Accessibility

CAR FREE

  • 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).
  • 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 or download a map.

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.

Public transport

  • 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.

Valet parking

  • Via the We Parc app.
  • € 30 up to 5 hours, € 40 up to 12 hours.
  • Including picking up, parking and returning your car.