How do I get to the Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam by Public Transport?

Van Gogh Museum
The Van Gogh Museum is an Dutch art museum dedicated to the works of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries in Amsterdam. The museum contains the largest collection of Van Gogh’s paintings and drawings in the world. The Van Gogh Museum opened on 2 June 1973. In 2017, the museum had 2.3 million visitors, and was the most visited museum in the Netherlands, and the 23rd most visited art museum in the world.

The museum consists of two buildings, the Rietveld building, designed by Gerrit Rietveld, and the Kurokawa wing, designed by Kisho Kurokawa. The Kurokawa wing is used for temporary exhibitions and the Rietveld building displays the permanent works. There you will find over 200 paintings, 400 drawings and 700 letters by the Dutch artist. Some of the most well-known pieces on display include the Van Gogh Sunflowers (1889), Almond Blossoms (1890) and The Potato Eaters (1885).

The museum also houses works by some of Van Gogh’s contemporaries, including Auguste Rodin, Claude Monet, Georges Seurat and Odilon Redon, amongst others. During your visit to the Van Gogh Museum, you’ll be able to learn about the painter’s captivating history and his influence on the development of modern art during one of the tours.

The museum is located at the Museumplein (Museum Square) in the borough Amsterdam South, just south of the city center between the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Rijksmuseum, and close to the Concertgebouw.
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Address
Van Gogh Museum
Museumplein 6
1071 DJ Amsterdam

Floor plan
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Other sources
This article was written by a born and raised Amsterdammer. It’s intended for the vast majority of travelers and covers the most important options. If you are looking for detailed information, or if you are traveling to or from less visited locations, then consult other sources:

How do I get there?
The city center of Amsterdam is small. Since the Van Gogh Museum is situated just a little south of the city center, many people visit the museum simply by foot or by rented bike. For example, a walk from Dam Square to the Van Gogh Museum would take 25 minutes and you’ll pass the famous canals of Amsterdam along the way. It is possible to park your car near the Van Gogh Museum. However, the number of parking places available is limited and parking in Amsterdam is very expensive. Under the Museumplein is a supervised underground parking garage. The entrance is at the side of the Concertgebouw, next to the Albert Heijn supermarket. Taxis in The Netherlands are expensive and the Van Gogh Museum is in a busy area, so the best way to visit the museum is by foot, rented bike, or public transport.

Public Transport Options
The Van Gogh Museum is located just south of the city center of Amsterdam, in a busy area. There are many public transport options, which can make it slightly confusing. The one which is the best for you, depends on your starting point (e.g. hotel or railway station). You can reach the Van Gogh Museum from 9 railway stations in the Amsterdam area. Located at the Museumplein (Museum Square) are three major museums. Museumplein is a nice public square. So, if you arrive anywhere near Museumplein (Museum Square) by public transport and don’t mind to walk a couple of minutes, you should be fine.

The map below shows the main tram and metro stops near the Van Gogh Museum.

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The metro/tram map below, might help you to find the best options for you.

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Best options

T = Tram, M = Metro, B = Bus, > = Transfer

FromNumberStopRemarks
Station Amsterdam CentraalT2 or T12Rijksmuseum or Van BaerlestraatStops next to Museumplein (Museum Square)
Station Amsterdam AmstelT12Rijksmuseum or Van BaerlestraatStops next to Museumplein (Museum Square)
Station Amsterdam SloterdijkT19Spiegelgracht+ 5 minutes walk
Station Amsterdam LelylaanT1Spiegelgracht+ 5 minutes walk
Station Amsterdam ZuidM52Vijzelgracht+ 8 minutes walk
Station Amsterdam RAIM52Vijzelgracht+ 8 minutes walk
Station DuivendrechtM50 > M52VijzelgrachtTransfer at Station Amsterdam Zuid
Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenAM50 > M52VijzelgrachtTransfer at Station Amsterdam Zuid
Station Amsterdam MuiderpoortT1Spiegelgracht+ 5 minutes walk
Amsterdam NoordM52Vijzelgracht+ 8 minutes walk
Amsterdam Airport SchipholB397RijksmuseumStops next to Museumplein (Museum Square)
Schiphol Airport railway stationTrain > M52VijzelgrachtMore information (click)

Entrances
Since September 5, 2015 visitors enter the Van Gogh Museum through a spectacular new glass structure at the west side of Museumplein (Museum Square). You can purchase tickets opposite the entrance. To avoid the lines and save time, you can also buy your tickets online, prior to your visit. To save even more time and money, ticket companies offer tickets for the Van Gogh Museum in combination with other activities in Amsterdam. Click here for more information (Tours & Tickets)

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Group Entrance
Note that the entrance for large groups is still at the grey brick building at Paulus Potterstraat 7.
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Metro 52
Since July 2018, metro 52 (North/Southline) runs between Amsterdam Zuid station and Amsterdam Centraal station (and on to Amsterdam-Noord). The stop at Vijzelgracht, exit Vijzelgracht, is just an 8 minutes walk from the Van Gogh Museum. Make sure you travel in the right direction. Use the metro map below to determine whether you have to take Metro 52 in the north or south direction.
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After exiting the metro train follow the signs Uitgang (exit) Vijzelgracht / Museumplein (Museum Square).
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Use the 2 escalators to go upstairs and exit the station. As soon as you’ve left the last escalator, turn to the left and make a 180 degree turn. Walk to the corner at Weteringschans (only 30 meters). At the corner, turn to to the right. There’s a signpost pointing to the Museumplein (Museum Square) at the corner.
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Now follow the Weteringschans to the tram stop Spiegelgracht. When you look to the left at Weteringschans, you might see the Rijksmuseum. Museumplein (Museum Square) and the Van Gogh Museum is just behind the Rijksmuseum. Use the pedestrian crossing at the end of the tram stop to cross Weteringschans. Take care, at busy moments cars, trams, taxis, and bicycles usually come from everywhere at this point. Cyclists in Amsterdam might ring their bicycle bells, but usually don’t stop and might kill you.
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Now just follow the sidewalk to the Rijksmuseum. You’ll cross the bridge at Stadhouderskade. Use the pedestrian crossing to cross the street. Take your time and wait for the green pedestrian light, as this street is usually very busy.
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As soon as you’ve reached the other site, you walk trough the arcade of the Rijksmuseum to the Museumplein (Museum Square) at the south side of the museum.

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During the cold months of the year you might see an artificial skating rink in the middle of Museumplein (Museum Square). Keep walking straight ahead at the right side of the square.

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To make sure you walk in the right direction, take a look at the green signpost. Follow the walkway and keep walking straight ahead for 3 minutes. You’ll pass the independent Moco Museum at your right side. Soon you’ll see the glass entrance building of the Van Gogh Museum.
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Metro (51), 53, 54
This is the old metro line (Eastline), starting at Station Amsterdam Centraal, and going to Amsterdam-Southeast (Bijlmer, Amsterdam Zuid-Oost). You can still take all 3 metros and transfer to tram 1, 7, 19 just outside metro stop Weesperplein. Get off at tram stop Spiegelgracht. From the tram stop it’s a 5 minutes walk to the Van Gogh Museum.

Tram 1, 7, 19
These trams pass the Rijksmuseum and the Museumplein (Museum Square) behind it at the city center (north) side. Get off at the tram and bus stop Spiegelgracht. From the tram stop it’s a 5 minutes walk to the museum. You can find the images of this route HERE.


Tram 2, 5, 12
These trams stop next to the Museumplein (Museum Square) at tram stop Rijksmuseum and tram stop Van Baerlestraat. This is close to the Van Gogh Museum. Walking to the entrance takes a minute or 3. When exiting the tram, cross the street in opposite direction of the Rijksmuseum. Just follow the side walk, starting at the red Mailboxes as shown below.
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At Honthorststraat, cross the street using the pedestrian crossing in direction of the Moco Museum. Note the pink flags opposite the street.
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Walk to the corner at the Moco Museum and turn to the right. Soon you’ll see the glass entrance building of the Van Gogh Museum.
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Tram 3
Tram 3 circles within the old part of Amsterdam (Oud-West en De Pijp), but outside the city center and canal area, passing the Museumplein (Museum Square) at the Concertgebouw (south) side of the Museumplein. This is the closest tram stop near the Van Gogh Museum. You can take this tram for example, if you’ve visited the neighborhood called De Pijp (The Pipe) with it’s lively Albert Cuyp Market, just south of the city center. Tram 3 also stops just in front of exit Ceintuurbaan of De Pijp metro station at metro line 52 (North/Southline).

Get off at tram stop Museumplein. Cross the street to Museumplein (Museum Square) and simply walk to the Van Gogh Museum at the left/west side of the square. This might take 3 minutes. Tram 5 and 12 also stop at tram stop Museumplein.
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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
The Amsterdam Airport Express is a fast and easy way to travel by bus between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the center of Amsterdam. Every 7.5 minutes bus line 397 departs from bus stops B15-19 at Schiphol. The bus brings you directly to bus and tram stop Rijksmuseum, next to the Museumplein (Museum Square). Walking to the entrance takes only a minute or 3. You can find the images of this route HERE.

Schiphol Airport railway station
The railway station is under the airport. Every 6 minutes, you can take a train to Station Amsterdam Zuid. 7 minutes later you’ll arrive. From Station Amsterdam Zuid, you can take Metro 52 (also every 6 minutes) and exit 5 minutes later at metro stop Vijzelgracht. From Vijzelgracht, it’s an 8 minutes walk to the Van Gogh Museum. So, it’s possible to travel from Schiphol Airport railway station to the Van Gogh Museum in about half an hour. For a description of the walking route to the museum, CLICK HERE.

Enjoy your trip to the Van Gogh Museum!

Last update: December 8, 2019

How do I get to the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam by Public Transport?

Rijksmuseum
The Rijksmuseum is the main national museum in Amsterdam, dedicated to arts and history. The museum is located at the Museumplein (Museum Square) in the borough Amsterdam South, just south of the city center and is close to the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, and the Concertgebouw. The Rijksmuseum is definitely one of Amsterdam’s must-see attractions.

The main building was designed by Pierre Cuypers, who also designed Station Amsterdam Centraal (Central Station). The Rijksmuseum opened in 1885. On 13 April 2013, after a ten-year renovation which cost € 375 million, the main building was reopened by Queen Beatrix. In 2013 and 2014, it was the most visited museum in the Netherlands with record numbers of 2.2 million and 2.47 million visitors. It is also the largest art museum in the country.

The museum has on display 8,000 objects of art and history, from a total collection of 1 million objects. The most famous objects are masterpieces by Rembrandt van Rijn, Frans Hals, and Johannes Vermeer. The most famous painting in the Rijksmuseum is De Nachtwacht (The Night Watch), a 1642 painting by Rembrandt van Rijn. The museum also has a small Asian collection, which is on display in the Asian pavilion.

Address
Rijksmuseum
Museumstraat 1
1071 XX Amsterdam

Floor plan
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This article was written by a born and raised Amsterdammer. It’s intended for the vast majority of travelers and covers the most important options. If you are looking for detailed information, or if you are traveling to or from less visited locations, then consult other sources:

How do I get there?
The city center of Amsterdam is small. Since the Rijksmuseum is situated just a little south of the city center, many people visit the museum simply by foot or by rented bike. For example, a walk from Dam Square to the Rijksmuseum would take 20 minutes and you’ll pass the famous canals of Amsterdam along the way. It is possible to park your car near the Rijksmuseum. However, the number of parking places available is limited and parking in Amsterdam is very expensive. Under the Museumplein is a supervised underground parking garage. The entrance is at the side of the Concertgebouw, next to the Albert Heijn supermarket. Taxis in The Netherlands are expensive and the Rijksmuseum is in a busy area, so the best way to visit the Rijksmuseum is by foot, rented bike, or public transport.

Public Transport Options
The Rijksmuseum is located just south of the city center of Amsterdam, in a busy area. There are many public transport options, which can make it slightly confusing. The one which is the best for you, depends on your starting point (e.g. hotel or railway station). You can reach the Rijksmuseum from 9 railway stations in the Amsterdam area. Located at the Museumplein are three major museums. Museumplein (Museum Square) is a nice public square. So if you arrive anywhere near Museumplein (Museum Square) by public transport and don’t mind to walk a couple of minutes, you should be fine.

The map below shows the main tram and metro stops near the Rijksmuseum.

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The metro/tram map below, might help you to find the best options for you.

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Best options

T = Tram, M = Metro, B = Bus, > = Transfer

FromNumberStopRemarks
Station Amsterdam CentraalT2 or T12RijksmuseumStops next to the museum
Station Amsterdam AmstelT12RijksmuseumStops next to the museum
Station Amsterdam SloterdijkT19Spiegelgracht+ 3 minutes walk
Station Amsterdam LelylaanT1Spiegelgracht+ 3 minutes walk
Station Amsterdam ZuidM52Vijzelgracht+ 6 minutes walk
Station Amsterdam RAIM52Vijzelgracht+ 6 minutes walk
Station DuivendrechtM50 > M52VijzelgrachtTransfer at Station Amsterdam Zuid
Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenAM50 > M52VijzelgrachtTransfer at Station Amsterdam Zuid
Station Amsterdam MuiderpoortT1Spiegelgracht+ 3 minutes walk
Amsterdam NoordM52Vijzelgracht+ 6 minutes walk
Amsterdam Airport SchipholB397RijksmuseumStops next to the museum
Schiphol Airport railway stationTrain > M52VijzelgrachtMore information (click)

Entrances
There are 4 entrances to the Rijksmuseum from the Passage. The Passage is a public thoroughfare for cyclists and pedestrians, under the building, running from the north to the south side of the museum. There are no signs to the entrances, but you’ll see the revolving door, and probably museum employees and visitors in lines.


Metro 52
Since July 2018, metro 52 (North/Southline) runs between Amsterdam Zuid station and Amsterdam Centraal station (and on to Amsterdam-Noord). The stop at Vijzelgracht, exit Vijzelgracht, is just a 6 minutes walk from the Rijksmuseum. Make sure you travel in the right direction. Use the metro map below to determine whether you have to take Metro 52 in the north or south direction.
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After exiting the metro train follow the signs Uitgang (exit) Vijzelgracht / Museumplein.
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Use the 2 escalators to go upstairs and exit the station. As soon as you’ve left the last escalator, turn to the left and make a 180 degree turn. Walk to the corner at Weteringschans (only 30 meters). At the corner, turn to to the right. There’s a signpost pointing to the Rijksmuseum at the corner.
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Now follow the Weteringschans to the tram stop Spiegelgracht. When you look to the left at Weteringschans, you might already see the Rijksmuseum. Use the pedestrian crossing at the end of the tram stop to cross Weteringschans. Take care, at busy moments cars, trams, taxis, and bicycles usually come from everywhere at this point. Cyclists in Amsterdam might ring their bicycle bells, but usually don’t stop and might kill you.
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Now just follow the sidewalk to the museum. You’ll cross the bridge at Stadhouderskade. Use the pedestrian crossing to cross the street. Take your time and wait for the green pedestrian light, as this street is usually very busy.
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As soon as you’ve reached the other site, you walk to one of the entrances at the left or right side in the arcade. To avoid long lines at the ticket desk, purchase E-Tickets for the Rijksmuseum online.

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Metro (51), 53, 54
This is the old metro line (Eastline), starting at Station Amsterdam Centraal, and going to Amsterdam-Southeast (Bijlmer, Amsterdam Zuid-Oost). You can still take all 3 metros and transfer to tram 1, 7, 19 just outside metro stop Weesperplein. Get off at tram stop Spiegelgracht. From the tram stop it’s a 3 minutes walk to the museum.

Tram 1, 7, 19
These trams pass the Rijksmuseum at the city center (north) side. Get off at the tram and bus stop Spiegelgracht. From the tram stop it’s a 3 minutes walk to the museum.
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Tram 2, 5, 12
These trams stop next to the Rijksmuseum at tram stop Rijksmuseum. This is the closest tram stop near the museum. Walking to the entrance takes a minute or 3. Just follow the small side walk as shown below.
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Tram 3
Tram 3 circles within the old part of Amsterdam (Oud-West en De Pijp), but outside the city center and canal area, passing the Rijksmuseum at the Concertgebouw (south) side of the Museumplein. Get off at tram stop Museumplein. from here, it’s just a matter of crossing Museumplein (Museum Square) to the Rijksmuseum at the other side of the square. This might take 4 minutes.
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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
The Amsterdam Airport Express is a fast and easy way to travel by bus between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the center of Amsterdam. Every 7.5 minutes bus line 397 departs from bus stops B15-19 at Schiphol. The bus brings you directly to bus and tram stop Rijksmuseum, next to the museum. Walking to the entrance takes only a minute or 3. Just follow the small side walk as shown below.
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Schiphol Airport railway station
The railway station is under the airport. Every 6 minutes, you can take a train to Station Amsterdam Zuid. 7 minutes later you’ll arrive. From Station Amsterdam Zuid, you can take Metro 52 (also every 6 minutes) and exit 5 minutes later at metro stop Vijzelgracht. From Vijzelgracht, it’s a 6 minutes walk to the Rijksmuseum. So, it’s possible to travel from Schiphol Airport railway station to the Rijksmuseum within half an hour. For a description of the walking route to the museum, CLICK HERE.

Enjoy your trip to the Rijksmuseum!

Last update: October 30, 2019

Hoe kom ik bij Woonmall Villa ArenA met het Openbaar Vervoer?

Woonmall Villa ArenA
Woonmall Villa ArenA is met meer dan 50 woonwinkels het grootste woonwinkelcentrum van Nederland. Villa ArenA is 7 dagen per week open en je vindt hier alles op het gebied van wonen: van badkamers, vloeren en keukens tot meubels, kunst en decoratie. Van binnen is de overdekte woonmall (75.000m2) sfeervol en modern ingericht.

Er zijn 5 verschillende restaurants waar je gezellig kan zitten, eten en drinken. Er is ook een kinderspeelplein, waar kinderen elke zaterdag en zondag gratis kunnen spelen en knutselen onder deskundig toezicht. Ook is er een kinderbioscoop waar de nieuwste films draaien. Woonmall Villa ArenA bevindt zich op slechts 5 minuten lopen van Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA en is daarom goed bereikbaar met het openbaar vervoer. De Ziggo Dome, de Johan Cruijff ArenA, AFAS Live, multiplex-bioscoop Pathé Arena en een aantal megastores en restaurants bevinden zich op loopafstand. Honden zijn welkom in Villa ArenA. De woonmall is met de auto ook makkelijk bereikbaar via de A2 en je kunt direct boven en onder Villa ArenA parkeren.

Nadere informatie over Woonmall Villa ArenA

Andere bronnen
Dit artikel is geschreven door een Amsterdammer. Het is bedoeld voor de grote meerderheid van reizigers en behandelt alleen de belangrijkste opties. Als je op zoek bent naar gedetailleerde informatie, of je reist vanaf minder bekende locaties raadpleeg dan andere bronnen:

Trein

Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA
Woonmall Villa ArenA ligt op ongeveer 5 minuten lopen van Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA. Dit is een treinstation, maar metro 50 en 54 en verschillende (streek) buslijnen stoppen hier ook.

Treinen
Treinen die Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA aandoen rijden vaak via:

  • Utrecht Centraal
  • Amsterdam Centraal
  • Schiphol Airport

Mocht er geen rechtstreekse trein zijn uit jouw regio, dan kunt je vaak overstappen op een van deze stations. Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA is per trein rechtstreeks, zonder overstappen bereikbaar vanuit:

  • Utrecht Centraal, Amsterdam Centraal, Schiphol Airport, Den Haag HS en Rotterdam Centraal
  • Ede-Wageningen, Arnhem Centraal, Nijmegen
  • ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Eindhoven, Helmond, Venlo
  • Uitgeest, Zaandam, Breukelen, Woerden, Gouda, Driebergen-Zeist, Rhenen

Metro
Woonmall Villa ArenA is ook prima bereikbaar met de metro vanuit de meeste treinstations in Amsterdam.

StationMetroRichting
Station Amsterdam CentraalM54Gein
Station Amsterdam AmstelM54Gein
Station Amsterdam SloterdijkM50Gein
Station Amsterdam LelylaanM50Gein
Station Amsterdam ZuidM50Gein
Station Amsterdam RAIM50Gein
Station DuivendrechtM50 + M54Gein

Metrolijn 52 (Noord/Zuidlijn)
Wilt je met de Noord/Zuidlijn naar Woonmall Villa ArenA? Dat kan, maar je moet dan één keer overstappen.

Richting Zuid
Omdat Woonmall Villa ArenA ten zuiden van Amsterdam is gelegen, zal het vaak het snelste zijn om metro 52 richting Zuid te nemen. Het eindpunt van deze metro is Station Amsterdam Zuid. Op Station Amsterdam Zuid ga je met de trap naar beneden. Je hoeft niet door de poortjes en checkt niet uit. Beneden de trap ga je naar links en met de trap of roltrap weer omhoog naar het perron van Metro 50 richting Gein. Metro 50 brengt je vervolgens naar trein- en metrostation Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA.

Richting Noord
Wilt je liever via Station Amsterdam Centraal reizen, of bent je per ongeluk in metro 52 richting Noord gestapt? Stap dan op Station Amsterdam Centraal over op metro 54 richting Gein. Metro 54 brengt je vervolgens naar trein- en metrostation Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA.

Looproute vanuit trein- en metrostation Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA
Woonmall Villa ArenA is vanaf het station ongeveer 5 minuten lopen. Het is een makkelijke looproute. Verlaat de metro- of trein en loop richting de roltrap- of lift. Als je uit de metro bent gestapt, loop je tegengesteld aan de rijrichting; richting de achterzijde van de metro dus. Ga met de roltrap of lift naar beneden en check uit bij de juiste vervoerder. Voor de trein check je uit bij een poortje van de NS. Als je met de metro bent gekomen, check je uit bij het GVB.
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Na het uitchecken loop je naar links en verlaat je het station via een van de glazen schuifdeuren. Let op dat je naar links loopt de Arena Boulevard op. Als je naar rechts loopt kom je in winkelcentrum de Amsterdamse Poort.
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Via de ArenA Boulevard loop je in 5 minuten naar Woonmall Villa ArenA. De ArenA Boulevard is onder andere herkenbaar aan de grote Pathé Arena IMAX bioscoop en grote MediaMarkt, Decathlon en Prénatal winkels. Blijf aan de linkerzijde van de ArenA Boulevard lopen, langs de gevels van de Pathé Arena bioscoop en AFAS Live. Woonmall Villa ArenA is voorbij AFAS Live.
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Als je voorbij AFAS Live bent, volg je het voetpad nog een paar minuten. Je ziet Woonmall Villa ArenA recht voor je. Rechts zie je onder andere de grote Prénatal winkel en het voetbalstadion de Johan Cruijff ArenA. De Woonmall is ook aangegeven op een grote groene wegwijzer.
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Welkom in Woonmall Villa ArenA en geniet van het shoppen!
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Route vanuit Station Duivendrecht
De foto’s die bij deze route horen kun je hier vinden.
Als je per trein bent aangekomen op Station Duivendrecht kun je overstappen op de metro 50 en 54 richting Gein naar metro- en treinstation Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA (2 haltes). Er is echter ook een goede, wandelroute naar Woonmall Villa ArenA via de Johan Cruijff ArenA. De wandeling naar Woonmall Villa ArenA vanuit Station Duivendrecht duurt ongeveer 15 minuten.

Wandelroute
Het station bestaat uit 2 niveaus. Ga helemaal naar beneden en verlaat het station via de trap naar de begane grond (maaiveld = 0). De ArenA staat aangegeven op het blauwe bord onderaan de trap. Zorg dat je uitcheckt bij de juiste vervoerder. Loop bij het verlaten van het station naar rechts.

Steek vóór de grote groene wegwijzer met Arena Boulevard links het zebrapad over naar de wandelroute, die begint bij de bushalte en het parkeerterrein Q-Park P+R Stationsplein. Loop tussen het parkeerterrein en de spoordijk door. Nu is het een kwestie van de wandelroute volgen tot je de Johan Cruijff ArenA ziet. Je passeert metrostation Strandvliet aan je linkerzijde.

Vervolg de route naar rechts via het hekwerk van het trainingsveld naar De Passage. Je komt dan langs de Official Ajax Fanshop ArenA en hoofdingang E van het stadion. Aan de overkant zie je het Entreegebouw van De Ziggo Dome. Loop onder het viaduct door. Woonmall Villa ArenA is een paar minuten lopen verder. Een alternatieve route is via het stadionterrein, rechtsom tegen de klok in.

Bus
Woonmall Villa ArenA is ook goed bereikbaar per bus. Station Bijlmer ArenA is het belangrijkste busstation voor Amsterdam-Zuidoost (Bijlmer). Streeklijnen uit onder andere Utrecht, Haarlem, Aalsmeer, Weesp, Purmerend, Mijdrecht en Almere vinden er hun eindpunt/tussenstop, evenals diverse stadsdiensten en nachtbussen. Het busstation bevindt zich onder de sporen. Je vindt hier onder andere de volgende bussen:

Stadsbus
44 Diemen
47 Gaasperplas – Holendrecht
66 Diemen – IJburg

Streekbus
49 Gaasperplas – Weesp
120 Holendrecht – Abcoude – Breukelen – Maarssen – Utrecht CS
126 Vinkeveen – Wilnis – Mijdrecht
171 Amstelveen – Aalsmeer
202 Muiden – Naarden P+R Gooimeer – Blaricum Tergooi
209 Muiden – Naarden P+R Gooimeer – Blaricum Tergooi – Laren
255 Haarlem

R-net
300 Amstelveen – Schiphol – Hoofddorp- – Haarlem
323 Muiden – Almere Poort – Almere Stad – Almere Parkwijk
328 Muiden – Almere ‘t Oor – Almere Haven
356 Amstelveen – Haarlem

Laatste update: 12 oktober 2019