Reaching Eindhoven is easy by coach. Whether visitors want to watch a PSV fixture, or explore the city's unique museums, getting there is simple. Coaches run into central Eindhoven from London, and connections are available from Amsterdam or Brussels as well. So travellers can hook up with buses after Eurostar journeys or ferries. Either way, Eindhoven is easily within reach.
Most buses to Eindhoven will arrive at the coach stop on John F. Kennedylaan. Eindhoven's main long distance bus station is located in the eastern half of the city, not far from the Technical University. From there, buses will take visitors into town, and numerous routes are available.
Coaches to Eindhoven from London are generally operated by Eurolines, which runs services from London Victoria Coach Station. Services from Brussels are available from FlixBus and Eurolines, while Air Express Bus runs most buses from Amsterdam to Eindhoven. Eurolines, RegioJet and DB are the main companies to select when travelling from Germany.
There are many excellent reasons to travel by coach to Eindhoven. Most importantly, the city is at the heart of a dense northern European coach transport network. Travellers can reach Eindhoven with ease via direct buses from major cities like Cologne, Brussels, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and London. So those from the UK who want a cheaper alternative to flying or rail transport will find plenty of options. Most bus services operating into Eindhoven offer spacious, modern vehicles, with on-board wifi for customers to use. And the public transit system in Eindhoven is well linked to the bus station. Transfers should be seamless and hassle-free.
When navigating Eindhoven's excellent public transport system, it may help to have an OV-Chipkaart handy. This rechargeable card provides cheaper fares for buses and local trains, and can be purchased for specific periods if required. With that in hand, Eindhoven's museums await. The DAF museum is a highlight for engineers and vehicle fans, the Van Abbe Museum has a strong modern art collection, while the Eindhoven Museum offers open-air historical reconstructions. And football fans will want to take a tour of the Philips Stadium - the home of PSV Eindhoven (and an engaging football museum).