Den Bosch is an excellent place to live. It is a city where old meets new. The city’s lively historic city centre is known for the St. John’s Cathedral, but also for its many cafés, pubs and boutiques. Creative initiatives have sprouted up at the Tramkade and in the Spoorzone, which is being developed into an area where living and working is mixed.
If you are looking for peace and quiet, you can roam one of the nature reserves right on the edge of the city centre. And only ten minutes of cycling bring you to different parks or nature reserves in and around the city, such as the “Gement” or the “Kanaalpark”. The advantages of city and rural life come together in Den Bosch.
The ideal place to start the day with a run. The advantages of city and rural life come together in Den Bosch.
From anywhere in the city to nature reserve in less than 15 minutes. Always access to peace and quiet.
4 times in a row Den Bosch has been awarded as most welcoming city of the Netherlands. The survey was conducted among the 21 largest cities.
Den Bosch is well-known for carnival. Originally a Roman Catholic festival. According to tradition, the festival lasts from Sunday to Tuesday evening, prior to Ash Wednesday.