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RAI Venue Information

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.

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 or the 'Getting Around’ section on the About Amsterdam page.

Contact Amsterdam RAI

Amsterdam RAI
Europaplein
NL 1078 GZ
Amsterdam
info@rai.nl
www.rai.nl


Postbus 77777
NL 1070 MS Amsterdam
T: +31 (0) 20 549 12 12
F: +31 (0) 20 646 44 69 

Catering

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.

The Roast Room offers a unique meat eating experience and is located in the low-rise area of the new RAI Amtrium building. Surrounded by the craftsmanship, open kitchens with Beech ovens and the sturdy, yet classically designed interior, you can enjoy the best cuts of meat, burgers, charcuterie and sausages from the restaurant’s own butcher's shop. To make a reservation at the Roast Room click here.

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Getting There

Trams and Buses

Amsterdam has an extensive network of trams, buses and metros (subways). You can get to any destination within the city centre from another in less than an hour. They are frequent, regular and are free for IBC visitors with the free GVB public transport pass which can be picked up from any of the information points on the show floor. 
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Trains

The RAI has its own train station and is less than 10 minutes from Schiphol Airport by rail. You can buy train tickets from the yellow ticket machines or at the ticket offices, both are located close to the platforms. 
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Taxis

Licensed taxis in Amsterdam are generally modern and comfortable. Taxis can either be hailed or found at RAI’s main entrance. A taxi to Schiphol Airport can take up to 30 minutes and costs around €40.00.
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Bicycles

Inexpensive, good fun and probably the fastest way to travel - Amsterdam is renowned for its abundant cyclists and bikes are available for rent at most railway stations, bike dealers or rental agencies in town.
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Parking at the RAI

Are you planning to come to Amsterdam by car? Remember that you can book and purchase your parking ticket in advance. This way, you are assured a parking space, and, having paid already, can easily enter and exit the parking garage without pauses or delays. RAI Amsterdam charges a 24 hour rate regardless of how long you park.

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At the RAI

Accessibility

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  registration@ibc.org in order to arrange this.

Information Desks

There are Information Desks located throughout the RAI complex as well as dedicated hostesses on the exhibition floor to provide all the information you need about IBC, the RAI and Amsterdam in general.

Cloakrooms

IBC provides secure cloakroom facilities for all attendees. These are situated by the main registration points. Please remember to bring change with you; €2.00 per coat and €3.00 per luggage item.

Religious Needs

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 situated in the Passage under the Elicium.

 

IBC Technical Supporters

  • IBC is the only exhibition we attend. It’s very important for those in the broadcasting industry.
    Jochen Albrecht
    CTO - Albrecht Electronic
  • IBC is the exhibition that gives us the most exposure in the broadcasting industry. The exhibition is a really special show and is close to everyone’s hearts. It’s a good place to meet and get to know the industry. It gets better every year and has got a great vibe.
    Anoushka Farouk
    Marketing Manager - TSL
  • IBC is not about quantity it’s about quality. Conversations we have are enlightening in every sense. Everyone is here to do business.
    Robert Lisman
    Director of Marketing - Primestream
  • The greatest thing about IBC is that it provides the facilities to network with industry professionals whilst getting great knowledge on new technology.
    Gina Canzano
    Technical Support Engineer - BW Broadcast

 

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