RAI Convention Center
RAI Amsterdam is uniquely situated, a mere eight minutes from the city centre
and 15 minutes from Schiphol international airport.
It even has its own train station Amsterdam RAI (train, Metro 50, Metro 51), metro station
Europaplein (Metro 52) as well as a tram stop (Tram 4) right outside!
Moreover, all of Amsterdam’s cultural and nightlife attractions are within easy reach.
Right next to the A10 ring road, RAI Amsterdam is easily accessible by car too.
The RAI also boasts 4,000 parking spaces and its own harbour provides a
direct link to the capital’s historic canal system.
This makes RAI Amsterdam the location for your event that anyone can get to.
The RAI has its ‘own’ station, RAI Amsterdam which is located a stone’s throw from
the RAI complex and is easy to reach from anywhere in the Netherlands. When you leave
the station follow the signs for RAI Amsterdam.
Renovation station Amsterdam RAI
The Amsterdam RAI station will be under construction until the end of 2019. Our advice
is to avoid this station until then and travel with metro 52. The metro leaves from
Amsterdam Zuid station in the direction of Noord and from Amsterdam CS station in
the direction of Zuid. You can get off at metro station Europaplein.
By metro, tram or bus
From Amsterdam Central Station take metro 52 in the direction of Zuid (South) (Europaplein stop)
or tram 4 to RAI Amsterdam (Europaplein stop).
Metro 52 take you in just eight minutes from the Amsterdam Central Station to the RAI complex.
From Amstel Station you can reach us by taking Metro 51 to the RAI station or bus 62
Metro 50 operates the route between Amsterdam Sloterdijk and Gein, and also stops at
the RAI station.