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Public transport

Public transport in Eindhoven is well organized. From Eindhoven Central station you can reach Amsterdam or The Hague (‘Den Haag') in no more than two hours. You can also catch city and regional buses from the same central station from early in the morning to late at night. Most bus stops have a display that shows how long it will be before the next bus arrives. Eindhoven also has another, revolutionary transport concept: the ‘Phileas'. This advanced bus with its own bus lane connects Eindhoven Airport with the Central Station.

Eindhoven Brainport
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Photo courtesy of Gemeente Eindhoven, Jimme de Jong


Railway stations

Eindhoven has two railway stations. Eindhoven Central links the city with the west of the Netherlands, but you can also catch a train to destinations further to the east or south. Intercity trains to destinations including Utrecht, Rotterdam, Amsterdam Schiphol and The Hague leave an average of two times an hour. At Eindhoven Beukenlaan you can catch stopping trains to Tilburg, 's-Hertogenbosch (‘Den Bosch') and other destinations. For travel information and ticket prices, go to www.ns.nl and click on ‘English'.

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