EMLAR XIV will be held at Kromme Nieuwegracht 80, 3512 HM Utrecht (Netherlands). The workshops will take place in the same building.

NOTE: The tutorials Eye-tracking: reading and Behavioral methods in infant research will be held at a different location: Janskerkhof 13, which is at a walking distance from the main location.

Getting there by public transport

The main Dutch airport at Amsterdam (Schiphol) is connected to Utrecht by a direct train, as are most other Dutch cities. For train schedules and prices, see the website of NS, the Dutch railways. Utrecht Centraal is the name of the railway station you will want to use. In the evenings, direct trains from Amsterdam Airport (Schiphol) can be cancelled due to engineering works. In that case, you should go to Amsterdam Zuid and change there.

Walking from Utrecht Centra(a)l Station takes 15-25 minutes. For directions, see the map below. There is also a good bus network. The nearest stop is Domplein, served only by bus line 2 (Museumkwartier Ringlijn) and also close is Janskerkhof, served by lines 28 (Uithof/UMC WKZ), 5 (Voordorp) and 8 (Wilhelminapark). To plan a trip by public transport within the Netherlands, use the 9292ov site.

 Getting there by car (not recommended)

You are most likely to find (expensive) parking spots at Janskerkhof, Lepelenburg, Kruisstraat or Springweg (indicated on signs from main roads). Traffic in Utrecht is restricted and can take a lot of time, as in most old city centres.


This link shows you the relevant locations on Google Maps.

When walking through Utrecht, the tower of the Dom church (112 metres) is a nice reference point; see the pictures below for other landmarks.