Transport

Transport

How to get here

The nearest airport to Utrecht is Schiphol Amsterdam.

There is a regular Intercity rail service from Schiphol Airport to Utrecht Central which first makes stops at Amsterdam Zuid and Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena. The Schiphol-Utrecht journey takes just over 30 minutes and costs €10.40 for a one-way paper ticket. You can look up train times and buy tickets in advance at ns.nl/en.

How to get around
Bike

The easiest and most common way of getting around in Utrecht is by bike. You can rent a bike for €8 per day at the Tourist Information Office, located at Domplein 9. If you would like to store your bike in a safe place there are various indoor cycle sheds. Most of the time it’s free!

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Bus or Tram

The inner city of Utrecht is best reached by public transport. You simply take the tram, bus, (train) taxi. City buses are entering the centre from all directions and an extensive network of city buses ensures that every district is easily accessible.

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Regional Pass

The TripKey is a hospitality card from Utrecht and the Region with which the international traveller can make use of all forms of public transport (train, bus, tram, metro or OV-bike) in the Netherlands and has access to interesting destinations in Utrecht and the Region.

You can order it online and pick it up at the Tourist Office.

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