One to two days are enough to take in the must-sees in Eindhoven. We recommend that you see the Church of Saint Catherine. In the heart of the city, the neo-Gothic building replaced an old church in the 13th century. The organs, the stained glass windows and the 240 feet high towers give all their splendor to Saint Catherine’s. Although the Second World War left its mark, the monument has maintained its charm. Right near your hotel, the Van Abbe Museum exhibits works of contemporary art. This outing will therefore particularly delight art enthusiasts. You will see paintings from the 20th and 21st centuries. The collections are worth seeing as much as the original buildings. Finally, go to the Philips museum. Discovering Eindhoven also means learning about another facet of its history: that of industrialization. Accessible to everyone, it traces the evolution of the light bulb business. A bright idea not to be missed!