RAI Venue Information
The RAI is one of the leading international exhibition and congress centre's in Europe located in the south of Amsterdam. The international airport, Schiphol, which has direct flights to over 200 cities in 97 countries is ten minutes from the RAI station by train.
Getting to the RAI
The Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre is situated next to Amsterdam’s A10 orbital motorway (exit S 109). The RAI is most easily accessible by tram, taxi and airport/hotel shuttle. For more information on these forms of travel please see below the 'Getting Around’ section on the About Amsterdam page.
The Amsterdam RAI aim to provide full access to all the facilities within the venue and recognise that less able visitors may require extra assistance. If you have any queries about access or would like to reserve a wheelchair please visit the RAI website for more information. IBC will grant any accompanying carers the same badge type free of charge. Please contact email@example.com in order to arrange this.
IBC provides secure cloakroom facilities for all attendees. These are situated by the main registration points. Please remember change to bring with you; €2.00 per coat €3.00 per luggage item.
There are Information Desks at the event as well as people walking the exhibition floor to provide all the information you need about IBC, the RAI and Amsterdam in general.
Amsterdam RAI provides a selection of the finest restaurants, cafes, and tasty snack bars. Self-service catering is also available in several locations. A unique city beach restaurant also lies between Amsterdam RAI and the Beatrix Park called 'The Beach'. The First Floor is a elegant a la carte restaurant in Amsterdam RAI. The restaurant is characterized by its international cuisine, an extensive wine list and a wonderful view. If you want to relax on our lounge seats with friends or colleagues, enjoy a drink or simply sit and chat and we can also cater for all these wishes. To make a reservation at the FIrst Floor click here.
IBC will, wherever possible, accommodate religious needs where the timing of the event causes difficulties for attendees. A quiet/prayer room with washing facilities is located in the Elicium Passage.