As far as transport is concerned, ‘s-Hertogenbosch is a major hub in The Netherlands. It is easily accessible by car, public transport and even by bicycle.
The airport closest to ‘s-Hertogenbosch is Eindhoven Airport. Two buses (bus 400 and bus 401) provide a rapid connection (20 minutes one-way) between the airport and Eindhoven Central Station, the train station. Eindhoven Central Station is well-connected to ‘s-Hertogenbosch Central Station by train (roughly 20 minutes).
Participants flying into Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam) will easily find their way to ‘s-Hertogenbosch by train without having to transfer trains. Please find more information on how to travel from Schiphol Airport and back to the airport.
‘s-Hertogenbosch has three train stations: ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Central Station), ‘s-Hertogenbosch Oost and Rosmalen. Due to its central location in The Netherlands, the city facilitates around 40.000 travellers every day.
The Central Station is well-connected to the Dutch railway system in practically every direction, including Schiphol Airport and major cities such as Amsterdam, Utrecht, Eindhoven, Nijmegen and Maastricht.
‘s-Hertogenbosch has a free inner city bus that drops passengers off and picks passengers up at fixed stops. It is daily available between 09:00 and 19:00 hours and drives through the city centre every fifteen minutes. Moreover, the bus and its stops are easy to recognise.
Way to the venue
The easiest way to get to the venue is by taking bus 6 (direction: Empel) from ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Central Station) to bus stop Burg. Godschalxstraat (the stop after ‘De Morgen’). The bus ride will take roughly fifteen minutes and it is a two-minute walk from the bus stop to the venue.
Public transport fares
OV-chipkaart (prepaid card)
The easiest and most convenient way to get around by public transportation is with the so-called ‘OV chipkaart’, a rechargeable prepaid card for checking in and out. Click here to learn more about this card and here to find out where you can purchase one. To learn how to travel with an OV-chipkaart, please visit this page.
You can also purchase separate (one-way, return or day) tickets for buses and trams with the bus or tram driver. At train stations, you can also purchase (one-way, return or day) tickets at a vending machine or counter.
Public transport planner
You can easily plan your journey in advance with a journey planner:
Both journey planners also have applications for smartphones available.
Other modes of transport
Within ‘s-Hertogenbosch, one easily gets around on foot, by bus or by taxi. The city is also well-adapted to bicycles, as its network of bike paths makes it easy to get to various destinations and there are several free indoor bicycle storages.