Hotel Parkzicht

Roemer Visscherstraat 33, Amsterdam, 1054 EW, nl
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Travelling from Amsterdam Central to The Ahoy, Rotterdam.

by megand1990

Hello!!!!!!!

I am coming to amsterdam in December for the Nightmare Indoors being held at The Ahoy, in Rotterdam (my boyfriend spotted a metro station right near it when he came last year but didnt have time to get any information) we are staying in amsterdam so i need to know if the metro does actually run from amsterdam to rotterdam, if the station right by the ahoy is functional and the one we would get off at and if so what the price and times of them would be. we would need to get to the ahoy for about 9pm-10pm on saturday the 4th of december and then back to amsterdam central by 8am on sunday the 5th of december.

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!!!!!!! :)

Re: Travelling from Amsterdam Central to The Ahoy, Rotterdam.

by northeast80

They are linked by trains and busses, not metros, each city has their own metro network which just serves each city. They are not connected.
I always take trains when travelling in the Netherlands, they're fast and frequent.
Here's a link to the Dutch railway journet planner in English;
http://www.ns.nl/cs/Satellite/travellers
Remember you'll have to factor in getting to the train stations.

Re: Travelling from Amsterdam Central to The Ahoy, Rotterdam.

by pieter_jan_v

Ahoy is situated at 5 minutes walking of the Zuidplein metro stop (metro line D from the Rotterdam Centraal station)

Metro map:

http://www.ret.nl/reizen-met-ret/kaarten-en-plattegronden/~/media/PDF/RET_metrolijnenkaart_%2017mei%20_A3.ashx

From Amsterdam you have to travel by train from Amsterdam Centraal to Rotterdam Centraal; a 40 minute journey by HS Highspeded at € 13,50 sing fare.


PJ

Re: Travelling from Amsterdam Central to The Ahoy, Rotterdam.

by Pijlmans

Hi,

Use this site to plan this (and other) trips with public transport:

http://journeyplanner.9292.nl/

Cheers,
Dennis

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

Walking around

by plikt

The best thing to do is to get yourself a map from one of the museums and simply walk around or, if you've taken a boat trip in advance and paid attention to the explanations you can try to find the streets on the map again and have the feeling that you already know the town. This being one of my most fondest memories.

Take a canal cruize. The...

by spoolder

Take a canal cruize. The easiest place to organise a cruize is from one of the cruize companies around central station. The cruize takes you into the harbour, and then through the canal system past some of the main historical attractions of Amsterdam.
Take a walk through the Red Light District. Interesting window shopping experience.
The area between Leidsplein and The Dam is littered with shops and eating places.

Amsterdam Tourist Board

by dila

Here at ATB you can get a lot of tourist info.
for a small fee they will also find you a place to stay.
The most beautiful ATB is upstairs on track 2 in the central station and open the longest .
Mon-Sat 8.00-20.00, Sun 9.00-17.00.
The old one is still in the front of the station.
also on leidseplein
Sun-Wed 9.00-17.00, Thur- Sat 9.00-19.00.
at the airport 7.00-22.00
questions tel. 0900 400 4040 (Mon-Fri 9-5, ý55/minute)

Dinner in Amsterdam

by Wayfarin2

After getting a rest in our hotel room, which was typically small and clean (and up one more flight of spiral stairs), we headed back out to eat dinner at Rimini's on Lange Leidsedwarstraat, a restaurant that we had spotted on our first foray that advertised "half price pizza and pasta". I had also read about it somewhere on the Internet. The pizza and salads were pretty good, one small beer apiece, we paid 14 Euros for dinner. We went back to the hotel, watched BBC on the television for a little while, and went to sleep. We were happy with dinner, but encountered something we had tried to forget from our first trip to Europe, something a couple from California rarely has to deal with--cigarette smoke. It was occasionally really annoying, and I have realized that perhaps this would be less of a problem if we visited during the spring or summer, when tables outside on the street are very common. Some places have better ventilation than others.

"Trap"-gevel (facade) in Amsterdam canalhouses

by Pavlik_NL

The "trapgevel" (staircase facade) is a facade that has a staircase-like top. In this style diagonal lines are as less as possible used and the stairs hide the sides of the roof from the eye. It was commonly built in between 1600 and 1665, but had a revival in the 19th century.

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Address: Roemer Visscherstraat 33, Amsterdam, 1054 EW, nl