Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Breda1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Breda with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Breda areaThis Breda map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
City tours, excursions and tickets in Breda and surroundings
Netherlands - moving around the countryThere are only 6 airports in the Netherlands. The central airport of the country is Schiphol. It is one of the ten largest and best airports in the world. It meets all modern requirements and norms. It has a lot of boutiques with branded clothes and accessories, restaurants, cafeterias, and snack bars. Before entering passport control, tourists can return VAT for the purchases made. More recently, a branch of the National Museum was opened on the territory of the airport. The facility itself is very compact, and the staff is polite and sociable. The most comfortable environment for foreign tourists is created here. You can get to the capital by train in 15 minutes. … Open
Nature and parks of NetherlandsThe lush flora is typical for the Netherlands. The most popular tulips, roses, and lilies in the world grow here. All these plants are actively used in the landscape design of parks and gardens. Artificial lakes and canals are set there too. This only emphasizes an important feature of the country - the landscape is really artificial. A vivid example of garden art is the landscape of the castle of Het Loo. It's not just beautiful plants growing around the fortress. The landscape here here is a real piece of art. Gardens combine elements of baroque and classicism; there are oak and pyramidal yew alleys. Adorable patterns are created of plants. … Open
Photogallery of Breda sights
Our guide to Breda
Breda is a small town and a motherland of the great artist Diego Velasquez. Even years this town was known as a large center of food industry though for many, this place was traditionally popular as a tourist resort. The key for this lays in the fact there are simply no large and modern megalopolises in the Netherlands, so Breda is considered one of the coziest and most picturesque old towns in the country. This … Open
Cultural excursion through Breda - things to see
All fans of art will find it incredibly interesting to attend the Stedelijk Museum Breda that was formerly famous under another name, the Museum of the Image. It is a gorgeous place dedicated to different forms of visual culture – design, fashion, film, architecture, photography, visual arts, and even gaming and science. The museum enjoys a truly prime location in one of the oldest buildings in the whole city. … Open
Attractions and active leisure
The Chasse Theater is one more venue that is very interesting to attend. The largest theater in the Netherlands has something to offers for visitors of all ages. The theatre provides its stage to experimental plays and all-time classics, modern musicals, and performances for children. There is a cinema that specializes in art house films. Finally, three restaurants with global cuisine will never let you stay … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
Breda is rich in restaurants that will please even the most discerning foodies. The city garden remains as one of the most popular dining venues in the city. It has a fantastic location in the inner court of a beautiful mansion. The menu mostly contains classy dishes with a hint of modern traditions. Many locals and guests of the city visit this restaurant to enjoy the main course dish and then head to the … Open
Traditions and mentality of Breda
Breda never ceases to conquer hearts of tourists with its hospitable and cozy atmosphere. Local people are friendly and easy-going. They have a positive outlook on life, and their unusual holidays and celebrations are just another proof of that. For example, on the first weekend of September, a very unusual festival takes place in Breda – Roodharigendag or the festival of red-haired people. It is a wonderful and … Open
Travel guide to Breda
Among the religious sites, the chapel of St. Just deserves special attention. This oldest chapel in the city and one of the oldest in the region was built in 1436. The locals named this miniature chapel in honour of St. Just, who is considered a defender from diseases. The history of the religious monument is full of interesting events. In 1637 the chapel was turned into a warehouse, and later it housed military … Open