The marvellous armada of wonderful vessels and objects passes the audience over the Dommel River – from the Willemsplein to the Citadel.
Click here for a map of the Bosch Parade route.
The sailing parade does three separate tours over the Dommel River: on Friday evening June the 21st at 20:00; on Saturday evening the 22nd at 20:00 – and on Sunday the afternoon the 23rd at 15:00 hours. Bosch Parade starts near the Willemsplein. Depending on wind and currents, the parade is expected to pass the Wilhelminabridge approx. 20-30 minutes after its departure. The parade will reach the citadel some 45-60 minutes later.
The stands are on the banks of the Dommel. The St. John stand is on the scaffolding of the Bolwerk (Westwal side) and the Maria stand next to the Maria bridge opposite the JADS (Van der Does de Willeboissingel side).
Access by public transport
You can easily reach Bosch Parade by public transport. The Wilhelminabridge, which Bosch Parade passes, lies less than 200 meters from ‘s-Hertogenbosch’ central train station. Please consult the NS route planner for up-to-date info on your journey.
Access by bicycle
You can easily reach the heart of town by bike. The nearest guarded bicycle parking lies underneath the stationsplein right in front of ‘s-Hertogenbosch central station’s main exit. The entrance to the bicycle parking itself lies inside the modern fountain on the taxi roundabout. From there, the Bosch Parade is less than a 5 minute walk.
Access by car
From the A2, A65 or A59 highways you can enter the ‘s-Hertogenbosch ring motorway. There, signs will indicate your exit to the various P+R transfer stations and car parks. Would you like to know where to park and how to reach Bosch Parade from there? Please go to the city’s parking information on the ‘s-Hertogenbosch municipal website.