industrial Spoorzone area with water in Tilburg



Tilburg is growing and upcoming. This is the city where Vincent van Gogh learned to draw. Where the province’s cult hero Guus Meeuwis has his roots. A city with its roots in the textile industry. With many hidden gems, serene city parks, and museums, this city is ready to be explored.

Thanks to Tilburg University and TIAS School for Business and Society, Tilburg has a vibrant student community. Join one of the many student associations to meet students of many nationalities.

Step out of your home and into the buzz of this medium-sized city. A city where creatives and students come together, and where you instantly feel like a local. That’s what the feeling of being home is all about, isn’t it?

Available rental homes in Tilburg


What's your type?

Our 71 rental lofts, apartments, and lofts in Tilburg are modern and ready to move in. Semi-furnished or fully furnished with everything you need, it’s your choice. Perfect to live together with your partner.

warehouse in Tilburg renovated into Pakhuis
29 Pakhuis
exterior Spoorlaan
18 Spoorlaan
exterior The Bishop
24 The Bishop

What about Tilburg

There’s no historical center like most Dutch cities have, giving way to new hotspots and creative businesses and minds. That’s Tilburg’s power. New, charismatic hoods like Piushaven and Spoorzone are hip and happening. Piushaven is an urban area where people love to play water sports, with many culinary hotspots. Spoorzone is a colorful mix where industrial heritage, creativity, and innovation come together.

Find Tilburg in Noord-Brabant, one of the southern provinces in the Netherlands. It’s medium-sized, you can cycle around the city in only 30 minutes. From its train station, you can take a bus or train to another city or village close by. Highways A58 and A65 are great to go to Eindhoven, Den Bosch, and Breda by car.


Your Tilburg

Seasoned Dutch people know Tilburg from its annual fair: Tilburgse Kermis. Nestled in Tilburg’s DNA, it’s the party of the year. But there is more to do. Living in Tilburg, you’re surrounded by hidden gems.

  • Beer cafes at every corner
    As a student city, Tilburg has many cafes and bars – of course. For beer lovers, it’s heaven. There’s a beer cafe on every corner of the city. Possibilities are endless. At Taphuys, you can tap your own beer. Other recommendations are ‘t Buitenbeentje and Kandinsky. Cheers!

  • Loonse and Drunense Duinen
    Tilburg is a city where you can escape into nature and recreation in no time. One of the best places to go is National Park Loonse and Drunense Duinen. Here, you find forests, heathland and – above all – lots of sand. It’s also called ‘Dutch Sahara’ for a good reason.

  • Efteling and Beekse Bergen
    Absolute highlight of living in Tilburg is its surrounding recreation. The best ones: Efteling and Beekse Bergen. Theme park Efteling is a fantasy-themed amusement park in Kaatsheuvel. Expect fairy tales, theme-based rollercoasters, and a stroll through a world of wonders. More excited for animals? Check out Safaripark Beekse Bergen, in Hilvarenbeek. This unique wildlife zoo is one of the largest zoos in Europe, where you can go on a bus safari or drive yourself between animals.