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Station Schiphol Airport

Schiphol Airport railway station is a major passenger railway station in Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands. The station’s six platforms are accessible via twelve escalators and three elevators located in the main concourse of the airport (Schiphol Plaza). It connects the airport to Amsterdam and to various others cities in the Netherlands, as well as to Belgium and

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Duivendrecht Station

Duivendrecht is a 2 level train and metro station between Amstel and Bijlmer ArenA originally opened in 1993. Facilities at the station include AKO (newsagents), Albert Heijn To Go (mini-supermarket) and some snack bars.

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Amsterdam Zuid Station

This train and metro station is in the major Zuidas office district. Zuid station is useful for visitors coming from Schiphol airport who are staying in the southern area of the city.

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Amsterdam RAI Station

Train and metro station just east of Amsterdam Zuid station on the same Schiphol-Weesp rail line. RAI is the home of Amsterdam’s main exhibition and conference centre.

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Amsterdam Centraal Station

The Amsterdam Central Station Island already plays host to around a quarter of a million passengers a day. In a few years, this will have increased to 330,000. The decision to build the North/South (metro) Line was the principle reason to examine the position of the Station Island as a whole. It seemed a large-scale

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Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA Station

Bijlmer ArenA is a modern train and metro station complex south of Amstel re-opened in 2007 after a major refurbishment. The area includes the Amsterdam ArenA football stadium, the Heineken Music Hall, the Ziggo Dome, a Pathé multiscreen cinema and Arena Boulevard shopping outlets.

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Amsterdam Amstel Station

This station near the river Amstel (south-east of the centre) opened in 1939. The main hall has some interesting art-deco murals and a few shops including Bruna (newsagents), Albert Heijn To Go (mini-supermarket), ETOS (chemist) plus a Julia’s and Starbucks. Rail tickets can be purchased at the ticket machines or the NS Tickets & Service

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