Gouda Transportation

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    Gouda by train

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Dec 11, 2014

    The Gouda station became an important place for splitting and joining Intercity trains to and from The Hague and Rotterdam on their way from and to Utrecht. In the past this happened at Utrecht, but Utrecht needs all its time and space for the ever increasing train traffic.

    The tracks at Gouda already are doubled to separate fast and slow service trains.

    Real time Public Transportation info on the Gouda map.

    Gouda train station
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    Bicycle

    by Imaniac Written Jan 15, 2004

    A great way of exploring the surroundings of Gouda is by bike. But if you want to enter the city center, it is best to park your bike and go on foot. There is a huge bicycle parking behing the weighing house at the market square. Here you can leave your bike for a couple of hours.

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    Going by train

    by Imaniac Written Jan 14, 2004

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    Gouda is a very centrally located city. The easiest way to get there is by train. There are trains to Gouda directly to and from the biggest 4 vities in The Netherlands. They are Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht.

    For all these directions the train will take you to Gouda in less then an hour. A 2-way ticket from Amsterdam costs 16,10 Euros, from Rotterdam 6,90.

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    any way you like

    by margaretvn Updated Apr 27, 2003

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    we, of course, took our little Smart car there. The ideal place to park is near the railway station as parking in the city is very limited.
    There are good bus and trains links to others cities though. You can cycle of course because there is a good bike lane system.

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    Train station

    by ATLC Written Apr 19, 2003

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    Gouda has a trainstation for frequent arrival and departure of trains.
    It's a 10-15 minute walk to the town center from the station.

    Example: a train from Amsterdam leaves about 5 times per hour and depending which train you take, the trip is 57 minutes to 83 minutes with zero to two train changes.
    A round trip costs € 15.

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    The A12 Highway

    by pieter_jan_v Written Sep 8, 2014

    Gouda can be travelled to by car from Utrecht, The Hague and Rotterdam.

    The A12 is one of the widest highways of the country.

    Gouda. The A20 / A20 highway split
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    Bicycles are the only way to...

    by cheekymarieh Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Bicycles are the only way to travel in this area. remeber that with some of the older models of bikes you may have to pedal backwards rather than reach for a brake on the handle bars.

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