Belvédère: Where city meets nature

Belvédère is ideally located in the contemporary Paleiskwartier, only a short walk from the historic inner city of Den Bosch and boosting a stunning green area as its backyard. It’s the best of both worlds, and that’s what makes this neighbourhood so popular. Enjoy all the delights and opportunity of the city, and relax in the tranquil gardens, by theHofvijveror in the beautiful green surroundings. Naturally, you will also enjoy excellent accessibility at Belvédère – with Den Bosch Central Station on your doorstep and easy access to the A2, A59 and A65.

Everything you need nearby

From Belvédère you have easy access to the bustling centre of Den Bosch via the beautiful Paleisbrug (Palace Bridge). The city is packed with lively cafés and restaurants, trendy shops, contemporary art and historical monuments. But you can also taste the city’s unique Burgundian culture in the culinary heart of the Paleiskwartier, the Hofvijver, with its lovely outdoor cafés and popular bars. Prefer to cook your own meal? Then the luxury supermarket round the corner offers just what you need. Amenities like a pharmacist, general practices, schools and sports facilities are also close by. And naturally, there’s plenty of green space to relax, too. Explore the Westerpark, The Bossche Broek and De Gemert.

Ideal location, excellent accessibility

At Belvédère you live in a very central location. Wherever you need to be, getting there will be easy – by car and public transport. Because the Paleiskwartier is conveniently close to the ring road and A2, A59 and A65. And Den Bosch Central Station and the bus station are just a few minutes’ walk away. This means you not only have easy access to everything beautiful Den Bosch has to offer – cities like Eindhoven, Utrecht and Amsterdam are within easy reach, too.

Hotspots

The contemporary Paleiskwartier is a great area to live, and the historic city centre and surrounding nature reserves have a lot to offer, too. Explore Burgundian Den Bosch and discover the best hotspots!

St. Johns Cathedral
Discover the rich history of Den Bosch in St. Johns cathedral, landmark and pride of the city. This majestic church was built between 1370 and 1529 in late Gothic style, and is delicately decorated with statues, pointed arches, figurines and large windows. Tip: Climb the 43 m high tower and take in the spectacular views of the city and its beautiful surroundings!

Burgundian culture
Cosy bars, excellent restaurants and lively outdoor cafés. The capital of Brabant is known for its Bossche hospitality and unique Burgundian culture. The Uilenburg, the Korte Putstraatand the Parade are popular restaurant areas. But it’s definitely worth exploring other parts of the city centre, too – Den Bosch is packed with unique eating places offering culinary delights. Enjoy!

Shop till you drop
Shopping in Den Bosch is shopping in a cultural-historical ambiance. Beautiful boutiques, exclusive fashion stores and trendy concept stores. Looking for a special outfit? Discover the small alleys off the main shopping streets – intimate, authentic, and full of shopping hotspots.

The Hofvijver
It’s the culinary heart of the Paleiskwartier: the Hofvijver. Enjoy gourmet delights in one of the trendy bars or restaurants, or go for drinks in a lively outdoor café. Also here, Den Bosch’ unique Burgundian culture is all around.

Nature nearby
Whether you like to walk, ride your bike or skate, you will enjoy exploring Het Bossche Broek andDe Gemert. And getting there is easy, as both nature reserves are only a stone’s throw away from your apartment in Belvédère. Another great green area to relax: the Westerpark.

Explore the river Binnendieze
Den Bosch is known for its lively historic city centre, but have you ever explored what is hidden underneath the city? Join a boot trip, and discover the exciting waterways and magnificent fortifications of Medieval Den Bosch: the Binnendieze.

Visit the Museum Quarter
The Noordbrabants Museum and the Design Museum Den Bosch together form one of the largest cultural attractions of the Netherlands. Visit the Museum Quarter and discover the versatile range of art, cultural heritage and design, with pieces varying from contemporary to historic. There’s also a garden, lunch room, museum shop and library, which you can visit without a ticket during opening hours.