About Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of Europe’s most iconic capitals. With over 180 different nationalities it is a very tolerant, creative, free-spirited and multicultural city. 90% of Amsterdam residents speak English and the average resident speaks two or more languages. Amsterdam has everything international conferences are looking for: great infrastructure, history, culture and multilingual population. It combines the friendliness and accessibility of a historic village with the world-class facilities and cultural attractions of a modern metropolis.

See for yourself what Amsterdam has to offer

Getting to Amsterdam

Worldwide Accessibility


  • One of the 4 biggest European hub airports: Schiphol Airport;
  • 323 direct flights;
  • Connections to airports in 98 countries by more than 100 different airlines from all over the world.
  • Accessible within 2 hours from most European cities;
  • Less than 15 minutes travel time between the airport and the city centre;
  • Well connected to the international high-speed train network to UK, Belgium, France and Germany;
  • No strict visa requirements;
  • Excellent public transport network within Amsterdam.

The airport ranks as one of Europe’s four major hubs and one of the two principal home bases to Air France-KLM and the SkyTeam alliance.

Find out more about the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport Area here.

Easy Access to the City

On arrival at Schiphol Airport it’s a 3-minute walk to train, bus, taxis and rental car desks, with many options available around-the-clock. Simply collect your bags, follow the signs from the Arrivals Hall, and you’ll be quickly on your way!









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