Your onward journey: Get transport from Schiphol
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has great transport links to Amsterdam and the rest of the Netherlands. You can easily take the train, catch a bus, rent a car or have someone collect you. If you’re heading to Amsterdam, we recommend buying an Amsterdam Travel Ticket.
Please put on your face mask if you are using public transport. It is also good to know that our taxis are cleaned extra thoroughly.
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Take the train
Schiphol Station is located directly below the airport. It only takes a couple of minutes to walk from Arrivals to Schiphol Plaza, where you can take the stairs, escalator or lift down to the platforms. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on the train.
Catch the bus
Whatever your destination in the Netherlands, you can always reach it by bus. Buses leave from outside Schiphol Plaza, just a few minutes’ walk from Arrivals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on the bus.
Jump on your bike
If you park your bike at one of the three bike sheds at Schiphol, you can pick it up when you return and be on your way in no time. That’s perfect after sitting still on the plane!
Take a taxi
Whether you’re travelling alone or in a group, our taxi drivers will take you from door to door. There are taxis waiting at Schiphol Plaza. All you have to do is jump in!
Drive or rent a car
The airport is easy to reach and offers excellent parking facilities. You can also rent a car. Book the vehicle of your choice online or at one of the car rental desks in Arrivals 3.
Take a ride in a shared car
With your car2go subscription, you can now share an electric car for a quick and easy trip between Amsterdam and Schiphol. There are car2go parking spaces located at many places around Amsterdam, as well as in Schiphol’s World Trade Center car park.
A day in Amsterdam
If you want to visit Amsterdam, buy an Amsterdam Travel Ticket. It allows you to make unlimited use of the train and bus to and from Schiphol, and all trams, metros and buses in the city centre for up to 24 hours.