Getting to the RAI Congress Centre
Amsterdam RAI can easily be reached by car. The RAI is located right
next to the Amsterdam ring road (A10), at exit S109. Signs indicate the
way to RAI. During large exhibitions orange signs displaying 'P RAI'
will direct you to additional parking places. From there a free shuttle
bus will bring you to the RAI.
If you arrive at Amsterdam Central Station (CS), you can take the
Amstelveen express tram 51, therefore follow the metro signs at the
Central Station (travelling time: 12 minutes, exit at the Amsterdam RAI
station) or tram 4, which can be found outside the Central Station on
the left side. (travelling time: 30 minutes, exit at the RAI
If you are travelling by train to the Amstel station, you can take the
Amstelveen express tram 51 (travelling time: 10 minutes) or the bus
(route 15, 66 or 199), which will bring you to the RAI within 10
minutes. In this case you should get off at RAI Europaplein. From
Amsterdam Sloterdijk station, the best way to reach the RAI is with tram
12 or bus 15.
The intercity trains from Roosendaal/Belgium connect at Schiphol with trains going to the Amsterdam RAI station. At Schiphol you can change trains on the same platform. The fastest way to reach the RAI if you are coming from Arnhem/Germany, is to take the train to Amsterdam Duivendrecht station. Here you can change trains for the Amsterdam RAI station. There is also a direct train connection with the Amsterdam RAI station from Rotterdam, the Hague, Leiden, Weesp, het Gooi and the Flevo polders.
You can plan your journey with Dutch Railroads or check timetables at: