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De Bergen

De Bergen, also known as the Quartier Latin of Eindhoven, is one of the city's oldest (and perhaps coziest) districts.

De Bergen

Because this area was one of the few spared during the war, the district consists of characteristic buildings and streets. In this artistic part of town, you will find a lot of cozy cafés and restaurants, a collection of specialty stores, and (art) galleries.

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Kazerne: Home of Design

Speaking of inspirational locations! Kazerne means barracks - the building used to host the military police. They transformed the building into a true Eindhoven gem. At Kazerne, wining & dining, design, art, and technology come together. Even The New York Times is a fan!

Time for wine, dine & design

De Bergen fun facts

The name ‘De Bergen’ is actually based on the sandhills on which this pre-war district was built.

Those familiar with the Parisian neighborhood ‘Quartier Latin’ will find that with the characteristic streets and atmospheric restaurants, De Bergen is quite similar to this district.

Where else than at Mooie Boules can you play a game of petanque between main and dessert?

Wilhelmina Square was built in honor of a visit by Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Hendrik.

Agua City Spa at Wilhelmina Square is recommended by National Geographic as 'The perfect little hideaway.' The interior is done by Eindhoven designer Bob Copray.