Practical information

For a visit to Amsterdam!

How do you get from Duinrell to Amsterdam?

By car, it is about a 50-minute drive from Duinrell to Amsterdam. Parking in Amsterdam is just pretty expensive. There are several car parks and streets where you can park. The rates differ per area. There are also several P+R parking locations. At those locations you can park and then transfer to public transport. If you show your OV-chip card when paying for parking at those locations, you will pay an adjusted rate. Would you rather not take the car to Amsterdam? Then you can also use public transport. The average travel time from Duinrell to Amsterdam is 1 hour and 25 minutes. From Duinrell, catch a bus to Leiden, The Hague or Voorschoten. Once you arrive at one of these nearby stations, you can catch a train to Amsterdam Centraal. Plan your journey in advance via 9292.

Transport in Amsterdam

There are several ways to get from A to B in Amsterdam. Rent a bike, for example. By bike, you can easily get anywhere in the city. There are many places in the city where you can rent a bike. hire. If you prefer to use public transport, you can of course do that too. In Amsterdam, you can also get around easily by public transport. Tip: do you want to use public transport a lot? You will save many euros if you use a day ticket.

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Parking

You can park a maximum of one car per camping pitch or Duingalow. Are you coming with more than one car? Please report this to the Duinrell reception upon arrival. Parking an extra car costs €15 per day (on P1/P2 €15 per day or exit). At the 8-person Premium Plus Duingalow and Luxe Lodgetent you can park an extra car for free.