To Utrecht

By plane

Schiphol Airport:

From Schiphol airport it is a 40 minute taxi ride to Utrecht. Taxi's can be found at the official taxi point outside of the airport. More conveniently you can find a direct connection from the Schiphol airport train station to Utrecht Central station which is a 30 minute train ride. Tickets can be bought at the yellow machines in the station, at the service desk but also booked in advance on-line here.

Eindhoven Airport:

A taxi ride from Eindhoven can be a bit expensive. Most conveniently is to take the shuttle bus to Eindhoven central station from which you can take a direct train to Utrecht Central station. A combination ticket for both the shuttle bus and train ticket to Utrecht central station can be bought in advance here.

By train

With Utrecht Central Station being the largest train station in The Netherlands, one can expect many trains arriving and departing every hour. Every day, around 75 trains go between Schiphol Airport and Utrecht Central Station, just taking half an hour. Additionally, from Utrecht Central Station, one can both take domestic trains to almost anywhere in The Netherlands, while also having the opportunity to cross borders. More information regarding train fares can be found here.

In Utrecht

By bicycle

When staying in Holland, do as the Dutch. As you will see on your arrival, the people in Utrecht mainly use their bicycle as their mode of transportation. You can rent a bicycle from the Dutch railroads, the so called OV-fiets. These are available at the bicycle parking on both sides of Utrecht Central Station. For more information on reservations and prices, click here.

By Bus

Most areas in Utrecht are easily accessible by public bus. Tickets can be bought in the bus (for an extra fee) or you can buy an anonymous ov-chipcard at the train station (both valid for train and bus). For more information how to get and use an ov-chipcard, click here.

The bus stations nearest to the OUI conference location are: Janskerkhof and Domplein.