Parking in Oosterhout - APCOA Parking
 
 
 
 
 

Parking in Oosterhout

In Oosterhout you can experience everything for young and old. The cozy historic center has many beautiful buildings, drinking and dining, nice shops and a beautiful city park. Oosterhout also offers many sports and cultural activities and events, both in the city center and beyond. There are many campsites, bed-and-breakfasts and hotels. In short; Oosterhout has a wide range of leisure facilities.

Parking Basiliek

Closing today: 23:00, Multistorey car park

If you are disabled, you can use special spaces
There is an emergerncy service for first aid
You can charge your electric car on special spaces in the car park
An elevator or lift is a type of vertical transportation that moves people or goods between floors (levels, decks) of a multilevel carpark.
You get a signal so you can use your phone.
Reception or similar with Apcoa people on site
A stairway, staircase, stairwell, flight of stairs, or simply stairs is a construction designed to bridge a large vertical distance by dividing it into smaller vertical distances, called steps.
There is at least one toilet available
per 20 minutes  0.50

Parking in the center of Oosterhout

The shopping heart of Oosterhout consists of the Arendshof indoor shopping center, plus a number of pedestrian shopping streets connected to it. The shopping area runs from the Schapendries (square) to the Market and to the Bouwlingplein with the Bouwling center. The shopping area not only includes the well-known national retail chains, but also many local entrepreneurs with various specialties. You will also find a unique courtyard with several small-scale shops.

There are 82 national monuments in Oosterhout. Important monuments closely related to the history of Oosterhout are the locks Huize Limburg, Brakenstein and Beveren at the Ridderstraat, the both typical and beautiful brinkplein de Heuvel with many prominent patrician houses around, the Sint Jans basilica at the Market, the monastery of St. Catharinadal (visit only by appointment) and the ruin (Slotbossetoren) of what once was the proud castle of Willem van Duvenvoorde.

APCOA manages 1 parking garage in Oosterhout, the Basiliek. Parking Basiliek is located at the Valkenstraat in the center of Oosterhout and is indicated via the parking system on the ring road of Oosterhout. The parking garage has space for 275 cars. The parking spaces are relatively wide, so that everyone can easily park here. Furthermore, good lighting, a toilet, music and range of mobile phone are provided. Theater de Bussel, Hotel Oosterhout and the restaurant area are easy to reach.