How to get here

ITA, located at the Leidseplein 26, is easily accessible by public transport, car and bicycle.

How to get here

Public transport

You can travel to ITA (stop: Leidseplein) on tram 2, 11 and 12 (from Amsterdam Central Station), on tram 5 (from Station Zuid), on tram 19 (from Station Sloterdijk) and tram 1 (from Muiderpoortstation). Tram 7 also stops on het Leidseplein, as well as bus routes 282, 283, 284, 288. It is also possible to take Metro 52 (North-South route) with approx. a ten-minute walk from the Vijzelgracht stop.

Download the GVB-app for up-to-date information on your tram journey.

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By bicycle

If you are coming by bike, there are designated bicycle bays for you to park in. In addition there is an underground bike parking garage on het Leidseplein under the Kleine Gartmanplantsoen and the nearby bicycle boat on de Lijnbaansgracht (next to de Melkweg).

Go to the bike parking rules

By car

The Leidseplein is car-free.

You can park your car at a P + R location on the outskirts of the city or use the ITA parking deal with the nearby parking garage Q-Park Europarking. This way you are assured of a safe parking space at a 10-minute walk.

Go to the Q-Park Europarking deal

By taxi

The Leidsebrug taxi rank is a one-minute walk from ITA.

The taxis of the Authorized Taxi Organizations (TTOs) recognized by the municipality can be recognized by the TTO roof lights.

Handicapped parking card

Free parking is available for Amsterdam residents with a National Parking Exemption (LPO) or a European disabled parking card (EGP). A day pass is available for visitors to the city. This can be collected at Cition Parking Management.

overview of disabled parking places in Amsterdam