ITA, located at het Leidseplein, is easily accessible by public transport, car and bicycle.
Below you will find more information.
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 an approx. 10-minute walk from the Vijzelgracht stop.
The inner city of Amsterdam is not particularly car-friendly. If you still like to come by car, you can download the route descriptions (pdf) here. In the center of Amsterdam, paid parking applies everywhere until 24:00, even on Sundays.
If you are coming by bike, there are designated bicycle bays for you to park in. In addition there is a secure bicycle store on het Leidseplein (next to Paradiso) and the nearby bicycle boat on de Lijnbaansgracht (next to de Melkweg).
Car & taxi
The area around het Leidseplein offers little or no parking possibilities in the road. It is advised to park in one of the surrounding parking garages: Byzantium, Museumplein or Marnixstraat.
The taxi rank Leidsebrug is a 2-minute walk away.