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Parking at the RAI complex is easy and affordable. Our multi-storey car park is easily accessible thanks to its location next to the A10 highway, exit 9 (Amsterdam Rivierenbuurt) and has 3,200 parking spaces. During large-scale events, the outside areas also become available, which expands parking capacity to 5,000 parking spaces. Are you going to spend a day in Amsterdam or do you have an appointment in the city? Park in one of our garages and travel onwards from RAI Amsterdam by tram, metro, bus, train, bike or on foot. Book Parking online
Pay your parking ticket by license plate. You will not receive a ticket, the exit barrier will open automatically. You can choose for a receipt
The main entrance of the parking garages is P1/2/3, follow P - RAI 1-6
The regular opening hours of the parking garages are from 07:00 to 24:00, this will be adjust when it is needed for the events
The vertical clearance of the P1/2/3/7 garages is 1.90 m, for the P4 it is 2.70 m
Kiss&ride. You can leave our garages for free within 30 minutes
People cannot stay on the grounds of the RAI overnight
The RAI is not responsible for parked vehicles
Trailers are not allowed in the parking garages
The parking garages and car park belonging to the RAI are equipped with a parking system with automated barrier gates. An exit ticket can be purchased from the ticket machines. Simply scan the ticket to leave the car park.
There are 20 charging points for electric cars in the P1 garage and 20 in the P4 garage. Charging costs € 0.24 per kW plus the fee for use of the garage. Charge points cannot be reserved.
The use of roller skates, skateboards, airboards, hoverboards, scooters, driving electric/motorised vehicles and bicycles/mopeds is not permitted during an Event or its build-up/breakdown. Damage, including consequential damage, caused by the use of such means of transport can be recovered from the user.