Gateway to Benelux

The city is conveniently situated at the northern edge of the province of Brabant, directly on the main transport routes through Holland; the A2 and A59 motorways, major waterways and railway lines. It’s the gateway to the south of the Netherlands. The city is a pivot point between the south of Europe and the Randstad. Within a 30 minute drive you reach Utrecht, Eindhoven or Breda by car or by train. It is only about 60 minutes away from Amsterdam, Antwerp or Rotterdam and it has easy access to the main seaports and airports of Western Europe. In a little more than 90 minutes you are in Brussels (Belgium) or Düsseldorf (Germany). There are three daily arrivals and departures to and from Antwerp and Rotterdam at the BCT barge terminal. The Eindhoven airport is reachable by car within 35 minutes and Schiphol Airport is only a 60 minutes’ drive away.

A company looking for a strategic location in Western Europe has come to the right place in Den Bosch.

 

 

Facts about accessability

Directly connected to motorways A2 and A59.

Excellent waterway connections in all directions. Daily arrivals and departures from BCT barge terminal to Antwerp and Rotterdam. Both ports can be reached within 35 minutes.

Four airports within close distance: Eindhoven Airport (NL), Schiphol Airport (NL), Weeze Airport (DE) and Brussels Airport (BE).

Train station with direct connections to the cities of Eindhoven, Utrecht and Amsterdam (a train every ten minutes) , as well as Oss and Tilburg (with a minimum of 4 trains per hour).