The Dutch station of Amsterdam RAI, opened in 1981, is located in Amsterdam in the district of the modern RAI Congress Centre, in the southern part of the city. This station is connected to Amsterdam Central Station, which is only 10 minutes away, and to Schiphol Airport, a 9-minute journey away. There are two trains every hour for Duivendrecht, Weesp, Almere, Hilversum and Utrecht. All the trains are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen N.V. The building that houses Amsterdam RAI station offers facilities for passengers with reduced mobility as well as cafés, shops, ticket offices, Wi-Fi and a waiting room. There is also an underground station connecting passengers to the city centre, where there is much to see, including the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, Dam Square, the Nemo Museum, the Old Church, the canals, the Maritime Museum and the Amsterdam Hermitage Museum.
|Duration||First and last train||Trains per day|
|To Amsterdam Schiphol Airport||9m||0:06 – 23:53||70|
|To Amsterdam-Centraal||27m||0:06 – 23:53||106|
|To Utrecht Centraal||40m||0:06 – 23:36||101|
|To Rotterdam Centraal||41m||0:06 – 23:53||71|
|To Den Haag HS||49m||0:06 – 23:53||70|
|To Antwerpen-Centraal||1h 22m||6:08 – 22:53||31|