The Beurs van Berlage is the bustling meeting place in the heart of Amsterdam. A hotspot that you should definitely pay a visit during your stay in the beautiful Dutch capital. The one thing that is for certain is that there is always something going on in this unique historic building! Want to see a beautiful exhibition, fancy a delicious lunch or would you rather go on an adventure during your city trip? Then your wishes will be fulfilled in the Beurs van Berlage.
De Beurs van Berlage is located in the centre of Amsterdam on Damrak, Oude Brugsteeg and Beursstraat, directly opposite the central station, a short distance from highways and Schiphol Airport. The Beurs van Berlage is extremely easy to reach, both by public transport and by private transport. The Central Station is a stone’s throw away.
In the vicinity of the Beurs there are a number of large parking garages such as Parking Centrum Oosterdok and IJDock car park. The nearest parking garage is that of the Bijenkorf, but it is the least easy to reach by car due to long-lasting traffic jams in the city center and the least attractive price-wise. That is why we strongly recommend using Parking Centrum Oosterdok or IJDock car park.
Are you coming to Amsterdam with an electric car? Oosterdok has 60 charging points, IJDock car park has 12 charging points.
Due to the many activities in the city center, the approach routes to the Beurs van Berlage are constantly changing. We advise you to have a look on the City of Amsterdam website to check out the latest developments, if you decide to come to the Beurs by car.
In case you prefer a taxi, please let us know, we have a taxi partnership with Taxicentrale Amsterdam (TCA) so we can offer you the best rates and the best rides.
Beurs van Berlage is accessible to everyone. Despite the monumental status and the many stairs in the Beurs, we have the facilities to welcome less abled visitors.
Our accessibility starts at the main entrance. Thanks to a smart integrated lift, it is possible for less abled visitors to enter the Beurs via the stairs in the main entrance.