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  • Otterstraat 118-124 3513 CR Utrecht

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How to get to EFPC at NIVEL

From Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam) to Utrecht Central Station

by train
On arrival at Schiphol Airport follow the signs “to the trains”. Train tickets can be bought in the main hall. The train station is located underneath the main Shopping Plaza. The departure platform will be platform 3 (train towards Utrecht Central).

Walking from Utrecht Central Station to NIVEL

NIVEL is situated at a 15-20 minutes walk from Utrecht central station, to be reached through the Hoog Catharijne shopping area.
Starting at the central hall from the station, follow the signs for Clarenburg up to the sign Boven Clarenburg niveau 1′. Take the escalator down. Exit the shopping area using the doors opposite to the escalator. Cross the square (Vredenburg) diagonally to your left. On the corner of the square, cross the street. Follow the street (Jacobstraat). After crossing a bridge, the name of the street changes in ‘Oudenoord’. After about another 3 minutes walk you will see NIVEL.

From Utrecht Central Station by bus to NIVEL

NIVEL is located at a 5-10 minutes bus ride from Utrecht Central Station. The bus station is located at a one-minute walk from Utrecht Central Station (follow the signs).
Take either bus 1 (direction ‘Overvecht’), 7 (direction ‘Overvecht Noord’), 26 (direction ‘Zuilen’). NIVEL is situated near Busstop Oudenoord (ask the driver).

From Utrecht Central Station by Taxi to NIVEL

A taxi will bring you in 5 minutes to NIVEL.
The taxi stand is located just outside Utrecht Central Station (follow the signs).

EFPC SECRETARIAT

For General information please E-Mail: info@euprimarycare.org

Diederik Aarendonk
Diederik AarendonkCoordinator of the Forum
E: d.aarendonk@euprimarycare.org
T: + 31(0)629359635
Irene Cubells
Irene CubellsForum Secretariat
E: i.cubells@euprimarycare.org
T: +34(0)938539905
Tom Carter
Tom CarterJunior Coordinator
E: t.carter@euprimarycare.org
T: +31 (0)6 250 972 89

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REGULATIONS MEMBERSHIP FEE 2019

Individual Membership:

150 euro  Individual membership (one vote & one address for the newsflash).

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