Weeze is a small glass and steel box just barely on the eastern side of the border that separates the Dutch from the Germans. When exiting your plane the first thing that you’ll notice is that you’re in farm country. An information stand, travel agencies and a snack bar are available on the ground floor as well as more practical services such as car rental (Avis, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt), bank machines and two computers with internet access. Upstairs you’ll find more eating and drinking options and a taxi service (Taxi-Cox, www.taxi-cox.de). Getting to town: Buses and shuttle buses to various destinations in Germany and the Netherlands (Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Eindhoven, Köln, Nijmegen, Utrecht and Weeze) are available outside to the right. For Den Bosch take the bus to Utrecht and then take the train roughly 25 minutes to the Den Bosch central station.