Travel & Accommodation
How to reach Eindhoven?
Eindhoven is located in the south of the Netherlands and thus in the center of Europe. Intercontinental travelers can easily reach Eindhoven by plane via Amsterdam (Netherlands) or Brussels (Belgium). European travelers can also directly travel to Eindhoven via Eindhoven airport or by train from neighboring countries.
The easiest way for international travelers to come to Eindhoven is via Amsterdam Airport. The airport is one of the biggest European airports and is connected with more than 300 international destinations.
Every 30 minutes, there is a direct train connecting Amsterdam airport and Eindhoven. Travel time for this connection is approximately 90 minutes; connections can be found here.
International travelers can reach Eindhoven also via Brussels airport. There is a train connecting Brussels airport and Eindhoven with one change at Breda railway station; travel time is approximately 2 hours.
Via Eindhoven Airport
Eindhoven can also be reached directly via its international airport. The airport offers non-daily connections to 75 mostly European destinations such as London, Rome, and Madrid. Central Eindhoven can be reached from the airport by bus in less than 30 minutes.
Although there is no direct international train connection to Eindhoven, Eindhoven can be reached within less than 90 minutes by train from most of the Dutch cities with international connections such as Rotterdam, Breda, Maastricht, Venlo, Arnhem, or Utrecht. These cities can be reached from Belgium, England, France, and Germany.
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