- Marineterrein Amsterdam is not accessible to cars
- Parking spaces are only available for parking permit holders
- Suppliers or disabled visitors must check in beforehand
- Suppliers for the military part of the area (MEA) must check in with DBBO
- Parking at Zeeburg Park & Ride is cheap and relieves the city center
- On this page you find a list of parking facilities close by
- Visiting address: Kattenburgerstraat 7, 1018 JA Amsterdam (main entrance, blue gate).
- All buildings on the Marineterrein Amsterdam are fitted with a number on the facade. Are you visiting? Make sure you know the number of the building you are looking for to make finding your destination easier.
- Mailing address/information: Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 JA Amsterdam.
- Map: Go to the map on the website to find the location of an organization at the Marineterrein.
Biking from Amsterdam Centraal Station (new situation from January 2018)
The Oosterdoksdraaibrug is closed. Take the route crossing the NEMO-bridge, or via the Prins Hendrikkade or via de Piet Heinkade to go to the Marineterrein.
Pedestrians from Centraal Station (new situation from January 2018)
- From the Stationsplein under the railway viaduct to the De Ruijterkade
- At the end of De Ruijterkade up the stairs or take the elevator
- Over the tram bridge towards the tram platform where tram 26 stops (Muziekgebouw / Bimhuis stop)
- Take the stairs down or take the elevator.
- At the Dijksgracht cross the Commandantsbrug to the north part of the Marineterrein.
- This route is 1,7 km; a 17-minute walk.
- From Amsterdam Centraal railway station, take bus 22, stop Kattenburgerplein: walk 150 meters (2 minutes) to Marineterrein.
- From Amsterdam Centraal railway station, take bus 48, stop Kadijksplein: walk 200 meters (3 minutes) to Marineterrein.
- Alternatively, you can take tram 26 to the stop ‘Kattenburgerstraat’, involving an extra 450-meter walk via the Kattenburgerstraat to the Marineterrein.
Cheap parking via Park & Ride
- P+R Zeeburg (A10: exit S 114, Zeeburg).
- 650 spaces, drive in before 10.00 AM € 8 per day, drive in after 10.00 AM only € 1 per day.
- Take tram 26 (every 5 to 10 minutes, takes 5 minutes) to the stop ‘Kattenburgerstraat’, involving an extra 450-meter walk via the Kattenburgerstraat to the Marineterrein.
Parking close by
- Oosterdok Parking (1369 spaces): walking distance 400 meters (7 minutes) via Dijksgracht and the Commandantsbrug to the Marineterrein.
- Parkeergarage De Loodsen (446 spaces): walking distance 500 meters (8 minutes) via the Kattenburgerstraat to the Marineterrein.
- Piet Hein Garage (400 spaces): walking distance 500 meters (8 minutes) at the tramstop Muziekgebouw, take the stairs down, continue via Dijksgracht and the Commandantsbrug to the Marineterrein.
- Markenhove Garage (352 spaces): walking distance 600 meters (9 minutes) via Valkenburgerstraat and Prins Hendrikkade to the Marineterrein.
- Via the We Parc app.
- € 30 up to 5 hours, € 40 up to 12 hours.
- Including picking up, parking and returning your car.