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1093 SK AMSTERDAM
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Parking in the street is around 3 euro / hour and around 25 euro / day. Payment is possible with card and coins. You will have to enter your license plate number to recieve the parking ticket.
P+R (Park & Ride) is the smartest way for visitors to Amsterdam to park. These car parks are located on the outskirts of the city and have an excellent public transport connection. Public transport brings you right into the centre of Amsterdam in no time and you get a public transport ticket for free.
Here is the link with locations and rates:
After following the link choose the location P+R Zeeburg I and P+ R Zeeburg II to park you car. Getting back from the car park to BBIJ: FromP+R Zeeburg I and P+ R Zeeburg II you can take tram 26 ( direction Central Station) and you get of at stop RIETLANDPARK. There you get on tram 10 (direction VAN HALLSTRAAT) and you get off at stop HOOGTE KADIJK. From there it is a 3 minute walk to BBIJ.
Instead of changing over to tram 10 you can stay on tram 26 and go to Central Station where you could pick up a Multi day public transport ticket at the Amsterdam Tourist and GVB offices and start your holiday into the city or return to BBIJ.
P+R Zeeburg address for GPS navigation system:
1095 KJ AMSTERDAM
There is only paid parking on the street daily Mon-Sat 9am-9pm (€3 per hour). We recommend the Park+Ride which is about €7 per day with secured parking and includes roundtrip passes to form the the P+R. It is less than 5 minutes away:
PARK+RIDE P+R Zeeburg I and II, Zuiderzeeweg 46 1095 KJ Amsterdam; at Piet Heintunnel, capacity: 250, from A10 exit S114, communication with the centre of Amsterdam: tram: 26, bus 37, 245 is 5 minutes away to park your car from €5 -€7 a day.
By Public Transportation
By train from the airport to Amsterdam Central Station (15 minutes)
-Buy a trainticket at the airport and get on the Train to Amsterdam Central Station.
From Amsterdam Central Station to BBIJ by tram or Bus
When you arrive at central station we advise you to go to the Amsterdam Tourist Information Offices and the GVB (public transport ) offices to buy your multi day public transport passes (GVB) and a city map and if you wish an IAmsterdam City card (Transport + museums combi). On the trams and busses you can only buy a single ticket or a 24h ticket. The offices are located in the White wooden building on Station Square across at Central Station. The Metro map does not show streets. It is better to get a street map for €2 at the tourist office.
You can find info on rates and opening times here:
Amsterdam Tourist Info:
GVB Tickets & Info, Stationsplein CS:
Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 21:00 and
Saturday and Sunday: 08:00 - 21:00.
GVB Public Transport:
Bikes are for rent around the corner 2 minutes walk:
Bus (10 minutes / quickest public transport) from Central station
Walk to the buses opposite the main entrance of Central Station ( under the Victoria hotel). Take Bus 22 and make sure it has the DIRECTION INDISCHE BUURT (this should be showing on the front of the bus, otherwise ask the driver). Get off at the stop just before the windmill. The name of the stop is OOSTENBURGERGRACHT. The bus driver can also assist in indicating the stop. Walk forward and cross the bridge to walk in front of the windmill, and continue walking just over the canal and turn left at Café DORST, and walk a few seconds until you get to the Zeeburgerdijk 17.
Most all Amsterdam attractiions are within 15 minutes walking, cycling, or with public transport