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Practical information

Opening hours Taart en Trends 2018
Friday 28th september: 10.00-18.00 hrs
Saturday 29th september: 10.00-17.00 hrs
Jaarbeurs Utrecht
Jaarbeursplein 3521 AL Utrecht The Netherlands
Jaarbeurs is located in the centre of Utrecht, right next to the Central Station and within walking distance of the historical city centre. This makes Jaarbeurs easy to reach, both by public transport and by car.



Entrance tickets Taart en Trends 2018:

Prices Presale:

Entrance ticket for one day presale € 11,00.

 Kidsticket for one day presale € 8,00

Prices are exclusive of administration fee.

Prices at the checkout on september 28th & 29th

Entrance ticket for 1 day € 13,95

Kidsticket for one day  € 9,00


Children from 0-3 years if transported in a buggy have free access. From 4-14 years we have Kids entrance tickets.

Parents are responsible for their children and are considered to keep extreme caution in connection with the fragility of the exhibited pieces.


Payed parking.



Route and travel info: The Jaarbeurs advises visitors to use the A2/Graadt van Roggeweg when coming from the A27 or A12 due to traffic delays, caused by construction work. On the website run by the Jaarbeurs, there will be regular updates on the best route to travel. On their website will also be links to more information, provided by the municipality.

Jaarbeurs is located next to Utrecht Central Station, making it very easy to reach by train. From the Central Station, follow the signs that read ‘Jaarbeursplein’. It is a five-minute walk to the Beatrix Building or the venue of the Jaarbeurs.
Plan your public transport trip here.

Car & Parking
If you are travelling by car, please follow the blue ANWB signs that read ‘Jaarbeurs’ from the Utrecht Ring Road. Jaarbeurs has ample parking space on its own grounds in the centre of Utrecht.

For current information on the accessibility of the Utrecht city centre and any roadworks in the area, please visit Goedopweg.nl.

Caution: Since January 1st, 2015, the city of Utrecht has installed an environmental zone, which inhibits diesel cars and diesel trucks made before January 1st, 2001 from entering the city. When you are visiting with a vehicle which is inhibited from entering, you have to use parking P2 (entrance at Truus van Lierlaan).

Park & Ride
A combination of car and public transport is an option as well. There are 8 stations with Park & Ride facilities in the vicinity of Utrecht.

Possibilities for overnight stay