Arnhem Centraal station is located in the Netherlands, in the town of Arnhem, in the Bas-Rhin area. Opened in 1845, it has been renovated and modernised over the last few years and has been turned into a futuristic building. Arnhem Centraal railway has ten rail tracks used by trains operated by Dutch company Nederlandse Spoorwegen. Inside the station you will find shops, cafés, restaurants, automatic ticket machines, waiting rooms and facilities for passengers with reduced mobility, including escalators and electronic boards providing audio and visual announcements. It is estimated that Arnhem Centraal station is used by about 40,000 people a day. Get off at Arnhem Centraal to visit the John Frost Bridge, the De Hoge Veluwe National Park, the Onder Museum, the Royal Burgers Zoo, the Nederlands Watermuseum and the Sonsbeek Waterfall Park.