How to reach us
NBIC is located at the Radboud University campus in Nijmegen.
The city of Nijmegen is easily accessible from all parts of the country. Thanks to a well-developed and efficient public transport system, major European cities such as Brussels and Paris are only a few hours away by train. Throughout the Netherlands, whether you travel by tram, metro (unfortunately, Nijmegen has neither), or bus, you can use the same tickets (strippenkaarten) for all bus, tram and metro journeys.
Work on the roads to Radboud University
Nijmegen is working on the roads surrounding the campus of Radboud University, the so called 'Rondje Heyendaal' (the Heijdendaal circle'). This may cause delays on your way to the University. More information can be found here (only in Dutch).
How to reach NBIC by train
It is easiest to reach NBIC from Nijmegen Heyendaal station. For travel information you can check the electronic timetable of the Dutch Railways via the Internet:
When travelling by train, keep three things in mind:
- Always check at the railway station (or if possible at home) to confirm that the travel information mentioned above is still correct. To find out about train times, routes and tickets in the Netherlands, please look on www.ns.nl/en.
- In the Netherlands, trains do not run all night. If you arrive on a very late international train, it is possible that you will not make it to Nijmegen that day. The latest possible arrival time ranges between 0.30 A.M. and 1.30 A.M.
- Do not buy a ticket every time you change trains. In most cases you will be able to buy a ticket to Nijmegen in your hometown. If this is not the case, buy a through-ticket to Nijmegen at the first station you arrive at in the Netherlands, regardless of how many times you may have to change trains. This will save you much time (and money).
How to reach NBIC by bus
Local buses stop on campus in the Philips van Leydenlaan, the Heyendaalseweg, the Kapittelweg and Erasmuslaan. There are several connections from Nijmegen Central Station to these bus stops.
There is a shuttle bus from the train station Nijmegen Heyendaal to the Radboud University going every 10 minutes. The destination of the bus is "Heyendaal shuttle" and the bus number is 10.
To pay for your transport you have to buy a so called "strippenkaart". You can purchase one at the ticket booth in the station.
How to reach NBIC by car
Nijmegen is a city in the eastern part of the Netherlands, a mere 10 kilometres from the German border. It is located on the banks of the river Waal, the main branch of the Rhine. With a good road map, Nijmegen should be easy to find.
All car parks on the campus are equipped with barriers and pay-point terminals. Regular parking cost € 1 per hour and a maximum of € 5 per day. After 6 P.M. and during weekends regular parking is free.
How to reach NBIC by foot
From train station Nijmegen Heyendaal to NBIC: