How to get here

How to get there

Visiting address

Sportcentrum Olympos
Uppsalalaan 3
3584 CT UTRECHT
Tel: (030) 253 4471
Email: info@olympos.nl

Google Maps


By car

On the A27 motorway, follow the "De Uithof" sign at the "Rijnsweerd" intersection; this takes you onto the A28 motorway. On the A28, take the exit "De Uithof/UMC-Utrecht" (hospital). You will enter De Uithof form the north via the "Universiteitsweg". Immediately after turning a sharp corner to the right at "Wilhelmina Kinderziekenhuis", go right into Uppsalalaan. Olympos has its own car park on the left side of the road. 

From Amersfoort, take the A28 motorway to Utrecht. On the A28, take the "De Uithof" exit (after Zeist / Den Dolder exit). You will enter De Uithof from the north via the "Universiteitsweg". Immediately after turning a sharp corner to the right at "Wilhelmina Kinderziekenhuis", go right into Uppsalalaan. Olympos has its own car park on the left side of the road. 

Public transport

U-OV bus 28 travels - both ways - from Vleuten railway station, via Utrecht Central Station right through the city centre and the Rijnsweerd area, then on to the Utrecht Science Park (stopping at the Botanical Gardens and the Heidelberglaan to serve UU, HU and UMCU buildings) and finally stopping at P+R De Uithof. Get off at the final stop (= P+R De Uithof). Olympos is situated on the other side of the Uppsalalaan, at a walking distance of less than 2 min.

Travel time between bus stops 'Utrecht CS Centrumzijde' and 'P+R De Uithof' is 20 min. approx.

On working days during rush-hours, bus 28 stops at P+R De Uithof every 7 minutes; outside rush-hours and in the weekends its frequency is every 10 to 15 minutes. 


For departure times from various bus 28 stops to Olympos, click here (in Dutch).
For departure times from Olympos to various bus 28 stops, click here (in Dutch). 


By bike

See a map of Utrecht for the shortest route. There are covered bike sheds near the entrance of the sports centre. 

Call the Service Desk at
(030) 253 4471
© Olympos 2017
design by flow