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These campervans are available at our local depot in Amsterdam. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Amsterdam
Starting your road trip in Amsterdam? If you’re arriving by aeroplane at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS), you can either come directly to our depot or book our shuttle service and we pick you up at Amsterdam Airport and take you to our depot, where we’ll get you familiar with your motorhome. After returning your motorhome at our Amsterdam depot you can head back on your own or book our shuttle service back to the airport.
Street parking is hard to find in Amsterdam’s city centre, a city renowned for towering parking prices. We suggest you try the car park of Artis, the one on Weesperzijde 1046, or on the Raamplein. All cost €4 per hour. Look a bit further and pay almost half the price at Q-Park on the Insulindeweg.
Amsterdam has camping grounds within the city limits and close to the centre. Camping Zeeburg is green, has all your basic amenities, and is a fifteen-minute bike ride from the centre! Across the IJ, Camping Vliegenbos is surrounded by a peaceful forest and yet only a fifteen-minute walk to the ferry (which will take you to the city centre, for free!).
The city where glittering canals and tall townhouses are home to funky bars, world-class art, and red-lit windows, Amsterdam is virtuous and vicious -- and the most fun place to get lost in.
Amsterdam tops the travel list of countless Europe trips. The city is famous for all the right and wrong reasons, but the capital of the Netherlands is more than just canals and pot. The small capital has a big heart that welcomes diversity, with people from all over the globe making Amsterdam their home. Which doesn’t the Dutch city’s culture has diluted somehow. On the contrary, the wonderfully weird world-citizens of Amsterdam make up the city’s liberal culture: form retiree hippies and a colourful LGBT community, to punks from the late seventies and today’s digital nomads — all fit in. And the Dutch capital is very Hollands. ‘The Dam’ is cycling across some of its 1.281 bridges, picnics with the locals in the Vondelpark, or craft beers along the IJ waterfront. Do any of those things and discover a cool and laid-back capital, buzzing with life but with the cosiness of a village. Hire a campervan in Amsterdam, because (you probably know this already) the capital of the Netherlands is the most fun small city to add to your road trip!
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