Hub for budget airlines Ryanair, WizzAir and Transavia. Destinations include London Stansted, Dublin and many Mediterranean and Eastern European cities.The airport is 6km west of town, accessible by buses 400 and 40…
International services collect passengers at the Stationsweg bus stop facing the giant tenpin bowl-strike on Kennedylaan. It's a three-minute walk northwest of the train station, diagonally across pedestrianised Ken…
Buses to Eindhoven airport from Amsterdam (€22.50, 1¾ hours) via Utrecht (ring-road stop) and Den Bosch (€8.50, 30 minutes) run eight times daily from 4.30am. Last return from the airport is 11pm.
Declared the Netherlands' best new building of 2017, though hardly visually thrilling, the complex includes nearly 150 apartments as well as the train station, with the bus station on the northern side of the tracks…
Volunteer drivers make free anticlockwise loops around the city via all the main tourist sights in eight-seat minibuses: first come, first served. Departs every 15 minutes (or every half hour November to March).
The €4 per day parking charge allows up to four passengers per car to use bus 70 into central Den Bosch or to borrow bicycles for the day, as long as they are returned by the car park's official closing time.
Impressive bike shop around 300m south of the train station. Rates are per working day so overnight hires cost double. Deposit is €50; bikes have handbrakes and gears.
The uncovered bus station is directly south of the train station. Useful services include 300 and 301 to Tilburg via Efteling, 156 to Eindhoven and 207 to Kamp Vught.
Bike hire in the cycle garage beneath the station (enter via the tunnel west of the golden dragon roundabout).
Seven-speed city bikes for hire. One-day hires are till closing time, not 24 hours unless otherwise arranged.