London Stansted will be your airport of departure for your flight from London to Eindhoven. Stansted is easily accessible via taxi, bus and train, parking facilities are also available. Ryanair is the sole airline currently offering direct flights from London to Eindhoven, these flights take just 1 hour and 5 minutes to reach its final destination. Note that indirect flights are unavailable. Due to Ryanair being the sole flight provider, you are sure to find a cheap flight from London to Eindhoven.Your flight will land at Eindhoven Airport, which is located just over 3 miles outside the city itself. There are several options for onward travel to the city centre and beyond. There is a reliable and efficient airport shuttle bus service between the airport and the city's main train station. Alternatively, a bus runs directly from the airport every 10 minutes taking you swiftly to the city's main bus station.
To travel between London and Eindhoven at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Eindhoven flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Eindhoven flights by departure date.
The Van Abbemuseum has one of most impressive collections of modern and contemporary art in the Netherlands. The museum was the completely renovated in the early 21st Century and reopened its doors in January 2003. The museum has an outstanding collection including works by Picasso, Chagall and Kandinsky.2 DAF Museum
In this museum, you can learn about the history of DAF vehicles, with designs from 1928 to the present day. The collection includes an extraordinary number of trucks, cars and DAF related memorabilia. The museum is a treat for classic car enthusiasts and engineers, and has interesting things to see for all the family.3 The Evoluon
The Evoluon is a building that resembles the classic image of a UFO. The building was originally built in 1966 in a futuristic design to celebrate the 75 year anniversary of Philips. In subsequent years the building became a technology museum, until its closure in the 1980's. Though it is currently closed, it makes for a great photograph.4 Ton Smits House
This house is the former studio and residence of the celebrated Dutch cartoonist Ton Smits. The renowned artist drew many sketches for magazines around the world including The New Yorker. Ton Smits lived and worked at this house in the city from 1957 until 1981, producing timeless cartoons during the genre's golden age. This open air museum allows visitors to travel back into the city's colourful history. The museum is a very enjoyable family day out with numerous activities for the children to try, especially at weekends. The Open Air Museum boasts a reconstruction of an Iron Age village, a farm from the year 1000, and an incredible medieval town.5 Historic Open Air Museum