Nijmegen is a large city in the southeast of the Netherlands, population 160,000.
It's the largest city in Gelderland, and in the Arnhem-Nijmegen metropolitan area. Nijmegen is well-known for its left-wing politics, and its large student population.
Nijmegen has a semi-continental climate, and it's usually together with Venlo and Eindhoven the warmest city of the Netherlands during summer.
The only form of public transportation nonstop to Nijmegen is a taxivan you have to reserve in advance and will set you back EUR16 euro one-way. For timetabling see or call +49 28 37 66 55 55. Quick tip: If your plane lands shortly before the bus is scheduled to leave give them a quick call on the tarmac and they will wait for you.
For the more adventurous traveller, it's possible to get to Nijmegen by city bus to the Weeze railway station, then take a train into Kleve, where you can get a bus into Nijmegen. This will take about 75 minutes and costs EUR5.90-7.60.
Eindhoven Airport,. Located 60 kilometres to the southwest of Nijmegen. From the airport you take bus 401 to Eindhoven Central Station and then a train to 's Hertogenbosch. In 's Hertogenbosch, change trains and take the train to Nijmegen. This journey will take you approximately 90 minutes by public transportation. When driving yourself, take the A326 feeder motorway to the A50, which skirts the west of the metropolitan area to the Eindhoven ring road Airport exit is exit 29 on the A2.
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