Getting there and around

Welcome to The Netherlands.

For your convenience please see below travel information.


Conference Center 1931
Oude Engelenseweg 1
5222 AA
’s-Hertogenbosch / Den Bosch
The Netherlands

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Getting there

International trains

Rail Europe offers the widest selection of European rail products, from rail passes to train tickets, as well as reservations and travel packages.

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International Busses

Over time, Eurolines has developed an extensive network across Europe, connecting all the major European cities as well as the more secluded areas, which are sometimes not accessible by any other form of travel.

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Coming by car and taking the boat

Stena Line has a modern fleet of 35 vessels and Europe's most comprehensive route network consisting of 20 ferry routes in Scandinavia, Ireland, UK and Latvia.

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Overview in order of travel distance with public transport from the Airport to Den Bosch Central Station.

Eindhoven Airport

(continue journey by train, 20minutes, one train)

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
(continue journey by train, 1hour, one train)

Rotterdam Airport
(continue journey by train, 1.40 hour, change trains 3 times)

Brussel Zaventum Airport
(Belgium) (continue journey by train, 2hours, change trains 1 time)

Antwerpen Airport (Belgium) 
(continue journey by bus (# 51, 52 or 53) to Central Train Station Antwerpen Berchem, than train to Den Bosch. Totaal 2,5hours, change bus/trains 2 times)

Weeze Airport (Germany)
(continue journey by airport shuttle and two trains, 2,5hours)

Buy online trainticket (when travelling from Dutch airport to Den Bosch)

Buy online trainticket in advance or at the trainstation at the airport. Use your bankcard, cash or when using creditcard, make sure you have your pincode.

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Getting around Den Bosch (‘s Hertogenbosch)

Walk the city

Only 12 minutes walking from Central Station Den Bosch to the Conference in 1931. Open the Google maps link and you can add your hotel location as well. Please notice we occasionally have some rain in The Netherlands. Don't forget your umbrella!

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Private OV (public transportation) card

The private OV-chipkaart costs 7.50 euros and remains valid for five years. Order in advance online. Apply for personal OV-chipkaart for train, bus, tram and subway. With an OV-chip account you can view your public transport travel history, for example. You can also use a number of services. You can report your OV-chipkaart lost or stolen and apply for a new card. You can also order credit or apply for automatic reloading.

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Anonymous OV (public transportation) card

The anonymous OV-chipkaart costs 7.50 euros and remains valid for five years. When traveling by train, make sure you have at least 20 euros worth of credit on your anonymous OV-chipkaart. Buy an ‘anonymous OV-chipkaart' at a point of sale at the stations or in tobacco shops.

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Rent a bike (with your personal OV card)

When your train arrives at the station, you can quickly rent an OV-fiets to cycle to your appointment. To be able to rent a public transport bicycle, you need a personal public transport chip card. You can put the OV-bicycle subscription on this for free. You can then rent an OV bicycle with your OV chip card. To use a public transport bicycle you pay € 3.85 at a time, up to 24 hours.

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