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    Breda Begijnhof

    Begijnhof, Breda

    Visit the Begijnhof of Breda, a peaceful oasis in the heart of the city. It's perfect for a leisurely walk in all tranquility.

    Breda Kanaal

    Cruise the canals

    You can also explore the city's history and sights by boat. It is a fun and pleasant way to discover Breda!

    Flights to Breda

    Have you heard of Breda? Built on a network of canals, this small city has a welcoming, bustling feel and is the perfect destination for a long weekend. There’s plenty to do in this city in southern Holland: visit monuments dating back to the Nassau era, the ancestors of the current royal family, go shopping, enjoy the endless cafés, hike in the forest or relax on a boat trip.

    Fly + ride to Breda with Brussels Airlines today to discover this unique city break destination for yourself.

    What to do in Breda?

    1. Go shopping: the stunning historic centre is a paradise for shoppers, with large chains and small, independent boutiques. Highlights include Sint Annastraat with its small craft shops in beautiful old buildings and Ginnenkenstraat, Eindstraat, Karrestraat and Torenstraat, home to large chains. Breda also has a shopping centre called De Barones which is perfect for rainy days. The good news is that it’s open 7 days a week.
    2. A visit to Breda Castle: this former fortress in the north of the city was transformed by William III of Orange. It was the first Renaissance-style castle (outside Italy) to be built in Europe. It’s now occupied by the Royal Military Academy and can only be visited on a guided tour organised by the city’s tourist office. You can also explore its grounds.
    3. The Church of Our Lady or Grote Kerk is a Protestant church, built in a Gothic style on the Grote Markt in the city centre. It’s Breda’s most famous monument and its 97-metre tower offers breathtaking views of the city.
    4. Fans of culture will love the Stedelijk Museum Breda, formerly the National Museum of Visual Culture. It focuses on film, design, photography, fashion, visual arts, architecture, science, and gaming in the Netherlands, from 1890 to the modern day. In addition to its exhibitions, the museum also organises guided tours and workshops.
    5. You can also explore Breda by boat. Open-topped boats travel the length of the city’s canals.
    6. Breda is home to plenty of cafés and terraces. Some of the most famous include Café de Bommel, a pub with a friendly feel, De Beyerd, a world-renowned beer bar, Café Bruxelles, where you can dance the night away on Thursdays and at the weekend, Zeezicht, which serves food, and Parc, a stylish address on the Grote Markt.
    7. The Mastbos forest, dating back to 1505, lies to the south of Breda. Its lakes, fauna and flora make it an ideal hiking destination. The restaurant Huis den Deijl is the perfect place for a drink or a bite to eat.
    8. Breda’s Begijnhof Museum is a haven of tranquillity in the city centre, made up of 29 houses and a small church. A medicinal plant garden lies in the middle of these houses. This place, which was founded in 1267, used to welcome beguins, pious Catholic women.

    Practical information for you trip to Breda

    • Brussels Airlines offers you the possibility to travel between a selection of destinations and Breda via Brussels Airport. With only one booking, you can combine your Brussels Airlines operated flight with a train journey on the InterCity Brussels-Amsterdam, taking you straight to the city centre of Breda.
    • Current local time in Breda:  
    • Currency: Euro
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The country dialling code is +31. Wi-Fi is widely available.
    • Electric sockets:Type F, 230 V/50 Hz. Visitors from the UK or the US will need an adapter.
    • Travel information: The Netherlands is a full Schengen member. Non-EU citizens need a valid passport with at least 6 remaining valid months. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website:
    • Vaccination: No vaccinations are required to enter the Netherlands. For more health information, consult

    Dos and Don'ts in Breda

    • Information leaflets and excellent maps of Breda are available from the city’s tourist office on Willemstraat.
    • Cycling is the most used mode of transportation for locals. And for good reason, the city is flat and full of bicycle tracks. You can rent bikes at most hotels. Your holiday in Breda will not be complete without a bike ride!
    • Breda also has a public transport network. You’ll find tickets at cigarette kiosks and post offices. You can even buy tickets directly from the driver.

    Local phrases and essential vocabulary

    • Good morning: Goedemorgen
    • Good evening: Goedenavond
    • Hello: Hallo
    • Bye: Daag/Doei
    • Please: Alstublieft
    • Thank you: Dank u wel
    • You're welcome: Graag gedaan
    • Sorry/Excuse me: Sorry
    • Yes: Ja
    • No: Nee
    • How are you?: Hoe gaat het met u?
    • My name is...: Ik heet...
    • Nice to meet you: Aangenaam (keenis te maken)
    • I would like...: Ik wil graag
    • Do you speak English: Spreekt u Engels?
    • Where is the...?: Waar is de...?

    Cultural events in Breda

    • An event which is unique to Breda is held during the first weekend of September: Roodharigendag or Redhead Day. For two days, visitors can attend colourful parades, concerts, conferences and seminars.
    • A three-day hot air balloon festival is held every year in August in Rietdijk, a suburb of Breda. The aim is to have the most creative and the most original balloon.
    • Breda Jazz Festival was first held in 1971. It begins on Ascension Day in the Grote Markt, lasts four days and features different styles of jazz.

    When to go to Breda?

    The Netherlands has a temperate climate but the weather can change quickly during the day. May is the ideal time to go: it’s the driest month and the city’s flowers are all in bloom.

    Autumn is another good time to visit, especially for walks along the canals. It’s an enjoyable alternative to the winter cold and the summer storms.

    What to eat in Breda?

    You won’t want to miss out on local products including chocolate and cheese (Edam, Gouda, Maasdam). But take advantage of your city break to Breda to try some of its other culinary specialities too:

    • Raw herring served with onions and pickles
    • Smoked eel
    • Mussels
    • Hutspot: a dish made with mashed potatoes, carrots and onions
    • Hot sandwiches

    A few recommended restaurants: De Stadstuin, Restaurant Zuyd, Restaurant Chocolat, Wolfslaar and Bistro Sharlot.

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