Getting There in RotterdamEdit This
Rotterdam's airport is located just north of the city. It is mainly used by low-cost carriers and charter airlines. Bus 33 takes passengers to and from Central Station. For passengers travelling to Amsterdam, Delft and The Hague there is also a shuttle bus.
Rotterdam Central Station is a major hub in the Dutch railway's network.
There are 6 direct connections to Amsterdam every hour (travel time approx. 1:00 hr), 8 to The Hague (travel time 15 minutes) , 5 to Utrecht (45 minutes) and 6 to Dordrecht/Breda/Roosendaal.
The international train from Brussels (travel time 1:50 hrs) also stops in Rotterdam twice an hour, as does the Thalys high speed train from Paris (travel time: 3:10 hrs)
For more information: www.ns.nl
The Eurolines bus stops at Kruisplein, directly in front of Central Station, across the street. the office is located in the Groothandelsgebouw, the low(er) building next to the station.
Rotterdam has excellent road connections in all directions, although they do experience frequent traffic jams during rush hour.
The ferry port is located in Hook of Holland. Stena Line and P&O offer many daily connections to Harwich and Hull. The ferry terminal can be reached from CS by train.