"Royal Dutch Jaarbeurs Exhibition and Convention Centre was established in 1916 with the aim to support the trade and stimulate the economy in the Dutch province of Utrecht. The venue benefits from the central location of the city of Utrecht and the well-developed public transport network, which makes it easily accessible from the rest of the country and Europe.
The exhibition centre (often referred to as Jaarbeurs) covers 100,000 sq metres. It runs on green energy, has 2 charging points for electrical cars and has been awarded the Green Key quality mark for reducing its environmental impact. With its 11 multi-functional exhibition halls, 7 conference rooms and 28 meeting rooms, Jaarbeurs hosts numerous national and international evens. BouwBeurs and VIV Europe are among the upcoming trade fairs."
Images and content courtesy of Jaarbeurs NL.
Getting to us
Coming from the Ring Utrecht by car, you follow the blue road signs for 'Jaarbeurs'.
As there might be roadworks in progress in the Jaarbeurs area, please find out more about accessibility by checking out the venue's current area map with routes.
To avoid parking complications, you can make use of the numerous Park & Ride facilities on the outskirts of Utrecht, which offer parking, as well as a shuttle service into town.
Train & Bus
Jaarbeurs is situated very close to to Utrecht's central station, next to which you will also find several bus stops, and is easily reachable on foot from there. Plan your journey and buy public transport tickets online.
- Tram lines 60 and 61 to Graadt van Roggenweg tram stop
- Bus line 7 to Overste den Oudenlaan bus stop
- Bus lines 85, 90, 181, 387, 388, 400 and 401 to Graadt van Roggenweg bus stop