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North Brabant in the Netherlands is a lesser-known treasure. What better way to explore its pinnacle, Breda, than with a stay at a Premiere Classe hotel?

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Low cost hotel in Breda - 5 km from downtown
Average rating of 2.5 based on 103 reviews 103 reviews View on the map
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Hotel Première Classe Hotel Breda Welcomes You   A few kilometers east of the city center and close to highways N28 (...) see hotel description

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Campanile Hotel & Restaurant Breda is on the edge of the historic centre of Breda, a good shopping destination which also offe (...) See hotel description

Breda’s name derives from the confluence of the rivers Aa and Mark. Sitting in North Brabant, at the very south of the Netherlands, the city has a unique charm, which is particularly noticeable in the city centre. In 1252 the city gained its municipal rights and at the beginning of the 14th century was walled in. The streets surrounding the city were laid in an oval shape, common in old fortified cities.

Breda has the relaxed atmosphere common to the country’s southern cities: the Burgundian way of life. The city offers plenty of outdoor cafés, culture and nightlife. As the city hosts the academy of arts, young creative minds are in abudance. From the compact centre it’s a relatively short distance to the nature reserve Mastbos, which boasts lakes, heathlands and birds aplenty. So for architecture and nature alike, this is a great location to get away to.

A two-day break
Two days could be split between the city and the surrounding countryside. Dine alfresco in one of the quirky cafés, in between admiring the glorious architecture of the gothic cathedral Grote Kerk, the Castle of Breda and the oldest ‘beguinage’ in the Netherlands. Head to the Landgoed Wolfslaar for dinner, before spending the second day exploring the Mastbos nature reserve. The Premiere Classe Breda hotel is perfectly positioned for exploration on foot.

A week-long stay
A week is the perfect time frame for a relaxing stay in this cultural haven. Ramble around the city center, which contains both old buildings and relics of the singels, or moats. Visit the many museums in the city and the lesser-known wonders it has to offer. Bouvigne Castle and its gardens on the edge of the Mastbos are well worth a visit. Just an hour or so away, why not take a day-trip to Amsterdam.

A family holiday
Breda has lots to offer families. The Premier Classe Breda hotel is perfectly situated for a visit to the popular theme park De Efteling, which offers a great day out for all ages. The city is also a great place to explore on bike, being full of bike lanes and small enough to take in on two wheels. Bicycles can be rented from the Central Station or at the city bus station.

Breda is accessible by train and has two railway stations. Numerous national bus lines also stop at the Breda Central Bus Station. It doesn’t have an airport but there are good connections to Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Eindhoven. Cycling and walking are popular ways of getting around, but there are bus stations and car rentals available.

Dutch cuisine has been enriched by many foreign flavors. Early Persian and Arab influences were the result of trading and Roman, French and Spanish influences occurred because of various conquests. More recently, the Netherlands has seen an influx of inhabitants from former colonies as well as from Turkey and Morocco, leading to a great fusion.


Redheadday is a festival which occurs every first weekend of September. The two-day festival is a gathering of people with naturally red hair, but it also focuses on art associated with the colour red. Activities during the festival include lectures, workshops and demonstrations. The free festival attracts people from 20 countries.

Interesting fact

Elvis Presley’s manager Thomas Parker was born in Breda as Andreas Cornelius van Kuijk. Breda is also home to Tiësto, an international trance music artist. The title of his track Zero 76, featuring DJ Hardwell, is derived from the city's dialing code.

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