Travel advice

The Netherlands offers a wide variety of high-quality transportation means. Schiphol is one of the most important airports with many international flights. Rotterdam Port is one of the biggest harbours in the world. Railway transport is also well organised and connects smoothly to the international network.

There are various methods of reaching Rotterdam and The Hague. Both cities are very easy to reach with good connections to the Dutch railroad network and Schiphol or Rotterdam The Hague Airport. With highways coming from all directions you can also easily reach Rotterdam/The Hague by car or motorcycle.

For travelling within the Netherlands you can get a free travelling advise by visiting 9292-journey planner or calling 0900-9292


Within the area of Rotterdam you can only travel by buses en subways by using a public transport smart card (OV-chipkaart). You can find information about the OV-chipcard on the following site

EUR's Mobility Policy for staff

Erasmus University is planning various incentives to make sustainable commuting more attractive. Measures that stand out include an allowance towards the costs of public transport season tickets, subsidies for the purchase of an e-bike or e-scooter, more and better facilities for cyclists on the campus (including a bicycle repair service) and clear information about how to get to the university.

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