How to get to Amsterdam

By Plane
The Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport is the 4th European airport in terms of passengers
Other options for more low cost flights:
Eindhoven Airport (south of the Netherlands, near the border with Belgium)
Dusseldorf-Weeze Airport ( just on the other side of the border, in Germany)

By Train
Amsterdam is very well connected to any major cities in Europe thanks the European railway network.
Main Train Station: Amsterdam Centraal Train Station
Time journey from Brussels, London, Paris, Hamburg or Berlin: 6 hours.
Time journey to other Dutch cities: about 2h30

By Ferry
Boat is a popular option for all travelers coming from the UK or Scandinavia.
Ferries leave Scandinavia and go via the following locations: Newcastle, Hull or Harwich

By Car
Amsterdam is easily accessible by car thanks the networks of European highways which all connect to the A10 Ring (also called the “Ringweg”).
Coming from the north: exit at the Ij Tunnel
Coming from the east: exit at Jan van Galenstraat
Coming from the west or south: exit at Nieuwe Utrechtseweg

Special Tip: if you’re driving to Amsterdam, it is highly recommended to park in one of the “Park & Ride” parking lots along the A10 Ring and use public transportation or bicycles to move around town.