WTC Amsterdam is easily accessible by both car and public transport. Its central location makes WTC Amsterdam a prime location for national and international companies. Because of its strategic location at Station Zuid, you can be at Schiphol Airport or in the historic centre in no time.

World Trade Center Amsterdam

Strawinskylaan 1
1077 XW Amsterdam
The Netherlands


WTC Amsterdam is located on the inner ring road of Amsterdam: the A10. The A10 connects directly to important junctions of the major Dutch motorways towards The Hague, Utrecht, Almere and Alkmaar. But also the accessibility of regional roads to the city centre, the surrounding districts and Amstelveen make it easy to move around in the city. Our parking garage, with ample parking space for tenants and visitors, is located under the WTC complex and also has an optimal connection to the surrounding office buildings.

Public transport

WTC Amsterdam is just a stone's throw away from important public transport hubs. With its direct location at Station Zuid, you can reach Schiphol Airport by train in seven minutes and the centre of Amsterdam in ten minutes. Since the completion of the Noord/Zuidlijn (North-South metro line), line 52, an important metro connection has been established, which also provides easy access to Amsterdam Noord. Furthermore, regional buses, city buses, rush-hour buses and trams leave from Station Zuid to all places in and around the city.


WTC Amsterdam is easily accessible by bicycle and has its own bicycle parking facilities. You can also park your bicycle for free at the following locations:
- Mahlerplein bicycle shed
- Bicycle parking Strawinskylaan
- Zuidplein bicycle shed
The first 24 hours of all these NS-run cycle shelters are free of charge and can be accessed using the OV-chipkaart. After that, the daily rate applies. You can also take out subscriptions.


Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is easily accessible by train from Station Zuid or by taxi. It is the largest Dutch airport and an important airport in Europe. With 71 million passengers in 2018, Schiphol was the third busiest airport in Europe, after Heathrow (London) and Charles de Gaulle (Paris). From here you fly to all parts of the world and to the major European capitals, with several flights departing daily.

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