooking the river Maas Bergsche.

Loonse and Drunense Dunes

In the south of the city lie the beautiful Loonse and Drunense Dunes. An area of ​​over 3,500 hectares. The shifting sand dunes in this area 10,000 years ago and have evolved into an interplay of natural processes and human activities. In the 18th century they started to curbing the shifting sands by planting pines and marram grass.


There once was a Fairytale ... it became a World of Wonders. Efteling shines like never before and has existed for over 60 years! You will experience daily the sensational show Aquanura: the biggest water show in Europe! Experience the magic that fairytales and attractions come to life: a spectacle of water, light and fire. A brilliant ending of a fairy-tale Efteling day.

Camp Vught

Camp Vught was one of three German concentration camps in the Netherlands during World War II. Camp Vught was in Vught near the recreational lake Iron Man. The last authentic, restored barracks of former camp Vught is open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 to 17:00.
The Brabanthallen 's-Hertogenbosch is a big event in Den Bosch complex, which hosts several annual exhibitions, conferences, concerts and other large gatherings. For the agenda, see:


4 km away is a beautiful golf course. In addition to a beautiful 18 hole course, BurgGolf Haverleij Den Bosch also has an exciting and challenging 9 hole par - 3 course.
Wherever the golfer without GVB is welcome. The golf course is located in the Haverleij plan, which means it is located amid residential castles.

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