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Wittevrouwensingel 44 Bis, Utrecht, 3572 CA, The Netherlands
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Coming in 2 weeks

by pmcd1000

Hi Everyone,
I will be coming to Utrecht from Amsterdam in 2 weeks to see a concert in the Tivoli. I would like to stay in Utrecht as I have never been before even though I used to live in Amsterdam.
I am going to travel to Utrecht Station (Centraal). Is this near the Tivoli? i.e How many minutess in a taxi or by walking? Based on this I will then book a hotel in the area. I also read about the zandpond houseboats. I would like to visit this area but I wonder is it sage area to travel? I am not interested in ladies but just do not want to find any trouble. I am sensible person who can avoid all trouble. Is this far from the Tivoli or central station?
Thank you in advance for all your help
Thanks, Paul

Re: Coming in 2 weeks

by pieter_jan_v

Tivoli has 2 stages at different street addresses:

Oudegracht 245 - 3511 NL Utrecht ( 15 minutes walking from the central station)

Helling 7 - 3523 CB Utrecht (1 mile from the central station; still walkable, but be aware you have to cross some canals at the end).

I recommend walking, taxi is just too expensive and gives you hardly any extra time.

The houseboats are along the Zandpad (not zandpont); 3 miles North of the station) in the opposite direction of where the stages are. So, no problem there.

Good luck finding a hotel; it very much depends on what's going on at the Jaarbeurs and the Congress Center.


BTW The Oudegracht is a great canal to walk along; see my newest Utrecht pictures:

Re: Coming in 2 weeks

by Jowseej

Hi there,

If you need any help with finding a good hotel for a good price or any other help you can contact me. Hope you enjoy your stay!

Greetings Jose

Re: Coming in 2 weeks


If you'd rent a bicycle (your hotel can help you with that), it would be a 15-20 minute ride to the houseboats from the city center. I cycled past there recently.
There is a road where cars (obviously) pass by quite slowly while the men look at the girls. The road is in between the boats and the cycle path/foot path. So you'd look across the (narrowish) road towards the boats.

It's perfectly safe, but you would be quite conspicious. Not many people walk there if they have no business there.

Personally I thought it a sad sight.

Travel Tips for Utrecht

Utrecht Canals

by Mariajoy

The old town is surrounded by the Singel Gracht which was the old defensive moat. The central area is crossed by the Oude Gracht and the Nieuwe Gracht and the water level is so low here that the vaults in the embankment walls are used as store rooms and many of them have been converted into gorgeous little cafes and restaurants. This is a feature of the city that Amsterdam doesn't have.


by Mique

On Domplein there are several restaurants/eetcafe's (eetcafe is something between a bar and a restaurant). And of course that means loads of seats outside in summertime when the weather is fine.. And i must say it has something to sit under that huge tower..

The Dom tower is the highest...


The Dom tower is the highest church tower from the Netherlands, 112 meters.
The tower is more then 600 years old.
It takes you 465 steps to go all away to the top.
When the weather is clear you have a view till Amsterdam.
The tower and the rest off the church are a few meters apart from each other, cause the middle part off the church was destroyed by a tornado.

Broken church

by OrlandoBR

The tall tower was supposed to make part of the adjoining (?) church, but back some 600 years ago, when they were building it, they started out with the tower and then ran out of money; so part of the church was later built with low-quality, cheaper material, which later collapsed!! And that's how the missing middle section of that church was born.

Street scenery

by Mique

In Utrecht there are so many hidden nooks, alleyways and general unknown spots that even after having lived there of a couple of years, i can still be very suprised.. So keep your eyes open and just wander through the city centre and everything around it

This picture was taken when you walk from 't Ledig Erf to the city centre. And this little alley ends at the Oude Gracht. Just decend and follow your way to the city centre..


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