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If your baggage is shipped separately and you’re not travelling with much luggage then the train is the cheapest and easiest way to come to Groningen. There is a direct connection from Schiphol. If you are travelling with a lot of luggage, you might want to rent a van. A taxi from Schiphol to Groningen will cost you between €170 and €250 and can be booked online beforehand.

There are many different places where you could rent a bike for a day in Groningen. If you own an OV card, you can rent an OV bike at the station. Have a look at this overview of bike rental places to discover which of them is closest to you.

You can read more about recycling in Groningen on the waste guide ("afvalwijzer"). If you want to recycle your old paper, there are often old paper bins nearby and old paper is collected once a month. You can recycle glass by putting it in the glass bins. Make sure to check if it is glass with a deposit ("statiegeld"). Many supermarkets have bins for batteries and light bulbs if you are looking to recycle those.

the city of
Julian Verkerk

“Groningen is a playground for me, precisely because there are fewer filmmakers here”

the city of
Astrid Wehmeijer

“Groningen has so much to offer. Discover the city with your children”

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