From Schiphol Airport a train towards Utrecht Central Station leaves every 15 minutes. You need an OV-chip card to travel by bus and train. You can find information about the OV-chip card system and how it works on their website. You can buy an OV chipkaart at the sales devices in stations, various newsagents (such as Primera) and various supermarkets. You can look up a sales point nearby here.
From Utrecht Central Station you can take either bus line 28 or tram 22.
Bus line 28 (Sciencepark/WKZ/UMC) goes through the historical centre of Utrecht and stops at the Oorsprongpark hotel, the Maliehotel and the NH Centre Utrecht where many of our guests stay. It is a 20 minutes ride.
Tram 22 (Utrecht CS – Science Park) takes you in 10 minutes from Utrecht CS to Science Park from Monday till Friday during the day. You get out at tram stop Padualaan. If you take the bus, get out at bus stop Botanische Tuinen (Botanical Gardens) and walk in the direction where the bus came from (back). Cross the street at the traffic lights and walk towards the reddish-brown Minnaert building with behind it the gray 7 stories high Buys Ballot building and the Victor J. Koningsberger building (glassy) on the right behind it. Walk around the Koningsberger building towards the Princetonplein. You will find us in the Leonard S. Ornstein Laboratory.
Coming from the A27/A28 you turn left towards the Uithof.
Drive on the Universiteitsweg past the sports centre Olympos and turn to the right at the Leuvenlaan (2nd road). There are no traffic lights there so beware of the cyclists coming from three sides.
After 200 meters you take the road just before the traffic lights and the Minnaert building on the right side, the Budapestlaan drive passed the Koningsberger building (towards the Botanical Gardens). At the end there is a parking place. We provide guests with an exit card.
Map of the Science Park Princetonplein.