Getting here by train

If arriving in Amsterdam by train, it’s likely that your journey will terminate at Amsterdam Central Station. From there it is simple to complete your journey with public transport or taxi. If you are travelling from another station in the Netherlands, it’s possible that you can choose another Amsterdam train station nearer your accommodation.

Amsterdam has nine train stations. But where is the best place to go to get to your destination?

Amsterdam Central Station

• Passenger Terminal Amsterdam 10 minutes’ walk, public transport tram 26 or bus 48
• de Ruyterkade Oost within 5 to 10 minutes’ walk
• Ruyterkade Steiger 16 to 18 within 5 minutes’ walk
• Javakade, public transport Tram 26 or bus 48

Amsterdam City Centre

• Amsterdam Central Station: 10 minutes walking distance from the Dam, Nieuwmarkt
• Behind Central Station: Take the free ferries to Amsterdam Noord
( Amsterdam North).

Amsterdam-Oost (Amsterdam East) and Watergraafsmeer

• Amsterdam Muiderpoort Station: get off here for Amsterdam-Oost ( Amsterdam East) and the Dappermarkt.
• Amsterdam Amstel Station: this station is located next to the Rembrandttoren.
The Amstel river is a 10-minute walk away.

Amsterdam-West (Amsterdam West)

• Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station: 5 minutes by tram/bus to the Bos en Lommer district.
• Amsterdam Lelylaan Station: get off here for Amsterdam West and Slotervaart/ Overtoomse Veld districts.

Amsterdam-Zuid (Amsterdam South)

• Amsterdam RAI Station: get off here for the RAI Convention Centre and the Rivierenbuurt.
• Amsterdam Zuid Station: get off here for the World Trade Center and Buitenveldert. Amsterdam Zuid-Oost (Amsterdam Southeast)
• Duivendrecht Station: get off here for the north entrance to Amsterdam ArenA.
• Amsterdam Bijlmer Station: get off here for the south entrance to Amsterdam ArenA, Heineken Music Hall, Woonmall Villa Arena and Amsterdamse Poort shopping centre.

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Enkhuizen as turnaround port for rivercruises.

21-5-2019 11:46:28

Since the end of last year the new road between Hoorn and Enkhuizen is ready.  This has considerably reduced travel time to and from Enkhuizen. E.g. It now only takes a mere 50 minutes to drive from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to Enkhuizen. Thus Enkhuizen has become an attractive location for turn arounds for river cruise ships. 

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Emergency repair the Stolperbasculebrug

23-5-2019 16:00:52

Schedule WaakSaam will carry out the work from Friday May 31st at 7 pm to Monday June 3rd at 5 am at the latest. To complete the work as quickly as possible and to reduce traffic disruption, work is carried out 24 hours a day.

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