The stadiums in The Hague, Apeldoorn, Rotterdam and Utrecht are all located in the city centres. Visitors are therefore advised to travel to the European Championship by public transport. All stadiums are quickly and easily accessible by train, tram, metro or bus. For the latest travel information, visit www.9292.nl.
The Hague, Sports Campus Zuiderpark The European Championship stadium in The Hague is located at Sports Campus Zuiderpark. The sports campus can be quickly and easily reached by either public or private transport.
Due to limited parking facilities around the Zuiderpark, visitors are advised to come by public transport. Anyone choosing to travel with their own vehicle can enter the following address in their navigation: Sportpark Zuiderpark, The Hague.
More information about public transport in The Hague: www.htm.nl.
Apeldoorn, Martkplein The stadium in Apeldoorn is just a ten minute walk from Apeldoorn Central Station. It can also be reached by bus from the station.
For those travelling to Apeldoorn by car, two options are advised: The parking garage under Marktplein - Deventerstraat 16; or P1 - Beekstraat 3.
By car Address SS Rotterdam: 3e Katendrechtsehoofd 25, 3072 AM Rotterdam
The Maastunnel will be closed until the summer of 2019 in the direction North to South.
From Breda (A16) 1. Exit the A16 at exit Feijenoord (exit number 24). 2. Keep left at the exit Feijenoord, and follow the John F. Kennedyweg after the traffic lights (this road changes in the Stadionweg) 3. Then follow Feijenoord, and then Kop van Zuid once. 4. Follow the signs ss Rotterdam.
From Europoort (A15) 1. Exit the A15 at exit Zuidplein/Ahoy (exit number 19a). 2. Drive down the Vaanweg and follow Zuidplein/Ahoy. 3. Follow Erasmusbrug/ss Rotterdam. 4. Follow the signs ss Rotterdam.
From Den Haag (A13) 1. Exit the A13 at the Kleinpolderplein junction, to the A20 towards Dordrecht. 2. Exit the A20 at the exit Centrum (exit number 14). 3. Follow the Schieweg, continue straight ahead, across the Hofplein, to and across the Erasmus bridge. Before the Erasmus bridge, you will see the signs ss Rotterdam. 4. Follow the signs ss Rotterdam, a route through the city.
The alternative is to drive via the A20 (direction Dordrecht) and the A16, or via the A20 (direction Hoek van Holland), the A4 (Benelux tunnel) and the A15.
From Utrecht (A12) 1. At Gouda, take the A20 towards Rotterdam. 2. At Capelle aan den IJssel take the A16 towards Dordrecht. 3. Keep right and exit at the exit Centum (exit number 25). 4. Continue straight across the Abram van Rijckevorselweg/Maasboulevard/Boompjes until you see the Erasmus bridge, turn left and drive over the Erasmus bridge. 5. On the Erasmus bridge, you’ll see the signs ss Rotterdam. 6. Continue following the signs ss Rotterdam.
Alternative up from point 3: 3. Keep right and drive over the Van Brienenoord bridge. 4. Exit the A16 at exit Feijenoord (exit number 24), after the Van Brienenoord bridge. 5. Keep left at the exit Feijenoord, and follow the John F. Kennedyweg after the traffic lights (this road changes in the Stadionweg) 6. Then follow Feijenoord, and then Kop van Zuid once. 7. Follow the signs ss Rotterdam.
By public transport from Rotterdam CS Take metro line D or E in the direction of Slinge or De Akkers. Get off at the Rijnhaven stop. Take bus 77 under the metro station in the direction of SS Rotterdam, get off at SS Rotterdam. You can also walk from the metro, this takes up to 15-20 minutes.
Walk from the stop Rijnhaven towards Maashaven (walk a bit in the direction of the metro) and hit the Maashaven N.Z. turn right. Walk along the Maashavenkade, at the end you see the ship.
More information about public transport and free P + R in Rotterdam: www.ret.nl.
The ss Rotterdam has its own jetty and is therefore perfectly accessible by water taxi as well. More information about times and points of departure can be found on www.watertaxirotterdam.nl.
Utrecht, Neude The Neude is quickly and easily accessible from Utrecht Central Station. Buses to the square leave from the station, and on foot it is about ten minutes.
More information about public transport in Utrecht: www.u-ov.info.