Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is one of Europe’s four major hubs, operating to more than 300 direct destinations, with exceptional public transport connections to the city – 20 minutes or less to the city centre – and a taxi fleet that is 100% electric.
When you arrive at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, you can reach the Beurs van Berlage by train or taxi.
Getting from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to the conference venue
The Beurs van Berlage is easily accessible by public transportation. If you arrive at Schiphol airport, follow the signs to the trains. You can buy a full-fare one-way ticket at the yellow ticket machines at the airport (close to the entrance to the train station). There are English instructions available, and tickets can be paid using coins or debit card. The train runs four times per hour. The journey takes approximately 15 minutes and costs €4.30 (2nd class) or €4.70 (1st class).
A taxi from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport would normally cost around €40 on the meter. The taxi stand can be found by following the taxi signs on Schiphol Airport. You can also book your taxi in advance via Taxi Centrale Amsterdam. The drive will take approx. 25 minutes, depending on the traffic.
Visit the Dutch railways (NS) website for train schedules. See the website of OV-chipkaart for general information about public transportation in the Netherlands and the OV-chip card. For a general public transport route planner, see 9292. Travelling within Amsterdam can easily be done with the bus, metro and tram. Please visit the website of GVB for more information on bus, metro and tram tickets.
Getting to Amsterdam Central station from Rotterdam/The Hague Airport
To get from Rotterdam/ The Hague airport you first need to take the bus (line 33 or 30) or metro (line E) to Rotterdam Central station. The train runs six times per hour. The journey from Rotterdam Central to Amsterdam Central station takes approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes and costs €15.40 (2nd class) or €25.80 (1st class).
Getting to Amsterdam Central station from Utrecht
The Beurs van Berlage is easily accessible by public transportation from Utrecht. The train runs six times per hour. The journey takes approximately 25 minutes and costs €7.60 (2nd class) or €12.80 (1st class).
By rail High-Speed trains
The Netherlands is served by ICE high-speed trains to and from Germany, stopping in Rotterdam and Amsterdam and running as far as Basel and Zurich in Switzerland, Vienna and Innsbruck in Austria and Aarhus and Copenhagen in Denmark. Thalys high-speed trains run to and from Belgium and France, with the possibility of transferring in Lille to the Eurostar to the UK and Paris and to northern Spain.