Amsterdam Centraal Railway Station, The Netherlands. Free Entry, Open Daily.

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There is a lift to all floors of the station to allow disability access to the platforms and there is an accessible toilet for use for a charge. Assistance with travel is available from station staff. There is a car parking around the station with a few disability spaces.

Brief Description:

Station Amsterdam Centraal is the largest – although the second-busiest - railway station in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and is used by 260,000 passengers a day. First opened in 1889 it is the most visited national heritage site in the Netherlands due to its a Gothic/Renaissance Revival architecture and cast iron platform roof.

Further Information:


Westtunnel, 1012 Amsterdam, Netherlands


Contact form on website:


+31 30 751 51 55


Opening Hours:

Open daily.


Amsterdam Centraal railway station is situated on Prins Hendrikkade within the A10 circular road.

Latitude: 52.379160, Longitude: 4.9001612


Bus services operate in and around this area. Further information can be found here:


There are refreshments available on site in the cafes, shops and restaurants, with further amenities being found outside of the station.