The fifth largest city in Netherlands, Eindhoven is the home of Philips, where the company was founded in 1891. The High Tech Campus spread over an area of 103 hectares is a hub for innovative high technology companies in the areas of Personal Health & Wellbeing, Smart Environments, Microsystems Medicine and Personal Entertainment.
The Strip is both stimulating and inspiring.
Modern spatial architecture sets the tone for open communication, while high-tech design is a catalyst for creative thinking. To take a virtual tour around The Strip, click the links below.
Reception Area & Cafe
Grand Cafe Lounge
Restaurant a la carte
Access to Eindhoven
Eindhoven is easily accessed by train, air and road.
The Eindhoven airport is easily accessed by public transport (a 20 minute bus ride from the city centre). The airport is connected with direct flights to London, Barcelona, Rome, Budapest, Dublin, Stockholm etc.
For more information on flight connections to and from Eindhoven, visit www.eindhovenairport.com.
Alternative international airports in and around Eindhoven are Amsterdam Schipol (Netherlands), Duesseldorf (Germany), Koln/Bonn (Germany), Antwerp (Belgium).
Eindhoven's central train station lies in the city centre and has regular train connections to major cities such as Amsterdam, Cologne/ Bonn, Brussels etc. It is possible to take a train from Amsterdam Schipol Airport to Eindhoven, approximately a 1.30 hour journey.
For train times and journey planner, visit http://www.ns.nl/.
Eindhoven is well connected to the main highways. Distance by road from some major cities is:
Amsterdam, Netherlands 125 kms
Antwerp, Netherlands 80 kms
Brussels, Beligum 135 kms
Cologne, Germany 150 kms
Duesseldof, Germany 110 kms
Paris, France 440 kms