The Central Station has a front and a rear entrance. If you’re going to the city centre take the one at the front of the building overlooking the golden dragon fountain. From here you can walk straight into the city centre via the double Stationsweg (Station Road). Just before you reach the inner city you cross the Dommel river. Although smaller than some of its larger sister stations, ‘s-Hertogenbosch seems better equipped and easier to navigate. A toilet as well as luggage lockers can be found at gate 1c. For travellers on the go platforms 3 and 4 share a kiosk that sells quick snacks and drinks. The same holds true for platforms 6 and 7. If you have time to spare head up the escalators to the main walkway to find four different places to eat, a Burger King, a small pharmacy, a bookstore and a grocery shop. At many Dutch train stations you can only buy a train ticket outside opening hours with cash from a ticket machine, so make sure to have plenty of coins. For information on schedules and prices check 9292.nl or www.ns.nl.