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Nice little square with bars. In direct envirment restaurants and littel shops. Boutiques. Old part of Breda

Lovely location were a lot of locals come. Nearby woods and river. Great for walks in nature... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
alphenconnell
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Breda, The Netherlands
Heart of Breda

Visited on a very nice day, so it was extremely crowded. A very nice place nevertheless, right in... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2018
Vladimir1998
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Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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“Nice little square with bars. In direct envirment restaurants and littel shops. Boutiques. Old part of Breda”
22 Apr 2018
“Heart of Breda”
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely location were a lot of locals come. Nearby woods and river. Great for walks in nature. Littel church. Near church there is in the end of the week a little market of old furniture in shop with garden.

Thank alphenconnell
Reviewed 22 April 2018

Visited on a very nice day, so it was extremely crowded. A very nice place nevertheless, right in the center of Breda. Adequate for a beer at a terrace in the sun.

Thank Vladimir1998
Reviewed 22 January 2018

Here you find several nice cafes and bistros and a very good fish restaurant Blini. Every where good service and staff

Thank Geerten W
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Originally Ginneken (16th century) was just a settlement near the Mark river. Due to the growing importance of Breda its location became more and more unique as a link between outstanding river landscape (Markvalley), forest (Mastbos) and city. The historic village square is a pleasant...More

3  Thank Robert937
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Ginneken, located South of Breda, is one of the hippiest part of the Breda. Whether you visit it at night or early morning for breakfast or just during the day for a borrel (drink), best in the good season but also in winter, you always...More

Thank Frank C
Reviewed 16 May 2017

It's closer to where I live compare to the center of Breda. When it is sunny, the place is filled with locals to drink and chat. For a tourist, it might seem to be a bit unfriendly atmosphere compare to the city center. But that's...More

Thank Shennie_Li
Reviewed 19 November 2016

A village inside a city, the best way to describe Het Ginneken, with Ginnekenmarkt at its pinnacle. A must visit for the people who like a historic centre, good food and a drink. One of my favourite places in Breda

1  Thank Hans B
Reviewed 18 November 2016

It is a stif half an hour walk from the city center of Breda to get to the Ginnekenmarkt. It is more a township with its own shops, restaurants and bars. This used to be a separate village but was annexed by Breda. Worth a...More

1  Thank WorldTravelOne
Reviewed 29 October 2016

The Ginneken markt is a very old, classis market of the old village of Ginneken. Nowadays it belongs to Breda, but you stil have the feeling of an ancient village when you are on this market. A lot of restaurants are around this market, so...More

Thank JM v
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Great place to watch the locals. Try one of the many beers on offer. Most places offer food, try the bitterballen, great.

Thank Vicky H
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Around this time of year.. (End of august) It's called 'braderie' its an amazing time of year, lots of stalls selling all sorts of things, a fun fair and parties for a few days in a row. The beer is flowing and the... More
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