The conference venue is Albeda College, Baljuwstraat 2 in Rotterdam.
The venue is situated at a 6 minutes walk from Rotterdam Central Station.
Travelling to Rotterdam
Participants who disembark at airport Amsterdam-Schiphol are recommended to travel by train (NS) to Rotterdam Centraal. Amsterdam-Schiphol NS train station is located below the airport’s main hall. Information on departure times, platforms, and ticket options can be found on the message boards or at http://www.ns.nl/en. Tickets can be bought at ticket machines in the airport’s main hall.
Participants who disembark at airpoirt Rotterdam-The Hague, can either take a taxi (about 25 euro) or bus 33 (about 5 euro) to Rotterdam Centraal
Travelling in Rotterdam
For public transport in Rotterdam, this site will be useful: https://en.rotterdam.info/visitors-info/in-rotterdam/
There are various types of public transport cards in Rotterdam from RET.
– RET Tourist Day Ticket: One day unlimited travel throughout South Holland (bus, tram, metro & waterbus): for sale at RET service shops and service centres, Rotterdam Tourist Information (Coolsingel and Central Station).
– RET 1-2-3 days: for sale at RET service shops and service centres, Rotterdam Tourist Information (Coolsingel and Central Station).
– RET 2 hours and RET 2×1 hours: for sale and rechargeable at sales desks and reloading machines in metro stations
– RET 1 hour: for sale from bus or tram drivers.
Rotterdam Taxi Centrale, Ph. +3110 208 5880
Rotterdam Taxi Service, Ph. +3110 237 2018
General Travel Information
The Netherlands offer an adequate public transport system. If you travel between cities, the train is your best option. Within the city, bus, trams, and subway(metro) will take you to almost any destination, generally leaving a maximum ten-minute walk.
Public Transport online planners:
App 9292OV gives directions from any address or site to another within the Netherlands, using all kinds of public transportation. This site is useful is you need to travel within cities.
App NS reisplanner Xtra is designed for train travelling only. On this site you will also find information on different tickets and how to get them. It is also the site to buy online tickets. It will give you detailed information about departure times and platforms.
Taxi’s are considered to be quite expensive. Taxi’s are only allowed to take in customers at an official taxi stop, or ordered by phone. Different taxi companies are available in the big cities. You can recognise them easily by the ‘Taxi’ sign on the roof of the car and the blue number plates. There are permanent taxi stops in many cities (particularly near popular squares, attractions and stations). If you want to take a taxi, make sure you get into an authorised taxi. Every taxi in Holland is required to show a driver’s certificate with photograph upon request. Every taxi must have a licence. In addition, the taxi rates must be clearly visible both in and outside the taxi. Finally, the driver must be able to hand over a printed fare slip at the end of the ride, which should specify data about the ride and the taxi company.