Come and enjoy! North Brabant is ready to welcome you!
Are you keen to get outside again, now that the sun is shining again, the days are getting longer and nature is in full bloom? Enjoy sitting on a terrace with friends, head out for a picnic with the kids or go to a playground. Or just enjoy the beautiful countryside of Brabant. Head out and discover the most beautiful parts of North Brabant, by bike or on foot. We're here to inspire you!
You can discover some great parts of North Brabant on the new cycle and walking route 'Zilt, Zoet, Zalig' (Salty, Sweet, Delicious). The route doesn't just introduce you to some of the most beautiful parts of West Brabant, you'll also be able to visit all the culinary hotspots. Pure indulgence!
But what if you prefer beer? Then the La Trappe cycle route via the trappist monastery Our Lady of Koningshoeven Abbey near Tilburg is definitely worth a visit. They've brewed their own beer - La Trappe - there since 1884. The beautiful terrace in the gardens of the monastery is the perfect place to stretch your legs, and of course enjoy that well-earned beer.
Do you prefer to combine your bike ride with a little culture? Then try the Van Gogh cycle route - you'll discover all sorts of beautiful places all over Brabant, and have a chance to visit some places that inspired the world famous artist. North Brabant isn't known as Vincent's Homeland for nothing!
Prefer to plan your own route? Then you can make use of the handy cycle route network. It's easy to put together your own route using the well-signposted official intersections. By bike, on horse or on foot. From the De Loonse and Drunense Duinen National Park to the Brabantse Wal. There's so much loveliness to discover. See you soon? We're here to welcome you!
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North Brabant is located at the heart of Europe and in the centre of Benelux. It’s closer to Amsterdam, Belgium and Germany than you might think: 60 minutes! This makes it the ideal destination for a daytrip or a weekend break. Brabant, gateway to the Low Countries. Easily accessible by car and train or air via .
VisitBrabant Magazine is published by VisitBrabant, the marketing organisation for destinations North Brabant, Netherlands.