Practical information

About the venue


Domusdela is the location for the Nuclear Receptor Research Network meeting on Thursday 9 November 2023.

DOMUSDELA is easily accessible on foot, by public transport or by car. Once you have arrived at DOMUSDELA you can park in parking garage de Heuvel at Ten Hagestraat 6a in Eindhoven (from the garage you walk to exit 'Vestdijk', past the Hotel Pullman).

Walking from the station
Are you coming by train or bus? Get off at Eindhoven Central Station and follow the 'Centrum' exit. DOMUSDELA is a 10-minute walk from the station.

Travel by car
If you travel by car please look at the site for all the directions:



DOMUSDELA is at the heart of society. Clearly visible, because right in the heart of Eindhoven. Here you say 'yes!' to your dear. Or say goodbye to your loved one. In this house you celebrate life and you also experience that life is passing on.

Feeling of coming home

In DOMUSDELA you can show who you really are. Experience the feeling of coming home and enjoy the stillness in the garden or join us in Brasserie Rita. Stay overnight in the luxury boutique Hotel Mariënhage. Or visit a concert, lecture, reception or event at this iconic location.

Address & location

Kanaalstraat 4
5611 CT Eindhoven
Tel. 040-7601755

Routebeschrijving DOMUSDELA A4

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About Utrecht

Central to the celebration of 900 years 'Utrecht, City without Walls'. Utrecht is – just like in 1122 – at a switching point. As one of the fastest growing cities in the Netherlands, Utrecht combines its rich history with metropolitan renewal. The challenge is to remain a city without walls; open, hospitable and connected to each other. Everyone can interpret the concept of 'wall' in their own way, supported by four storylines: I am born, I grow, I live, I came to stay. Moreover, 'without walls' is more topical than ever: 1.5 meters from each other is the new standard. The distance forms a wall of sky and sometimes the walls come at us proverbially.

Utrecht is taking on this challenge with all the creativity and resilience that the city has. 900 years ago, Utrecht residents built a city wall for their protection and safety, but we also demolished it when a wall was no longer needed. We put the singel park back for it. Now, in the 21st century, Utrecht wants to live healthy together, with everyone, without walls.s.

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