Travel and hotel information

By Murray Pollok16 May 2011

The RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is close to the city centre and to the main international Schiphol Airport.

See the following travel:

By train: The Amsterdam RAI railway station is 300 m from the RAI and has direct connection with Schiphol, Duivendrecht, Amsterdam Amstel and Amsterdam Zuid railway stations, which are linked to the international InterCity network. Follow the signs Amsterdam RAI when you leave the station.

By tram, metro and bus: Tram route 4 operates between the centre of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Centraal
and the RAI (stop at Europaplein). From the Amstel railway station you can reach RAI via metro 51 or bus route 15. Metro 51 also runs to Amsterdam Central Station.

By car: The Amsterdam A10 ring road is connected directly to the A1, A2 and A4 motorways. On the A10 take the S109 exit following signs for Amsterdam RAI. Car park locations are signposted.

By plane: Amsterdam RAI is only a 15 minute journey away from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport by car, taxi and public transport. Visit for up-to-date flight information, airport services, connecting transport to the RAI and travel tips.

Booking Hotels
Amsterdam RAI has an online Hotel & Travel Service that can offer considerable savings in money, time and hassle.

The online reservation system allows you to search for hotels by star rating and area. Additionally you can view a map showing the location of the hotel in relation to Amsterdam Factory and find detailed information about each hotel.

For group bookings and tailor made advice contact the service by email.

To book, go to the RAI hotel website and then search for the IRE event.
Tel: +31 (0)20 549 1927

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