Park & Ride (P+R) in Amsterdam (2024)

Amsterdam has 11 Park & Ride locations around the city ring road A10 where you can park your vehicle for up to 96 hours at a discounted rate. You must use public transport to travel between the P+R and the city centre.

P+R Amsterdam parking rates (2024) are as follows:

  • The off-peak rate is €6 per 24 hours for arrivals after 1000 Mon-Fri and anytime at weekends.
  • The peak rate is €13 for first 24 hours for arrivals before 1000 Mon-Fri and thereafter €6 per 24 hours.

You can stay for a maximum of 4 days (96 hours) at all P+R locations in Amsterdam except P+R RAI (max 24 hours). If you stay longer than the maximum 4 day period then higher hourly parking charges will apply.

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P+R parking at Sloterdijk in Amsterdam

The P+R parking tariff is only based on travelling to the centre by public transport using an OV-chip card, a paper ticket or a special P+R GVB ticket at select locations.

Other types of ticket (barcode tickets, using debit cards via OVpay) cannot get the P+R discount.

How to use Amsterdam P+Rs

On arrival at the P+R you receive a parking ticket – you should not use a credit card at the parking entrance gate. Note that P+R ArenA has a dedicated P+R entrance; at P+R Bos en Lommer push the special P+R button; P+R RAI used number plate recognition, no tickets are issued.

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Sign to P+R Johan Cruijff ArenA Amsterdam

Within 1 hour of arriving, you can purchase up to 5 special P+R GVB tickets at the blue P+R ticket machines at these P+Rs: Bos en Lommer, Johan Cruijff ArenA, Olympisch Stadion and RAI. The costs are as follows:

1 card (€6), 2 cards (€6), 3 cards (€7), 4 cards (€8.50), 5 cards (€9.50)

These P+R GVB tickets are valid for 1 hour each way for your outward and return journey between the P+R facility and central Amsterdam. They can only be used on GVB trams, metro and buses – they are not valid for travel on GVB night buses, NS trains or Connexxion bus services.

When you return to the P+R car park you should pay at the ticket machine by entering your parking ticket (or vehicle registration) and scanning your transport card – this is to ensure that you have complied with the travel terms and that you indeed qualify for the P+R parking rate.

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P+R Sloterdijk Amsterdam – machines

Payment can be made by debit and credit cards (Mastercard/Visa) and must be made within 1 hour of checking out of your public transport journey.

Directions to the Park & Rides are clearly marked on the A10.

P+R locations in Amsterdam

This list includes public transport options for metro (M), trams (T) and buses (B) to the city centre.

P+R LocationAddressTransport
P+R Bos en Lommer *
Leeuwendalersweg 23b, 1055 JE Amsterdam / exit S104/S104T7/B21
P+R Boven ‘t Y *
Buikslotermeerplein 237, 1025 XB Amsterdam / exit S116M52/B37
P+R Johan Cruijff ArenABurgemeester Stramanweg 130, 1101 EP Amsterdam / exit OudekerkM54/train
P+R Noord *
Nieuwe Leeuwarderweg 25, 1022 BP Amsterdam / exit S116M52/B37
P+R Olympisch Stadion *
Laan der Hesperiden opposite 66, 1076 DE Amsterdam / exit S108T24
P+R RAIEuropaplein 24, 1078 GZ Amsterdam / exit S109M51/M52/T4
P+R SloterdijkPiarcoplein 1, 1043 DW Amsterdam / exit S102M50+M51/T19/B22/train
P+R VUmc (weekends)
Gustav Mahlerlaan 3004, 1081 LA Amsterdam / exit S108M51/T5/T24
P+R Zeeburg 1 *
Zuiderzeeweg 46A , 1095 KJ Amsterdam / exit S114T26/B37
P+R Zeeburg 2 *
Zuiderzeeweg 8, 1095 KG Amsterdam / exit S114T26/B37
P+R Zeeburg 3 *
Marie Baronlaan, 1095 MV Amsterdam / exit S114T26/B37

* not accessible for diesel vehicles with emissions standard Euro 0/1/2/3

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P+R parking map of Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s P+R car parks are generally open daily, 24 hours per day. The exception is VUmc which is a weekend P+R only – open Friday 1800 to Monday 0400.

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P+R Zeeburg I – machines
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P+R Zeeburg I in Amsterdam

In addition, be aware of any major events happening at either the ArenA/Ziggo Dome, Olympic Stadium or RAI will mean the respective P+R there is closed that day.

There are similar P+R parking schemes in place at cities all over the Netherlands.

Also see Parking in Amsterdam

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