Location & Route
The program for Sunday 16 and Monday 17 will be held in the Ahoy, Rotterdam.
3084 BA ROTTERDAM
Limited public transport on Sunday mornings
NB: do you live outside Rotterdam? Early in the morning on Sundays (before 08:30), public transport to the Ahoy is limited.
Please calculate this into your planning, as it is important that you arrive in plenty of time to allow for the security checks. The Ahoy doors open at 07:30. Coffee, tea and cake are available. The program begins at 09:35.
If you do not have your own transport, you could consider carpooling. One option is to register your interest for carpooling via BlaBlaCar. Or you can place a request to travel with someone on our Facebookpage. Another option is to order a taxi via Uber.
The Ahoy is approximately 5 minutes walking distance from the train and bus station at Zuidplein. For more information about public transport, please see www.9292ov.nl and www.ret.nl.
Please remember that you need a Public Transport Chip Card (OV-chipkaart) to use the public transport system in Rotterdam. A disposable ticket for two metro journeys can be purchased at the entrance to the metro at Rotterdam Central Station. You can also order an OV-chipkaart via the RET webshop: www.ret.nl. Additional information about travelling with a chip card is also available on this website.
Travelling by car
The Ahoy is located conveniently near all the motorway exits. Once you are on the Ring Rotterdam-Zuid (A15), take the exit marked Ahoy and then follow the road signs for ‘Ahoy’.
Compassionate driving: it could be difficult for people who do not own a car to reach the Ahoy early on Sunday morning. If you have room in your car, would you consider offering someone a ride? You can place a message for fellow-travellers on our Facebook page.
Coming from Amsterdam/Den Haag: take the A4 until Den Haag. Then follow the A13, direction Rotterdam, followed by the A20, direction Hoek van Holland. Take the A4 through the Beneluxtunnel and then follow the A15 Ring Rotterdam-Zuid. Leave the A15 at the exit marked Ahoy. After exiting the motorway, follow the signs for ‘Ahoy’.
Coming from Utrecht: take the A12 until Gouda, then follow the A20, direction Rotterdam. On the A20 take the exit for the A16, direction Dordrecht/Breda. After the Brienenoordbrug take the Ring Rotterdam-Zuid, direction Zierikzee (A15). Leave the A15 at the exit marked Ahoy. After exiting the motorway, follow the signs for ‘Ahoy’.
Coming from Dordrecht/Breda: take the A16, direction Rotterdam. Then take the Ring Rotterdam-Zuid, direction Zierikzee (A15). Leave the A15 at the exit marked Ahoy. After exiting the motorway, follow the signs for ‘Ahoy’.
Coming from Zeeland/Roosendaal: take the A29 direction Rotterdam. Remain on the A29 until it ends – you will see road signs for the Ahoy. Then continue to follows the signs for ‘Ahoy’.
For an itinerary, please click here
Tickets for the Ahoy car park sell out very quickly. We advise you to order a parking ticket, which costs €17.50 per day, when ordering your tickets, or to order one via Ahoy website.
You can also park in the Zuidplein parking garage, which is located approximately 5 minutes walking distance from the Ahoy. Their current rates apply. You can also use one of the various P+R parking lots, such as the ones near the metro stations Slinge and Capelsebrug.
The latest travel and parking information and a travel planner are available on the Ahoy website.
Should you wish to stay in a hotel near the Ahoy, you can view some options via Hotel options.