Ibis Tilburg

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Dr. Hub Van Doorneweg 105, Tilburg, Noord-Brabant, 5026 RB, The Netherlands
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  • Solo63
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Forum Posts

Is there a bus from Tilburg to turnhout in belgium and how much does it cost?

by khadija90

Hello everyone,

I need to know something.

I would like to know if there is a bus from tilburg (nl) to turnhout (be/vl). How much does it cost ? How late does the bus travel?

Please respond asap because in two days I have to be there.

Re: Is there a bus from Tilburg to turnhout in belgium and how much does it cost?

by K_V_B

There is indeed a bus service. Line 450, run by the Flemish transportation company "De Lijn".
The bus runs every hour, at 55 minutes past the hour (with a few exceptions) on weekdays and saturdays, and every hour at 30 minutes past the hour on sundays.
The bus is not expensive, about 3 euro if I'm not mistaken.

Re: Is there a bus from Tilburg to turnhout in belgium and how much does it cost?

by khadija90

Thanks a lot, Is three euro one way or two. Because Actually I am belgian. I know that it is one 1.70.

Re: Is there a bus from Tilburg to turnhout in belgium and how much does it cost?

by K_V_B

The website of "De Lijn" shows a price of 3 euro for a trip of three zones or more (which this is) when bought on board the bus. 1.70 is the price for a "jump" ticket in Brussels...

Re: Is there a bus from Tilburg to turnhout in belgium and how much does it cost?

by khadija90

Your are right! Perfectto!!!! Thanks a lot.

Travel Tips for Tilburg

Purchase your tickets, the earlier the better

by steedappeal

I was fortunate to buy my tickets at the ticket window before hanging out with my friend. By the time I returned (around 10 pm) the ticket window had closed. I don't know if you could purchase tickets on board with a credit card (with possible surcharges?) so I was glad to buy in advance.

Museums that bring you back in time!

by RhondaRuth

Tilburg Textile Museum. Visiting the University was nice but then a visit to a lovely Textile Museum was my favorite. I love crafting ... as many of you know. So I find it very interesting to see how cloth and items made of fabric are weaved into works of art. I even love the FEEL of fabric! I think Bill found the different machines used to be interesting also. We bought dish towels, fat quarters and tassels in the shop. I need more fabric and must go back. Some day soon, I will make my "Dutch" quilt!

Visit some of the many...

by carolineraat

Visit some of the many catholic churches, that date from the 19th or early 20th century. Often these buildings in neo-styles are fine examples of brick architecture. On the picture you can see the large church on the Heuvel, the city┬┤s central square.


by OlafS

Some major events that happen every year. No exact dates available.

Meimarkt: in May. This day the whole centre is turned into a big fleamarket.

Tilburg Hap Stap Festival: end of May. The restaurants of Tilburg let you taste some of their stuff at one big festival. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Festival van het Levenslied: Early June. Festival dedicated to bad Dutch-language music ever. AVOID AT ALL COST!

Festival Mundial: June. Big cultural festival, mainly 'world music'. Several locations in the city. Big closing manifestation with international and nationally famous acts, as well as not so famous ones.

Tilburgse Kermis: July. Biggest funfair of the Netherlands. Monday is a big gay-tolerance event. If you hate big crowds of people you'd better not come on Monday.

Boeken rond het Paleis: Late August. Big open-air bookfair.


by Linda1979

In February/March we celebrate Carnaval in Tilburg.
This starts at Friday with a "dweil-tocht". Lots of people hop from one bar to another and drink beer and "schrobbeler". Most people wear a costume, so during carnaval you can see elves, angles, devils, farmers, nurses, monsters, etc. etc.
On Saturday there is more beer-drinking and all sorts of festive activities.
On Sunday there is "d'n Opstoet". This is a parade of big wagons and dressed up people. Most jokes that are made in the parade can only be understand by locals. The phrases are usually in Tilburg-dialect.
Monday and Tuesday are also celebration-days, but on Wednesday the Carnaval is over. Usually this is celebrated with "haring happen": people eat the raw fish and flush it down with some more beer.


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