Around the Netherlands: Eindhoven – Den Bosch – Zeeland

189 km

From Eindhoven, we drove north to Den Bosch, or ‘s-Hertogenbosch, where we parked at the P&R Transferium Willemspoort Vlijmenseweg.
You could take the bus from there into the center, which comes regularly, but we chose the bikes, as it is that easy to cycle around in the Netherlands.
We made a boat tour through the channels of Den Bosch called the Binnendiez. Something you find only at Den Bosch, that the houses are built over the channels.
We got one of our bikes repaired, which is easy in the Netherlands, as there are bike shops everywhere.
The market place with the town house housed also many stalls with cheese, fish and fruits.
St. John’s Cathedral, was built in the height of Gothic architecture in the Netherlands. It has an extensive and richly decorated interior, a beautiful cathedral!
St. John’s Cathedral
We sampled a typical sweet dish called the Bosche Bollen, cream inside and chocolate on the outside, at one of the many cafés.
Bosche Bollen
Den Bosch or s-Hertogenbosch is a really beautiful city with a busy old center full of channels and streets with nice restaurants and shops.
Back at the caravan the parking has filled up and we left to drive west into the region called Zeeland.
We reached the Camper Park Zeeland, near Kamperland – that’s really the name of the town – where we want to stay a couple of nights.
The camper park is the best organized and comfortable place we encountered on our whole trip.
You select your parking position at the entrance at the terminal, and add all you need like power, before you drive in. It is very green with a lot of trees around and just in front is the watersport center of the Veere Meer.

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