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RandstadRail, a high-speed train, connects the airport to The Hague, Leidschendam, Pijacker, Zoetermeer and Rotterdam Central Station. From the central station you can catch trains to Antwerp, Brussels and Paris. To use public transport, you'll need to buy an 'OV-Chipkaart' (Public Transport Chip Card) from a newsagent at the airport. The RET bus connects to the Meijersplein metro station, where you can transfer to Line E to the city centre; a trip of about 20 minutes overall. For a more direct route, the No. 33 bus will get you to Rotterdam Central Station in about 25 minutes. The night transport is available into the early morning.
Major car rental companies such as Budget and Sixt have desks in the arrivals section.
Airport facilities include banks, ATMs and currency exchange, information desks, conference facilities, and a business lounge, travel agents, baby-changing stations, and a variety of shopping and dining options.
Parking is available in any of the three parking lots - P1, P2 and P3, as well as P7. P1 and P3 are the long-term lots, while P2 is the short-term lot. All the parking lots are easily accessible from the terminal.