The Other Holland is only an hour’s drive from Amsterdam! The table below shows the number of kilometres and average journey time from major cities.
|From Amsterdam to Nijmegen
||123 km/ 1:30 Hours
|From Rotterdam to Nijmegen
||108 km/1:20 Hours
|From Eindhoven to Nijmegen
||65 km/ 0:50 Hours
|From Antwerp to Nijmegen
||154 km/ 1:45 Hours
|From Brussels to Nijmegen
||202 km/ 2:10 Hours
|From Cologne to Nijmegen
||150 km/ 1:40 Hours
|From Düsseldorf to Nijmegen
||115 km/ 1:15 Hours
You can get to Nijmegen by train without difficulty. From there, it’s easy to continue your journey by bus, train or taxi.
To travel by public transport in the Netherlands, you need a ticket known as an OV-Chipkaart. You can buy an OV-Chipkaart with a starting price of €7.50 from ticket machines at larger railway stations, from newsagents and a large number of supermarkets in the Netherlands. It’s also possible to buy a slightly more expensive single-use day ticket from the ticket machines at NS railway stations. Before you get on the train, you need to check in at the station/on the platform by holding your ticket against one of the card-readers. Remember: you also need to check out again at one of the card-readers when you arrive at your destination. If you are travelling by bus, tram or metro, you check in and out as you get on and off.
Holland Travel Ticket
It's possible to buy a one-day ticket for all public transport:
- 1 day’s travel in train, bus, tram and metro throughout the Netherlands.
- Buy an off-peak Holland Travel Ticket for €39 and travel with it from Monday to Friday before 06:30 and from 09:00 onwards. Valid all day at weekends.
- Or choose a Holland Travel Ticket, which lets you travel for €55 in the train, bus, tram and metro any day of the week.
- Available at the NS ticket machines, the NS Tickets & Service Desks.