In Tilburg there are 8 car parks in and near the city centre. Signs along routes leading into the city state whether there are any free places in the nearest car park. Motorbikes are not allowed to park in a car park, but are welcome in the Stappegoor bicycle garage. Scooters and mopeds can park in garage 013/Tivoli.
At a ticket machine on the street in and around the city, you can park for 1 to 4 hours. The rate depends on the machine and the location.
Parking card for people with disabilities
People with disabilities can apply for a European parking card. With this card, a car can be parked on any disabled parking space and where otherwise parking is forbidden. The card is valid for 5 years in all EU countries.
In total, there are 7 bicycle garages in Tilburg. The 5 municipal ones are free, while you have to pay to use the other 2. Incorrectly parked bicycles will be removed, so make sure you park it properly!
Would you like to know the current opening hours? For more information, look on the Tilburg municipality website.
Tilburg is easily accessible with the well-planned public transport, even in the centre of the city.
Tilburg has three train stations. Centraal NS station in the centre of the city, Tilburg Reeshof and Tilburg Universiteit.
Tilburg has an extensive bus route network. All routes and stops can be found on the Arriva website. It also provides all the details about prices and schedules.
The local bus can hold at most 8 people. It provides a one-hour service at set times along a set route. Any kind of ticket and subscription can be used in the local bus.
Public transport chip card
Only public transport chip cards can be used to pay for travel on public transport. Look at the website for more information.