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Every day by car to the start of the Marches?

During the Four Days Marches thousands of people visit the city of Nijmegen to cheer on family or friends, or to witness this great walking event and to enjoy the amazing atmosphere when over 42,000 walkers from all over the world walk through the city of Nijmegen and its surroundings for four consecutive days.

Since this event is so well-visited, it has consequences for the city's hospitality, its availability and its public transport. Walkers and visitors are advised to make use of public transport or bicycle.

Parking

Those travelling to Nijmegen by car can use the parking facilities on the outskirts of the city. P+R (Park and Ride) areas have been set up alongside the Keizer Augustusplein (Nijmegen-Noord) and on Jonkerbosplein. The P+R area alongside the Keizer Augustusplein (P+R Noord) will be signposted from the A325 (Arnhem-Nijmegen). The Jonkerbos P+R area will be signposted from the A73, and the A326 from the (north-)west.

Parking Ticket

Walkers can purchase a special parking ticket for the Nijmegen-Noord and Jonkerbos Park & Ride areas. Tickets are valid for 4 days and the cost of the Park & Ride areas is €30 (including bus transfer of up to 4 people). You can purchase a parking pass online at the City of Nijmegen's ‘Parkeerloket’ (Dutch website).

It is not possible to purchase a parking ticket for a single day - day tickets are available on site at the Park & Ride Areas only. Parking fees are € 10 per vehicle per day. The parking tickets will allow up to four passengers to use the shuttle bus to travel to and from the Start and Finish location.

Shuttle buses

Shuttle buses will travel between the Nijmegen city center and the P+R area alongside the A325 (Nijmegen-Noord) every 15 minutes. This shuttle service will run on Saturday 14 July from 18.00-03.00 hrs and on Sunday 15 July from 10.00-03.00 hrs. From Monday 16 July 08.00 hrs until Saturday 21 July 03.00 hrs, the shuttle buses will be driving 24/7. The buses stop on the Berg en Dalseweg on the Poelmann van den Broek-side.

Buses will run between the city center and the P+R Jonkerbosplein every 15 minutes. These buses will stop on the Nassausingel nearby Stadsschouwburg (Nijmegen's theatre). The bus schedule is similar to that of the P+R Nijmegen-Noord.

Roadblocks per day

• Roadblocks Tuesday 17 July (pdf)
• Roadblocks Wednesday 18 July (pdf)
• Roadblocks Thursday 19 July (pdf)
• Roadblocks Friday 20 July (pdf)

Would you like to particpate in 2019?
From mid-January onwards you can find the rules and regulations on this website!

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