Accessibility of Groningen

Groningen: a three-hour drive from Hamburg. An hour and a half from Amsterdam. An hour’s flight from London and Munich.

 

© Groningen Airport Eelde
© Stella Dekker
© Stella Dekker Fotografie

Transport to Groningen

In the city centre, you can park your car for a maximum of thirty minutes for a quick errand. Follow the P route if you wish to park your car in one of the city centre’s underground car parks where you can park for a longer period of time.

Park and Ride (P+R)

You can park your car near the centre and take the bus from there. P+R buses shuttle between the centre and the car parks. Parking is free and a return ticket for a maximum of 5 persons from the P+R area to the city centre and back is €6.00.

Public transport

Groningen is easily accessible by public transport. If you want to travel by train, you can use either NS or Arriva, depending on the station you departure from. When you are at the station in Groningen, don’t forget to look up and admire the interior of the station hall. If you choose to travel by bus, you can use Qbuzz for journeys inside and around Groningen. If you want to make a longer journey by bus, you can use Flixbus. You can also come to Groningen by plane, travelling to Groningen Airport

Cycling

There are various places in Groningen where you can rent a bicycle. We listed a couple options for you below.

Fietsverhuur Groningen
Gedempte Zuiderdiep 68 
+31 (0)50 230 5875

Bikes in Groningen
Sint Jansstraat 25
+31 (0)6 24515546

Pims fietsen
Westerkade 24
+31 (0)50 750 1402

TrendEwheels Groningen
Schuitendiep 2
+31 (0)50 851 1532

Fast-paced city

Construction is taking place in Groningen due to the rapid growth of the city. Therefore there are regularly traffic projects. We want to be transparent about this.

Check the current status