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workshop series
Spring2019 @ Utrecht
venue & host

EUT is located in Utrecht, at the Department of Human Geography and Planning of Utrecht University, Vening Meinesz building, Princetonlaan 8a, 3584 CB.


How to get there

After arrival at Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, you can take a train to Utrecht Central Station. The train station is part of Schiphol Plaza, just follow directions for ‘trains’. Intercity trains run every 12 minutes to Utrecht and the journey takes about half an hour.

For journey advice and time tables you can also check:  or

From Utrecht Central Station you can either take a bus or a taxi. Maps of Utrecht University can be found on

By bus:
To pay for buses, trams and metro in the Netherlands you need an OV Chipcard. At higher price you can buy a single ticket in the bus or tram. To travel to Utrecht Science Park you can take bus 12 or 28 (direction’De Uithof’) from Central Station. To get to Vening Meinesz building get off at Padualaan stop.

By taxi: There is a taxi platform on at Utrecht Central Station, just follow the signs. Within the city there are several taxi platforms, for instance at Vredenburg and Janskerkhof.

Bicycle: You can rent an OV bike at Utrecht Central station.

For more info see here (


The EUT programme is a widely influential research group in the field of economic geography and governance, with expertise in regional development, sustainable transition, innovation, labour mobility and migration. The economic section of EUT is devoted to investigate the spatial distribution of economic and innovation activities.