Route & parking


Public Transport (to Vlissingen)

Foto TreinFrom Rotterdam and Amsterdam:
A direct train to Vlissingen leaves the Central Station every hour.

From Utrecht:
Take the train to Rotterdam or 's Hertogenbosch. In Rotterdam you can take one direct train to Vlissingen per hour. In 's Hertogenbosch take a train to Roosendaal. There you can take two direct trains to Vlissingen per hour.

From Breda:
Take the train to Roosendaal. There you can take two direct trains to Vlissingen per hour.

For exact times and info on trains, please check public transport information.

Although it is possible to walk to CineCity Vlissingen from the train station, most will prefer to take a taxi or bus from the trainstation to the Spuikomweg where CineCity is located.

Public Transport (in Vlissingen)

Foto Bus

At the train station there are several busses you can take, but bus 56 to the city centre brings you the closest to CineCity. Take this bus to bus stop Badhuisstraat. From this bus stop, it is only a five minute walk to cinema CineCity.

For exact times and info on transport by bus, please see public transport information. Public transport travel information can be found on 9292.nl.

 

ZonnetreinThe solartrain drives from Vlissingen train station to the city centre and passes CineCity along the way. The solartrain is an easy alternative tot he bus, as it has a stop in front of CineCity. The environmentally friendly train is powered by the sun, gaining it's energy from the solarcells on the top of the roof. The train does not use fuel, does not emit emissions and is quiet. On sunny day's it drives fully on solarpower. Only during longer cloudy periods the batteries need to be charged at night.  

The solar train enables a transport connection to and from the train station and CineCity. 

 

By car from Amsterdam

Take the A4 to Rotterdam.
On the Ring of Rotterdam, take the A16 to Dordrecht.
Keep driving in the direction of Dordrecht untill you have reached the A17 turnof in the direction of Roosendaal.
One you have passed Roosendaal and Bergen op Zoom, take the A58 turnof in the direction of Goes and Vlissingen.
At the first traffic lights drive straight on. Cross the railroad and the bridge (Sloebrug).
Take a left turn at the next traffic light.
Keep on following this road, passing two more traffic lights. After the last traffic light, the road clims up and brings you straight to CineCity

By car from Utrecht

Take A12 in the direction of Rotterdam.
On the Ring of Rotterdam, take the A16 to Dordrecht.
Keep driving in the direction of Dordrecht untill you have reached the A17 turnof in the direction of Roosendaal.
One you have passed Roosendaal and Bergen op Zoom, take the A58 turnof in the direction of Goes and Vlissingen.
At the first traffic lights drive straight on. Cross the railroad and the bridge (Sloebrug).
Take a left turn at the next traffic light.
Keep on following this road, passing two more traffic lights. After the last traffic light, the road clims up and brings you straight to CineCity

By car from Antwerp

Take the A4 in the direction of Bergen op Zoom and Roosendaal
Take the A58 turnof in the direction of Goes and Vlissingen.
At the first traffic lights drive straight on. Cross the railroad and the bridge (Sloebrug).
Take a left turn at the next traffic light.
Keep on following this road, passing two more traffic lights. After the last traffic light, the road clims up and brings you straight to CineCity.

Parking by the Sea

Various parking area's are available near or next to CineCity in Vlissingen. The parking route through Vlissingen will guide you to these area's. Along the Spuikomweg there are two area's, one next to CineCity and the other across the street. 

Additionally you can park in larger De Fonteyne garage, which is open 24hr a day. 
 

Please note, CineCity Vlissingen is located in the paid parking zone of the city.

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