Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage is a defining landmark, situated right in the historic city centre. The combination of this central location, typical Amsterdam architecture, very high standards and years of experience with international conferences and events, makes the Beurs van Berlage the most desired conference centre. It combines rich history with modern, state-of-the-art technology, and offers a wide variety of halls and meeting rooms, perfect for welcoming international conferences, dinners, receptions and exhibitions of up to 1,300 delegates.
More information can be found on the website www.beursvanberlage.com, via [email protected] or by phone via +31
- Meeting rooms
- Paid parking
- Business center
- High speed internet access
- Restaurant on property
- WIFI in meeting rooms
- Shuttle service
- Car access in meeting room
- Free WIFI in meeting rooms
Amsterdam City Center
Amsterdam Canals (UNESCO World heritage)
Dam Square & Royal Palace
Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage
1012 ZJ Amsterdam
From Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, you can reach Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage by train or taxi. If you are travelling by train, you can buy a ticket to Amsterdam Centraal Station in the Arrivals Hall of Schiphol. The trains leave four times every hour and the journey takes about fifteen minutes. If you take a taxi, you can state “Beurs van Berlage” as your destination. The address is: Damrak 243. The drive takes about twenty-five minutes.
When you arrive at Amsterdam Centraal Station by train or by tram, Beurs van Berlage is 300 metres away, about a five minute walk. You can see Beurs van Berlage on the Damrak in front of you when you leave the Central Station along the Stationsplein (Station square) and head out towards the Dam from there.
Location and accessibility
There are taxi stops right next to Beurs van Berlage, at the Oudebrugsteeg. You can order a cab at the Taxi Centrale Amsterdam, 020 - 777 77 77.
It is possible to travel to Beurs van Berlage by boat. The nearest dock is next to the Beurs van Berlage at the Damrak. On demand, we can connect you to one of our partners in the boat industry in Amsterdam.
In the immediate surroundings of Beurs van Berlage, there are a large number of carparks. In the event of a conference or event, it is possible to order various types of exit tickets for your guests, in the Q-park carpark of the Bijenkorf and the Oosterdok carpark. Five days before the
start of your event at the latest, you can notify us of the number of exit tickets you wish to order.
Parking garage Oosterdok
- Oosterdokstraat 150, 1011 DK Amsterdam;
- 1.700 parking spaces;
- Maximum vehicle height 2.10 m / 6ft 11in;
- Opening hours 24 hours, 7 days a week;
- Rates: first 5 hours: € 1 per 12 min, 5 to 24 hours: € 13.
Ring A10 Amsterdam; exit S114, at the end of the exit go left (Zuiderzeeweg). Drive down the Piet Heintunnel. At the end of the tunnel, go right (S100). Drive along the Piet Heinkade (quay). At the fourth traffic light (after passing the Muziekgebouw aan het IJ) go right. The road backtracks along the IJ and goes right underneath the
motorway. After the train bridge, go right. You will find the carpark entrance to the right.
Parking garage De Bijenkorf:
- Beursplein 15, 1012 JW Amsterdam;
- Immediately next to Beurs van Berlage;
- 400 parking spaces;
- Maximum vehicle height 1.80 m / 5ft 11in;
- Opening hours 24 hours, 7 days a week;
- Rates: 20 minutes: € 2, maximum daily rate: € 50.
Ring A10 Amsterdam; exit Volendam (S116, Centrum); follow the signs to Centrum; go straight ahead after the IJtunnel; follow signs to Muziektheater, drive down the Valkenburgerstraat and the Amstelstraat; immediately after the Muziektheater go right over the Blauwebrug (blue bridge), you will now cross the Amstel river; on the Muntplein square go right to the Rokin; along the Rokin you follow the Dam to the Damrak, where the Bijenkorf carpark is located, and Beurs van Berlage is just down the street.
Park & Ride (P+R)
The ideal way to reach the city centre of Amsterdam is to park your car at a P+R-location at the edge of the city, and use public transportation the rest of the way. If you come from the northeast, east or southeast of the Netherlands, it is best to use the P+R Zeeburg. Accessible via Ring
A10, exit S114. If you come from the northwest or west of the Netherlands, it is best to park at P+R Sloterdijk. Accessible via Ring A10, exit S103.
For buses and coaches, there are various stops for your guests around the Beurs van Berlage. The nearest point is at the Prins Hendrikkade 59-72 opposite the Barbizon Hotel. From there, Beurs van Berlage is easily accessible on foot and Beurs van Berlage likes to engage hostesses to properly and pleasantly guide your guests there. Buses and coaches
(up to 21 meters) can park at the Prins Hendrikkade, opposite no. 120 on the corner of the Oosterdokkade. You can park 24 hours a day here. Toilets and phones are also present here. For coaches, no permit can be requested. The parking space Prins Hendrikkade is the location nearest to Beurs van Berlage. For up-to-date information on routes, stops and parking spaces for buses and coaches, please visit: www.amsterdam.nl/touringcar. You will also find links to up-to-date information on roadworks, detours, events and the towing of coaches.
The Valet Parking Service offers a care-free reception of your guests. Your guests are welcomed by a host/hostess. The vehicle is taken over by one of the valet parkers and is parked safely at a suitable parking space nearby. The guest does not have to worry about a parking space and does not have to cross a great distance between the parking space
and the Beurs van Berlage. For more information, contact your Beurs van Berlage Event Manager.
Beurs van Berlage is largely accessible for disabled people. Unfortunately, Beurs van Berlage has no special disabled parking spaces. However, there is a Bijenkorf carpark right next to Beurs van Berlage. The Beurs van Berlage Toren (Tower) is only accessible by stairs.