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RAI Amsterdam is one of the leading international exhibition centres in Europe. It is just ten minutes by train from Schiphol international airport, which has direct flights to over 200 cities in 97 countries.
Plan your route to RAI Amsterdam here.
Situated next to Amsterdam’s A10 orbital motorway (exit S 109), the RAI Amsterdam is most easily accessible by train, metro or taxi.
If approaching Amsterdam via motorway A1, A2 or A4 and entering the ring road (A10), there will be signs for the venue is located alongside the ring road (exit 9). From the exit, you will find the car park route indication.
RAI Amsterdam is also easily accessible by bicycle, with bikes available for rent at most railway stations and rental agencies.
Driving to RAI Amsterdam? Book your car parking here.
There are multiple ways of travelling to the venue.
Metro 52 - Amsterdam Centraal Station connect the district of Amsterdam North to the Amsterdam Zuid railway station - the fastest direct connection from the Amsterdam Centraal Station to the venue - Europaplein station.
Tram 4 - from Amsterdam Centraal Station to Europaplein station – access to the venue.
Metro 51 - Amsterdam Zuid or Amstel Station to Amsterdam RAI station.
Bus lines 62 to Europaplein or 65 to Scheldeplein.
There’s plenty more information to help you plan your visit on the RAI Amsterdam website. If your question is specific to the show and isn’t answered here, please contact us at [email protected]
First, register online as a visitor. Next, email our customer service team for your Visa invitation letter and allow 5 days for processing.
Students are permitted entry by prior arrangement only. Please email our customer service team for further information and guidelines.
You’ll find the marketing guide in the Exhibitor Zone, which gives helpful info, tools, and assets to help you maximise your investment. For anything else, you can contact our marketing team.
British law has always been very strict about who can own or move firearms, ammunition and explosives but the rules are now even more stringent in light of the heightened risk of terrorism. All firearms and explosives must be licensed and there is a total ban on offensive weapons such as knuckle-dusters and flick knives.
It is also against the law to import:
You may bring component parts of firearms into the country unless you have a licence for the weapon for which the parts are intended as components may be put to illegal uses.
All firearms must have a police shotgun licence or firearm certificate.
Please do not attempt to bring any of the above-mentioned products to the show. Failure to heed this warning will result in immediate expulsion from the show and possible prosecution.