Where will TUS Expo 2018 be held?
Postillion Convention Centre WTC Rotterdam
3011 AA Rotterdam
When will TUS Expo takes place?
TUS Expo 2018 will take place from Tuesday February 13th until Thursday February 15th, 2018.
What are the opening hours?
|Tuesday||February 13||10:00-17:00||Live Demo Day
|Evening Welcome Event|
|Wednesday||February 14||09:00-17:00||Trade Show and Conference|
|Thursday||February 15||09:00-17:00||Trade Show and Conference|
How can I register for this event?
The online registration will be live soon.
If you are an industry professional, you can register for a free entrance ticket to the exhibition. The deadline for this registration is February 9th, 2018. The entrance fee for the conference and the side events, will be published soon.
Until when can I register for free for the TUS Expo exhibition?
The online registration will be live soon.
Until February 9th, 2018 you can register online for a free entrance ticket for the exhibition.
The fee for the conference and the side events will be available soon.
What do I have to do if I want to visit TUS Expo 2018 for multiple days?
Your Exhibition ticket is valid all days.
Is it possible to register all my colleagues at once?
Everyone needs to register individually.
How much does it cost to visit RBE and TUS Expo?
The cost for the exhibition is for free if you pre-register yourself on the website before February 9th, 2018.
Tickets can be otherwise purchased for €75,- onsite at the gate on each day of the show.
How much does the conference cost?
The entrance fee for the conference will be available soon.
What is the best way to travel?
Accessibility by air
Rotterdam is very easy to get to by plane from 317 cities in 104 countries via Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport:
- Road and rail links between Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam are excellent. It takes just 27 minutes to travel by Thalys or Intercity Direct trains from the airport to the city’s international gateway, Rotterdam Central Station.
- Flights from Rotterdam The Hague Airport serve 40 European destinations. The airport is just 15 minutes by taxi or car from the centre of Rotterdam. The journey takes 20 to 25 minutes by public transport, using RandstadRail and the Airport Shuttle Bus 50 or bus 33.
Accessibility by train
It is also easy to get to Rotterdam by train. High-speed trains such as the Thalys and Intercity Direct, formerly Fyra, stop at Rotterdam Central Station, as do many Dutch domestic intercity trains.
Intercity Direct and Thalys journey times to and from Rotterdam:
|Schiphol Airport||60||26 min|
|Brussels South||146||1 hr 10 min|
|Paris, Gare du Nord||514||2 hr 37 min|
Accessibility by sea
There are good ferry services between Rotterdam and Great Britain. Stena Line vessels sail from Harwich to Hook of Holland which is just a 30 minutes’ journey from Rotterdam. P&O Ferries sail from Hull to Rotterdam Europoort where a De Jong Tours bus is waiting to take you directly to Rotterdam.
Accessibility by road
Rotterdam is easy to get to by car or bus from every direction: the city is surrounded by a good network of major roads and there are convenient Park & Ride points.
For more information about transport to and from Rotterdam, please contact Rotterdam Partners.
Parking in Rotterdam
There are dozens of public car parks in Rotterdam. Most of them allow you to pay in various ways e.g. with cash, by bank or credit card.
Park & Ride points
Park & Ride points are on the edge of the city and allow motorists to park, often free of charge, and continue their journey by public transport. You need a public transport chip card (OV-chipkaart) to do this.
‘Pay and Display’ with registration number
It is likely that on-street parking will require use of a payment and registration machine situated in the vicinity. The motorist has to key in the registration number of the vehicle, decide how long it will be parked for and then pay with a bank or credit card. No ticket needs to be displayed in the vehicle itself.
Parking payment via mobile phone
Paying for a parking place can also be done via a mobile phone if the motorist is registered with one of the five providers of the mobile parking service (06-parkeren): ANWB Parkeren, Sms-parking, Yellowbrick, Parkmobile and Park-line.
It is easy to travel around Rotterdam itself by bus, tram, metro or water taxi. Rotterdam’s public transport company is called the RET. You will need a public transport chip card (OV-chipkaart) to use the RET’s metro, tram or bus services. The chip cards can be bought at sale and information points and top-up payment machines at metro stations, but also at other sale points e.g. at post offices, Primera shops, Rotterdam Info (the city promotion centre) and via ov-chipkaart.nl/webwinkel.
Besides public transport, there are also lots of taxi stands, where taxis (cars, cycle-rickshaws and tuktuks) wait for customers. Order a taxi by calling the Rotterdam Taxi Central on +31 (0)104626060 or using the app.
Do I need a VISA?
Before you travel to the Netherlands, check your visa requirements and make sure you have a valid visa if needed. Holders of non-standard passports and travel documents may have different entry requirements. Travellers who need to arrange a visa in advance to travel, can request an invitation letter,
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Do you have more information about Rotterdam?
Rotterdam. Make it Happen.
Rotterdam. Make it Happen. is the joint pay-off for an initiative of the Municipality of Rotterdam, Rotterdam Port Authority, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Rotterdam Partners, who aim to put Rotterdam even more firmly on the map, both within the Netherlands and abroad.
Living, visiting, studying, doing business… experience the dynamic diversity of #Rotterdam from morning to night in this new short film (1’41”). The city plays the leading role, but the film is also a stage for people interacting with each other and with the city. Of course the film features the main attractions and hotspots. Urban aspects like architecture, festivals, events, art and culture, going out, the port, sports, green environment, education, entrepreneurship and innovation, connectivity and transport also feature in this production. Rotterdam. Make it Happen.
This promotional film was made by Rik van der Linden of Firma Film.