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27 June 2022
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Adress

Europaweg 902
3199 LC Maasvlakte Rotterdam
Port number 8360

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Accessibility

FutureLand is located right on the boundary between Maasvlakte and Maasvlakte 2. All destinations in the port area have their own number. These port numbers are indicated on the signs. For FutureLand, follow number 8360.

By car

Parking at Future Land is free. A number of charging points for electric and hybrid cars is available in the parking lot.

Coming from Amsterdam / The Hague and Rotterdam / Utrecht

Coming from these directions, follow the A20 motorway via Kleinpolderplein in the direction of Hoek van Holland. At the Kethelplein, take the Beneluxtunnel (A4) towards Europoort. After the Beneluxplein and Botlektunnel (A15), follow the signs indicating port number: 8360. The A15 becomes the N15. Follow the brown signs ‘FutureLand’ above the road signs. After the traffic lights, you will see FutureLand on your left.

Coming from Gorinchem

After the Noordtunnel, proceed in the direction of Europoort (A15) via Ridderkerk Junction. After the Beneluxplein and Botlektunnel, follow the signs indicating port number: 8360. The A15 becomes the N15. Follow the brown ‘FutureLand’ signs above the road signs. After the traffic lights, you will see FutureLand on your left.

Coming from Breda / Dordrecht

After the Drechttunnel, proceed in the direction of Europoort (A15) via Ridderkerk Junction. After the Beneluxplein and Botlektunnel, follow the signs indicating port number: 8360. The A15 becomes the N15. Follow the brown ‘FutureLand’ signs above the road signs. After the traffic lights, you will see FutureLand on your left.

public transport

With your bike over the water from Hoek van Holland
Cross the river using Hoeksveer

Between 1 May and 1 October, pedestrians and cyclists can use the direct ferry connection between the Hook of Holland and Maasvlakte 2. During the summer season, the ferry sails seven days a week between the Berghaven in Hoek van Holland and FutureLand on Maasvlakte 2. The journey takes approximately one hour and bicycles can be taken on board free of charge. During the crossing of the gateway to Europe's largest seaport, you can get a breath of fresh air and see plenty of interesting sights, from seals to sea-going vessels and from mammoth tanker to migratory birds.

Timetable
departure Berghavendeparture FutureLand
09.00 hrs10.00 hrs
11.00 hrs12.00 hrs
13.00 hrs14.00 hrs
15.00 hrs16.00 hrs
17.00 hrs18.00 hrs*
*Please note: FutureLand closes at 17.00 hrs.

Ticket prices
One-way ticket € 6,80
Return ticket € 11,50
Children aged 4 to 11 years receive a 50% discount
You can pay for the trip on board, preferably by PIN or cash. Before departure, please check the current travel information at www.hoeksveer.nl or call customer service at +31 183-515 449.

From Rotterdam via Hoek van Holland
By metro connection Hoekse Lijn and ferry service Hoeksveer

Metro station Hoek van Holland Haven can be reached in 35 minutes from metro station Beurs in Rotterdam by metro line B of public transport company RET. From the metro station you can walk to the Berghaven station of Hoeksveer in about 10 minutes. At the weekend, bikes can be taken along the metro carriage. You pay for your metro ride by using the OV-chipkaart. Please note: Hoeksveer sails between 1 May and 1 October.

From Brielle or Vlaardingen Oost
By bus with EBS Maasvlaktehopper

This bus line provided by EBS has several stops in Europort and Maasvlakte, including FutureLand. The Maasvlaktehopper runs directly from Vlaardingen Oost or Brielle Busstation Rugge. If you wish to use this bus service, you must make a reservation by phone at least 30 minutes in advance via +31 88 655 77 24 or make an online reservation. Visit EBS online for the timetable and up-to-date information. Please note: the Maasvlaktehopper only operates on weekdays only.

Day trips with the Spido cruise company

In the summer, Spido regularly organises day trips to FutureLand, both over water with a round-trip ship and over the road by touring car. On the way, you pass 100 years of port development.

Cycling network and bicycle service point

The port area is part of the national cycling network. This network enables you to plan a bicycle trip of any desired length. Follow the numbered signs to cycle easily from point to point. The signs also have an information board and a map. One of the points is located by the information centre, which is handy, because FutureLand is an ANWB Bicycle Service Point. You can find tools for minor repairs here, and charge your electric bike.

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