Tilburg University is located in the southern part of the Netherlands. Its campus, designed with a compact architectural concept in mind, is set in gently undulating, park-like grounds on a forest edge.
Visitors travelling by stop-train (from Eindhoven, Breda and ‘s-Hertogenbosch) can take the ‘Tilburg Universiteit’ NS train station which is just a few minutes walking from Tilburg University.
Travellers on fast intercity trains need to get off the train at ‘Tilburg Centraal Station’ (downtown) and can reach Tilburg University from there by cab approximately € 15,bus (bus line 4), or a connecting stop-train to ‘Tilburg Universiteit’.
- Door-to-door journey planner (www.9292.nl)
(Travel advice – Fastest journey by public transport)
- Journey planner NS (Dutch Railways) (www.ns.nl)
From Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam (A4/A2)
Take the A4, direction Utrecht. The A4 will ultimately connect to the A2, which will take you all the way to ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Just beyond ‘s-Hertogenbosch take the A-58/E-312 to Breda which will take you to Tilburg. Take exit 11 (Goirle/Tilburg/Turnhout). At the traffic lights, take a left turn to Tilburg. At the next traffic lights, take a left turn to “Universiteit”. Follow the “Universiteit” signs all the way to the University. There is car park at the edge of the campus.
From Breda, Eindhoven and Den Bosch, (A58/E312)
Take exit number 11 (Centrum West). At the traffic lights, follow direction Tilburg. Keep left. At the next traffic lights, take a left turn to “Universiteit”. Follow the “Universiteit” sign all the way to the University. There’s a parking lot right at the entrance of the campus.