Drunen is a town with a population of 18,216 (1 January 2017) in the municipality of Heusden in the southern Netherlands. Drunen is part of a region called the Langstraat ('long road') which is historically known for its leather and shoe industry. Since 1813, Drunen was a separate municipality, consisting of the towns Drunen, Elshout, and Giersbergen.
Restaurants in Drunen
4.5 based on 213 reviews
This is a national park, close to amusementparc de Efteling and the cities Tilburg and 's Hertogenbosch/Den Bosch. This park is like a desert, surrounded by a small forest. There are 6 main entries, and at each entry there's a restaurant and lots of parkingspace available. The "duinen" (in English it's called dunes) is a great area to walk or cycle around (there is a special cycle path) and there are tracks for mountainbiking and horsebackriding. Children can build sandcastles or treehouses, and dogs love the area, because at certain places they can run around loose. It's sort of a beach without the sea! Also great for picknicking, sunbathing, children's parties, groupgames, etc. A real popular NP in our province!
you will experiencing being in a desert when walking acros the sand dunes and plains of this area. Surrounded by treelines and moors the main attraction are the sand plains where the wind moves the sand around. During summer is can be blazing hot when the sun is being reflected and you feel like boiling. There are a number of restaurants nearby and this is a vast area. I grew up here and love the vastness
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Discover Holland's hidden gem. Efteling is a unique theme park with a fairytale atmosphere, natural surroundings and a wide range of thrilling and enchanting attractions, making it the ideal family short-break destination!
We visited with a friend from Hilversum during European Winter. They raved about how good Efteling was and we were not disappointed. We stayed all day and went on every ride available (even the kids ones hehe). They had decorated everything in a Winter theme and had a variety of attractions for all ages. My particular favourites was the Old Western rollercoaster and the speed racer rollercoaster - a must see is also the Scary House - be prepared to have your brain & senses spin out. Love it!! Highly recommend it!!! Guarantee - you won't be disappointed.
4 based on 57 reviews
Indoor trampoline park Jump XL Waalwijk, jump and exercise in the Jump XL maxi trampoline arena’s. Choose the best trampolines and the most amazing experience. If you like extreme sports or want to do some sporty jumping or are looking for an active children’s activity you will experience the best time at Jump XL Waalwijk. We don’t say this for nothing: Feel Like Flying!
During our recent visit, the boys as well as ourselves had a great time. They enjoyed fhe trampolines and we relaxed while having a coffee
4.5 based on 153 reviews
Camp Vught National Memorial (Nationaal Monument Kamp Vught ) is located on part of the former SS camp Konzentrationslager Herzogenbusch, also known as Camp Vught (January 1943 – September 1944). The combined memorial centre and museum features various Exhibitions, a memorial room and wall of reflection. The museum is spread out over several buildings and outdoor areas. A model of the camp shows the extensive size of the camp and the many buildings it included. The watchtowers, which were built a hundred meters apart, have been reconstructed. The barrack, rebuilt at half the original size, shows how the prisoners lived. The Children’s Memorial lists the names and ages of the 1,269 Jewish children who were deported in June 1943. There is also an authentic crematorium. The texts accompanying the permanent exhibition are in Dutch. However, texts for temporary Exhibitions are often translated, e.g. 'Food in war time'. Audiotour available Dutch/English/German/French (€2,50); free parking.
This attraction was extremely well presented, and represented in detail. We opted for the handheld vocal tour- well with the extra money. We spent two hours here. Emotions would depend on your attachment to the War. Modern day parallels well tied in at the end of the tour.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
What could be more Dutch than a working (flour) mill where you can enjoy bread made from grain produced in the mill? The Emmamolen (Emma Mill) in Nieuwkuijk is arguably the friendliest and prettiest windmill in the Netherlands. You can buy organic flour and baking products in its own shop while the flour is transformed into delicious bread products in the bakery – where you can also take part in workshops. The Emmamolen also has a function room and an attractive Terrace. When the weather is hot the mill attracts many cyclists, walkers, motorbike and Solex bike riders.
4 based on 36 reviews
We spend the best part of an afternoon here. For our twelve year old boys the most fun was the 8 (?!) lanes climbing in the Hugh rope courses. Most children were younger, but teenagers with ants in their pants can have very fun here. Since the website and all signs were in Dutch, it was a great surprise to us that all food, drink, sweets, icecream were included in the entry price. Just help yourself as much as you want.
5 based on 111 reviews
To celebrate the Jheronimus Bosch year, St John's Cathedral (Sint Janskathedraal) in Den Bosch has erected scaffolding to allow visitors an up-close look at the gargoyles and the flying buttresses of the Cathedral. The 96 medieval gargoyles were added as "weight" to the flying buttresses to solve some structural issues in the Gothic Cathedral. I've never been able to see the detail on a Cathedral this up-close. It's a unique experience and is only available thru October 2016.
€7 per adult allows you to climb the scaffolding and hear a brief description (spoken only in Dutch). They do provide pamphlets with descriptions of all the gargoyles. Elevator access is available for elderly and those incapable of the climb. To see both sides of the Cathedral you still need to be able to climb steps, but can see a good deal from the top of the platform if you cannot climb. They do limit the number of people in each group to go up. You must get tickets for an allocated time slot. I suggest buying tickets in advance, or going early to the church for the few tickets they hold back in reserve for purchase on the day.
5 based on 5 reviews
4.5 based on 120 reviews
We recently visited this area and were lucky enough to have a beautiful sunny day for our walk. It was glorious, made especially nice by a picturesque little restaurant in the woods, with lots of out door Seating and very reasonable prices. We didn't try the food, but the hot chocolate with rum and cream was delicious. Something the Dutch do very well.
4.5 based on 192 reviews
I must admit having been a bit apprehensive going into this place and I was pleasantly surprised. There I found myself amazed of the similarity between street organs with cardboard 'software' and looms that had there 'computer code' also in cardboard form. Amazing. Then there was the central engine with a clever system of transporting that rotating energy to other parts of the factory by way of belts on the same rotating beam. And then there are several Exhibitions of textile/fabric art.
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