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Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage

Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage is a defining landmark, situated in the historic city centre. The combination of the central location, typical Amsterdam architecture, very high standards and years of experience with international conferences and events. This combination makes Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage one of the most desired conference centres.

  • Historic venue for up to 1,300 delegates
  • Centrally located in the heart of Amsterdam
  • Years of experience in organizing meetings, conventions and events
Address:
Damrak 243
1012ZJ Amsterdam
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Former exchange turned event venue

Originally designed as a stock exchange in 1903, this beautiful monument has, in the last five years, been transformed into a desired conference location in the heart of Amsterdam.

Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage is a unique, internationally focused conference centre, offering a wide variety of halls and meeting rooms. The venue is perfect for welcoming international conferences, dinners, receptions and exhibitions of up to 1,300 delegates. The highlight of the Dutch architecture combines its rich history with modern, state-of-the-art technology.

Centrally located and easily accessible

The Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage is very easily accessible. The venue is five minutes walking distance from Amsterdam Central Station and fifteen minutes by train from Schiphol International Airport. In the immediate vicinity are a large number of hotels for conference participants or meeting guests. Plus, sufficient parking space is offered in one of the four large garages, all within walking distance.

Contact

Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage
Damrak 243
1012ZJ Amsterdam
The Netherlands

T +31 20 531 33 55
[email protected]
W www.beursvanberlage.com

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