Enjoy Brabant’s winter beauty

Beautifully lit streets, attractively decorated squares and festive shop windows that invite you or someone else to indulge. A glass of wine or a mug of hot chocolate on a heated pavement cafe or inside by a nice fireplace after a walk in the beautiful Brabant countryside where winter has just arrived... What a beautiful picture! In this magazine you can read everything about enjoying the atmosphere in North Brabant this winter. Let yourself be inspired and head out!

What about the unique footpath along the Zuiderwaterlinie, all the way from Bergen op Zoom to Grave? Or combine the Winter Efteling or the Christmas Dwalerij in Tilburg’s charming streets and alleyways with a wintry walk through National Park The Loon and Drunen Dunes. Discover the province of Vincent van Gogh and visit Van Gogh Village Nuenen, where 23 locations evoke the memory of this Brabant master painter. The attractively lit Van Gogh church stands out even more in winter! And don't forget to visit the Van Gogh Roosegaarde cycle path between Nuenen and Eindhoven. Thousands of shimmering stones illuminate this path as soon as it is dark.

Let yourself be treated to culinary delights during one of the many gastronomic highlights and special winter events with which we celebrate the Month of Hospitality in December. And discover that typical Brabant Hospitality, because it really exists! You can read more about it in this magazine as well. And you can experience it for yourself in Breda during a five-course dinner at Ravanello’s inspired by facts, fables and trivia.

Come and enjoy yourself in Brabant this winter and don't forget to share your most beautiful pictures with us! #visitbrabant

Happy holidays!

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In the footsteps of Vincent van Gogh

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Enjoy the winter season in Brabant

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Walk along the Zuiderwaterlinie

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Hospitable Brabant

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Win: a complete Van Gogh package for two people

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Tips from locals

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 Eindhoven Airport.

Moerputtenbrug, 's-Hertogenbosch

Photo credits: Bas Verhoeven

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VisitBrabant Magazine is published by VisitBrabant, the marketing organisation for destinations North Brabant, Netherlands.