Plan your visit
ATC Global Exhibition:
Tuesday, 12 March - 09:00 - 17:30
Wednesday, 13 March - 10:00 - 17:30
Thursday, 14 March - 10:00 - 16:00
ATC Global Conference:
Tuesday, 12 March - 09:30 - 17:45 (registration open from 08:00)
Wednesday, 13 March - 09:30 - 17:30
Thursday, 14 March - 09:30 - 13:00
We wish to warn ATC Global 2013 attendees that they may receive a call or email from a reservation agent other than the RAI Hotel & Travel Service. DO NOT BOOK A HOTEL WITH THESE FIRMS. ATC Global 2013 is not affiliated with these agents.
ATC Global 2013 will be held at:
The RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre
RAI Europaplein NL 1078 GZ Amsterdam
T: +31 (0)20 549 1212
F: +31 (0)20 646 4469
To request a visa invitation letter, please complete the Visa Letter Request form here.
A member of the team will contact you within 5 working days.
The RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre is centrally located and easily accessible via the following modes of transport:
The Amsterdam RAI is situated next to the Ring road A10 around Amsterdam, exit S 109. The Amsterdam RAI has a car park.
You can reach the Amsterdam RAI from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport by car or public transport in less than 15 minutes. Amsterdam RAI has its own railway station which is linked directly to Schiphol.
For more information about flying to and from Amsterdam, visit the Schiphol Airport website.
By Tram & Bus
If you arrive at Amsterdam Central Station (CS), you can take the Amstelveen express tram 51 (travelling time: 12 minutes, exit at the Amsterdam RAI station) or tram 4 (travelling time: 30 minutes, exit at the RAI Europaplein).
The intercity trains from Roosendaal/Belgium connect at Schiphol with trains going to the Amsterdam RAI station. At Schiphol you can change trains on the same platform. The fastest way to reach the Amsterdam RAI if you are coming from Germany, is to take the train to Amsterdam Duivendrecht station. Here you can change trains for the Amsterdam RAI station. There is also direct train connection with the Amsterdam RAI station from Rotterdam, the Hague, Leiden, Weesp, het Gooi and the Flevo polders.
For more information about routes and timetables, visit the Netherlands Railways website.
The City of Amsterdam
Our list of just a few of the top attractions and sights to see in the beautiful city of Amsterdam:
Albert Cuyp Market
The Albert Cuypmarkt is the best-known and busiest outdoor market in Europe. There are over 300 stalls selling everything from fresh produce to clothes. The market is located in the Pijp district, surrounded by many cafes and small shops.
Anne Frank House
Visit the hiding place where Anne Frank and her family lived in secret for more than 2 years and where she wrote her famous diary during World War II.
Artis Zoo and The Botanical Garden
In the centre of Amsterdam, you will find the oldest Zoo of Holland. It consists of four main areas: Zoo, Planetarium, Botanical Gardens and Geological and Zoological museum.
A narrow passageway leads to this charming garden surrounded by old houses. In the centre of the lawns is a medieval church and at No.34 stands the oldest house in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam has over 165 canals, and taking a canal tour is a perfect way of seeing the City. You can also hire a bike and take a trip around the canals and explore the City in your own time.
The Dam is the very centre and heart of Amsterdam. The Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) dominates the square, surrounded by many restaurants, food stalls and shops.
The Magere Brug, or “Skinny Bridge” is the most famous of Amsterdam’s 1280 bridges and runs over the river Amstel in the city centre of Amsterdam. Approximately every twenty minutes, the bridge opens to let boats through.
Situated next to the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum is famous for its classic modern art, contemporary art and design.
Van Gogh Museum
The Van Gogh Museum houses the world's largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh as well as major works by other 19th-century artists.
The Vondelpark is located in the south of Amsterdam, just five minutes’ walk from the Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum. The Vondelpark is the most famous park in the Netherlands, with over 10 million visitors each year.
For further information about the City of Amsterdam, please click here.