The Conference 'Powering the offshore grid: legal and technical solutions' will take place at the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam. The Museum is located about 15 minutes by walking from the Central Station of Amsterdam and 5 minutes by public transport.
From the Central Station of Amsterdam, you can walk in 15 minutes to the National Maritime Museum. This is a nice walk along the water.
By public transport
If you arrive at Amsterdam Central, you can take a bus to the National Maritime Museum. The busses leave across the Central Station, from “Part F” (next to the Victoria Hotel).
You can either take Bus Number 22 (Indische Buurt) or Bus Number 48 (Borneo Eiland). With both busses, please get out at the stop “Kadijksplein”, from where you can see the National Maritime Museum across the street. The bus journey takes 5 minutes.
If you are travelling by car, take the A10 ring highway North and take the exit S116 (IJ tunnel). In the vicinity of the National Maritime Museum (Scheepvaartmuseum), you'll find 3 parkings: Markenhoven, Oosterdok and Oostenburgereiland. Please be aware that parking in Amsterdam can be expensive. We recommend to take public transport.
If you still want to come by car, we can offer a limited amounted of 6-hours-parking tickets at the parking Markenhoven for the special prize of € 20,00. If you are interested in such a parking ticket, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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