Constituted in more than a century, RAI Amsterdam organises and hosts shows and congresses that cover the economy's main sectors, as well as numerous corporate, social and cultural events.The complex consists of 22 conference rooms and 11 multi-functional halls and has a total floor space of 112,200 m². The largest hall, Europahal RAI, can seat 12,900 people. The complex also includes a musical and concert theatre and underground parking space for over 4,000 cars.
The venue offers exhibitors, organisers and visitors all the resources of a modern and efficient institution. It brings together leaders and professionals both digitally and physically to exchange knowledge, network and inspire each other.
Together with the foreign promotion of its companies, RAI Amsterdam works to attract large international events, promote the growth of its shows, create new events related to emerging sectors, ensure excellent service and organise value added activities. The place facilitates over 50 international conferences, 70 trade shows such as Aquatech, Intertraffic, Interclean, Metstrade, PLMA and many more. Along with this over 1,000 small conferences, presentations and and meetings are taking place at the venue every year.
Getting RAI Amsterdam from Amsterdam Central Station is possible with tram 4 to Europaplein stop.
- Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is placed just 15 minutes away from RAI Amsterdam, whether you are travelling by car, train, taxi or bus. Sprinter train - stops at Amsterdam RAI station - the second stop from the airport and costs €3 (2nd class) or €5 (1st class). By taxi from the airport the price vary for €30-35.
- From Amstel Station you can reach the venue by bus 62, the stop is called Europaplein.
- RAI Amsterdam has its own train station, located just meters from the RAI complex, which makes it easy accessible from anywhere from the Netherlands. If you have bought a NS-train ticket with your trade fair registration/entrance admission, you can only get off at Amsterdam RAI station in order to use a discount.
- The Amsterdam RAI is easily accessible by car because it is located inside the A10 southern ring road of Amsterdam.
- From Amsterdam Central Station you can take metro 52 in the direction of Zuid (South) (Europaplein stop). It will take you to the RAI complex in just 8 minutes.
Getting to RAI station from from Amstel Station is possible by taking Metro 51.
Metro 50 operates the route between Amsterdam Sloterdijk and Gein, and also stops at the RAI station.
- Extensive parking facilities provides over 4,000 parking slots and the regular fee is € 4.00 per hour with a maximum of € 25.00 per day. Buying a day ticket online will reduce the price to € 12.50.