P.O. Box 9022
3506 GA Utrecht
3513 EV Utrecht
T +31 (0) 30 231 34 31
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By Public Transport
Departing from Amsterdam Airport (Schiphol) or Amsterdam Central Station
From Amsterdam Schiphol you go to ground level by escalator, to the platform at which trains leave for Utrecht,'s Hertogenbosch, Eindhoven, Maastricht or Arnhem/Nijmegen. (*40 minutes to Utrecht Central Station).
From Amsterdam Central Station trains regularly leave every quarter of an hour in the direction of Utrecht. (*30 minutes to Utrecht Central Station)
Arriving at Utrecht Central Station
Go to the central hall (on the first floor) and head for the Centre of Utrecht. Since Utrecht Central Station is a huge building site with constantly changing routes, we advise not to go on foot to Oudenoord, but to take a bus or taxi.
1. By taxi. In order to reach the taxi-rank on ground level you walk straight on, take the passageway on your right, go down the stairs and walk straight to the taxi-rank.
2. By bus. Go to ground level (and further see above *), take bus 6, 9, 16 or 36 (destination Overvecht (ask the driver to avoid going in the wrong direction!). The bus stop 'Oudenoord' is after a five minutes’ drive opposite the Rutgers office.
3. On foot. Since Utrecht Central Station is a huge building site with constantly changing routes, you are advised not to walk to Oudenoord, but to take a bus or taxi. However, if you are confident you will be able to find your way, go to the Centre of Utrecht, pass the Concert Hall Tivoli/Vredenburg. At the next traffic lights (Apollo hotel on the right hand corner) turn to the left into the Jacobsstraat and walk for about 700 yards (passing traffic lights and a bridge over a canal ) till you come to Oudenoord. The office of Rutgers is on your left (15 minutes).
Our office has free parking space at the back of the building. Pay & Display parking space is at the front of the building and in the car park of La Vie in Jacobsstraat, near the Apollo Hotel.
Plan your route with the help of Google Maps: https://maps.google.com/
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