How to Reach Eindhoven


  • By Air: Eindhoven Airport provides connectivity to countries like Greece, Spain, France, Portugal etc. There are flights to Eindhoven available from Krakow, Lisbon, Belgrade, Bologna, Naples, Marrakesh, Ibiza, Sofia, Budapest, Sevilla etc. You can get to the main city by Bus 400 that will drop you off at Eindhoven station. The bus leaves every ten minutes from the airport. Another option is to take an Air Express Bus that connects the airport to various locations in Eindhoven. Taxis are available too. You can also come to Eindhoven from the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
  • By Rail: Eindhoven Central Station is accessible from cities like Rotterdam and Tilburg in Germany, and national cities like Zandaam, Maastricht, Amsterdam, Helmond, etc. You can travel to Eindhoven from the Schiphol Airport via train. Regional trains check into the Eindhoven Beukenlaan station in the city.
  • By Road: Express bus lines connect Eindhoven to Helmond, Hertogenbosch, Weert etc. The road is a good option for those who want to explore the rural side of the Netherlands.


  • By Bus: The main bus station in Eindhoven is located on the north end of the Central Station. Buses provide connectivity to all major places in the city.
  • By Taxi: Taxis are available freely close to the bus station and airport. However, this is a slightly expensive option for commuting.
  • By Car: Cars are available for rent at the Europcar office near the train station. Parking is easily available at various spots in the city.
  • By Bicycle: This is the best way to explore Eindhoven. Bicycles can be rented at the train station. There is plenty of parking space for bicycles at various points in the city. However, make sure you lock your bike securely before leaving it.
  • On Foot: Eindhoven is easily negotiable on foot. The town is small and has plenty of facilities for pedestrians. Many people here prefer walking to using the public transport.