How to get to Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam West?

Johan Broedeletstraat 35 1064AA Amsterdam +31(0)20 421 4864

Bed and Breakfast location


Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam West, a perfect location for Amsterdam City visit or business trip. Very close to public transport hub Jan van Galenstraat, with good connections by metro and train to and from Schiphol airport. With tram 13, the historic city center of Amsterdam is 15 minutes away. The nearby tram/metro stop is also a stop on the night service bus line 282 from the center for those who enjoy the Amsterdam nightlife or miss the last tram. If you are traveling by bicycle, don't worry. You can park your bike in our special bike storage. The Amsterdam city center is 15 minutes by bicycle. Bicycle rental is available at Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam West. B&B Amsterdam West can easily be reached by car, just a few hundred meters from the highway A10 exit S105. Free parking. Business travellers: WTC Zuid-As and RAI Amsterdam can easily be reached by metro.

By bicycle


 

If traveling by bicycle, you're at the right address: we love cycling. If you need detailed directions to B&B Amsterdam West, let us know.

 

Bicycles can be stored inside.

see also bicycle rental


Public Transport (OV)


Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam West is convenient located next to public transportation hub,

JAN VAN GALENSTRAAT. Tram/metro/nightbus within 200 meter walking.

Metro/tram stop Jan van Galenstraat: Tram 13, Metro 50 and Nightbus 282

  • Tram 13. For to- and from the centre of town, Dam square, Anna Frank house, Central station.
  • Metro 50. To nearby train stations, Leylaan and Sloterdijk. Also for the RAI and Amsterdam Arena, Ziggodome, Heineken Music Hall and Euro lines bus terminal Duivendrecht.
  • Nightbus 282. For to- and from the centre of town after midnight.

The next metrostop is a five minute walk, DE VLUGHTLAAN.

Metro/tram stop de Vlughtlaan: Tram 7, Metro 50, Bus 21 & 80 and Nightbus 282

  • Tram 7. For to- and from the museum area, Vondelpark and east side of the centre.
  • Bus 21. For to- and from Central Station.
  • Bus 80. To Haarlem and Zandvoort (beach).
  • Metro 50. To nearby train stations, Leylaan and Sloterdijk. Also for the RAI and Amsterdam Arena, Ziggodome, Heineken Music Hall and Euro lines bus terminal Duivendrecht.
  • Nightbus 282. For to- and from the centre of town after midnight.

How to get the to B&B Amsterdam West by public transport


Arriving by train for Paris or Brussels by Thalys, Berlin or London you will end up at Central Station. From Central Station take tram 13, direction Geuzenveld and exit at metro/tramstop 'Jan van Galenstraat'. (20 min) Cross the street on the side you exited for Tram 13 and turn left for 30m. Enter the dead end street on the right-hand side of the apartment building. This is the 'Johan Broedeletstraat: around the corner of this apartment building you'll see some houses. You have arrived.
  
The fastest way to get from Schiphol airport to the B&B: take any train in the direction of Amsterdam with a stop at 'station Lelylaan', 7 minutes: or ‘station Sloterdijk’, 8 minutes. Schiphol train station is located directly beneath the main arrival hall. From either 'station Lelylaan' or ‘station Sloterdijk’- take metro 50  to metro/tram stop 'Jan van Galenstraat' and exit, 3 minutes. Train and metro run frequently. Buy your GVB multiple day transport card at on arrival at the Airport, or train station Lelylaan or Sloterdijk.
  
Train tickets are sold at the NS service counter or NS ticket vending machines located in the main arrival hall. You'll need a disposable OV-chip card (eenmalige OV chipkaart) "Schiphol-Amsterdam", costs 4 euro. This ticket will get you from Schiphol airport to any of the stations in the Amsterdam area. Tickets are also sold in combination with GVB multiple day transport card at the book stand in the main arrival hall.
  
Or take bus 69 from the airport direction 'Station Sloterdijk'. You will save some cash on train tickets and can directly use the GVB multiple day transport card. Exit at bus stop 'Slotermeerlaan' and from there it's 2 stops by Tram 13 in direction of 'Central Station', exit 'Jan van Galenstraat'. The bus takes a little longer as by train and metro, but you see some more of the country side.
  
Arriving in Amsterdam at an Eurolines bus terminal; from Duivendrecht take metro 50, direction Isolatorweg or Sloterdijk metro 50, direction Gein to 'Jan van Galenstraat'.
  
When you arrive at metro/tram stop 'Jan van Galenstraat' by metro, walk down from the platform and cross the street/tramline. Turn left for 30 m and enter the dead end street (for cars) on the right-hand side of the apartment building into the Johan Broedeletstraat. Around the corner from this apartment building you'll see some houses. You have arrived.
  
The tram/metro stop 'Jan van Galenstraat' is less then 200 m from Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam West. This metro/tram stop is also used to get to the center by tram 13 (15 min) and is a stop on the nighttime bus to and from the center.

 

Public Transport - Tram & Metro by Eric Hammink


Public Transport - Tram and Metro by Eric Hammink
Public Transport - Tram and Metro by Eric Hammink

Best deal in Amsterdam


The GVB day or multiple day ticket provides you with unlimited GVB travel throughout Amsterdam - day and night - on the bus, tram, and metro, for the number of hours that best suits your plans. For example, the day ticket is valid for 24 hours starting at the first check in.

 

Note: These tickets are only valid in GVB metros, trams, and buses. Thus, not valid in the regional buses of Connexxion and EBS or on the train.

 

1 day  -  24 hours € 7.50

2 days - 48 hours € 12.50 
3 days - 72 hours € 17.00

4 days - 96 hours € 21.50 
5 days - 120 hours € 26.50

6 days - 144 hours € 30.00 
7 days - 168 hours € 33.00

Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket


A simple and convenient way to explore the Amsterdam Area is with the Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket. This convenient multi-purpose ticket offers unlimited public transport by bus, tram, train and metro. The Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket allows you to explore all that Amsterdam has to offer, along with the iconic sights and scenery of the surrounding area. Tickets are available for one, two or three consecutive days, so that you can use it for a day trip, weekend break or three-day excursion.

 

1 day - €18.50

2 days - €26.00

3 days - €33.50

Where to buy your GVB multiple day transport card?


Tickets for 1-4 day are sold at vending machine at the nearby metro/tram stop 'Jan van Galenstraat'. On your way from the Airport, where you can already buy the GVB multiple transport card in combination with train ticket, you can also buy your GVB multiple day tickets at ‘Station Sloterdijk’ or 'Lelylaan'. Arriving at Amsterdam Central station you can buy the GBV cards (1-7 days) at the GVB shop on the main square in front of the station. 

 

An other good option is the IAmsterdam city card, a multiple day public transport and musea/attraction card. The IAmsterdam card is available at the Tourist information (VVV shop) next door to GVB ticksetshop.

Plan your travels by public transport 9292.nl


Taxi at Central Station Amsterdam-1919
Taxi at Central Station Amsterdam-1919

Plan your travels by public transport on 9292.nl. An easy to use website, simply enter the name of street or location you are traveling from and to. When planning to travel in the Netherlands for a longer period of time using public transport (openbaar vervoer) you will need to use/look into the anonymous or disposable OV chipcard.

 

For those planning daytrips to locations outside Amsterdam, as the Zaanse Schans, Haarlem or Gouda by train, we can always order e-tickets online for you. Or buy a Amsterdam Region Travel Ticket.

Schiphol Airport pick up


Airport pick up is most of the time possible. For pick up contact us with your flight# and arrival date/time and we'll let you know if pickup can be arranged.

By car


Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam is close to highway (A10) exit S105. Free parking is possible if coming by car.

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