‘s-Hertogenbosch, also known as Den Bosch, is the place to be for a unique contrasts mixture: its versatile cultural-historic city centre is packed with monuments; however, you can also find contemporary art, design, and trendy shops in 's-Hertogenbosch. Inhabitants of 's-Hertogenbosch can choose to live in a Medieval house surrounded by the Binnendieze, or can opt for a more modern apartment at the Paleiskwartier. ‘s-Hertogenbosch is filled with major, national, cultural festivities, but at the same time home to small, cozy bars. Experience the sparkling Carnaval in downtown ‘s-Hertogenbosch, or enjoy open space and nature in Het Bossche Broek. No matter what your preferences are, ‘s-Hertogenbosch has it all!
Can’t decide where to go first? No worries, we have compiled a list of ten destinations you should go see while visiting ‘s-Hertogenbosch!
Are you ready to escape the hassle of 's-Hertogenbosch' city centre? Getting back to nature is easy; you are only a stone throw away from open space, nature, and relaxation in Het Bossche Broek. Next to that, Het Bossche Broek gives you a unique overview of 's-Hertogenbosch' skyline. You can even see St. Johns Cathedral.
The oldest square of 's-Hertogenbosch. Surrounded by historical buildings, restaurants, and shops, the market square is the heart of the city. De Markt is not only home to weekly markets, but also to many festivals and events. De Markt is an essential part of your trip to 's-Hertogenbosch.
De Korte Putstraat is the culinary street of the Netherlands. The area is alive with the buzz of the typical Bossche hospitality. De Korte Putstraat offers a wide array of cuisines, and the Burgundian lifestyle is extensively reflected in the ambience, historical buildings, and excellent food. Visit De Korte Putstraat for a unique dining experience.
De Parade, located at the foot of St. Johns Cathedral, is one of the most beautiful squares of 's-Hertogenbosch. Surrounded by restaurants and bars, De Parade is a perfect location for drinks and bites.
Next to 's-Hertogenbosch' Central Station, you will find a new part of the city: Het Paleiskwartier. This area provides a perfect combination between working and living. Het Paleiskwartier is connected to 's-Hertogenbosch' historical city centre via the Paleisbrug. This modern area is one of the Netherlands' architectural highlights.
The Snellestraat truly is an undiscovered highlight of 's-Hertogenbosch. Its street is packed with trendy, high-end boutiques, and lovely restaurants. All in all, the Snellestraat is indispensable while visiting 's-Hertogenbosch.
West of 's-Hertogenbosch you will find De Moerputten. De Moerputten is one of the last surviving bogs in the south of the Netherlands. With its outstanding bridge crossing the swamp, De Moerputten can be considered a fairytale for hikers.
Everyone in 's-Hertogenbosch knows the Jeroen Bosch Garden. The park can be visited for free during opening hours and functions as a quiet, green oasis in a hectic city centre. Stop by and take a relaxing break in this beautiful garden.
A new dynamic society will be formed at the former De Heus factory ground: De Tramkade. This will be a social, cultural, and economical hotspot with an international air. De Tramkade will developed over the next ten years.
De Uilenburg is the melting pot of 's-Hertogenbosch. The city's rich history is reflected in this area, which is combined with excellent hospitality. De Uilenburg is an authentic part of 's-Hertogenbosch and gives you a one-of-a-kind experience while sipping on your drink.