5x Fall Walks in Eindhoven
With the occasional rays of sunshine, wild mushrooms, and of course, the colored leaves, fall turns familiar landscapes into surprising sceneries. From forest to heathland, these are our tips for a fall walk with Eindhoven as a backdrop.
An ideal spot for a walk is Stadswandelpark. Nature here is alternated with numerous sights. The dozens of outdoor sculptures, the public Dr. A.F. Philips Observatory, and de Park Theater. In addition, the surrounding greenery, including Dommelplantsoen, Lex en Edo Hornemannplantsoen, and Anne Frankplantsoen, offers plenty of opportunities for an extensive walk.
Canal Zone (Kanaalzone)
Not quite at home in the Canal Zone yet? An unconventional fall walk will change that. If you walk from the station through the Dommelstraat in the direction of the NRE site, you'll pass beautiful trees and spot Huize de Laak. fall shows a totally different side of the villa. Walk across the NRE site, past both the Cyklist and Fifth NRE. Continue your walk along the Eindhovens Kanaal, where you will encounter nature in the form of three green islands. And be sure to spot the other highlights of this up-and-coming district.
Philips de Jonghpark
When visiting Strijp-S, a walk in the Philips de Jonghpark is highly recommended. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a colorful play of leaves and to spot wild mushrooms. You might even spot a player of PSV. The Eindhoven soccer club regularly trains at sports complex de Herdgang. Finish up this walk in the woods with a visit to internationally renowned designer Piet Hein Eek at Strijp-R.
Enjoy a nice Fall Walk in Eindhoven!
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