How to get from Amsterdam Airport to Cruise Terminal
Amsterdam cruise terminal (also know as passenger terminal) is a popular destination. When travelling from Amsterdam airport, you can get to cruise terminal either by Taxi or Train. Airport taxis offer the quickest and most convenient services. The taxi ride from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal costs approximately 60€ and it takes around 20 minutes. The alternative cheap option is the train. However, there is no direct line from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal, so you will have to take a train to Amsterdam Central station and then get on a tram or walk for 15 minutes. Regular train tickets cost 5.40€.
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How to get from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal by taxi
The quickest method to get from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal is by taxi. Airport taxis do not offer a fixed price for that trip; therefore, a taximeter will calculate the cost of your journey based on distance. When there is no traffic, the taxi ride takes approximately 20 minutes. In order to avoid taxi scammers, always pick a taxi from the line which displays the name of its company on the roof and has blue number plates.
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At Amsterdam airport you can find a taxi at any time of the day.
Taxi fare from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal
Since there is no flat fee, the average cost of taxi ride from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal is 60€. Your trip will be charged on the meter and additional costs from public holidays and late night driving may be applied.
If you book your ride in advance you may get different taxi fare rates.
Where do I get it from?
Taxi stands can be found just outside of the airport's arrivals hall.
Travelling from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal with public means of transport can be inconvenient and time consuming. Even though taxis are costly, they provide comfortable and fast services to travelers.
If you are on a tight schedule and want to get to your destination as soon as possible after your arrival at the airport, then opt for a taxi.
Avoid scammers by picking a taxi from the queue.
Make sure the taximeter has been reset before ride starts.
During rush hour, you might have to wait in the line for a taxi.
How to get from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal by train
The train journey from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal can be inconvenient and time consuming since there is no direct train line between the two locations. You can take a train from Schiphol airport to Amsterdam Central station and then either get on a tram or walk for 15 minutes. However, public transport is cheap. Train tickets cost only 5.40€ and the whole trip takes approximately 35 minutes.
Train from AMS to Amsterdam cruise terminal
Waiting time is around 10 minutes.
Value for money
The direct trains to the Amsterdam Central station run between 06:00 a.m and 01:00 a.m. There are also night trains running once an hour between 02:00 a.m and 05:00 a.m.
How much is the train from Amsterdam airport to cruise terminal?
One-way standard 2nd class tickets to Amsterdam Central station cost 5.40€ or 8.40€ in first class-this includes a 1€ surcharge for buying a disposable ticket. You do not have to buy a tram ticket. Your train ticket is valid for an hour for all means of public transport.
You can buy tickets either at the ticket desk on the arrivals level or at the yellow machines using Euro coins or credit/debit cards.
Where do I get it from?
Trains to Amsterdam Central station leave from platforms 1, 2 or 3, which are all located one floor below the airport terminal.
Changing means of transport while travelling can be difficult, insecure, and time consuming. Once you arrive at Amsterdam Central station go towards the south exit and follow the signs for CS Tram Oostzijde. From there, get on tram 26 (destination IJburg). The first stop of the tram is at the cruise terminal and it is called Muziekgebouw Bimhuis.
Train schedule from Schiphol airport to Amsterdam Centraal