Parking in Amsterdam - APCOA Parking
 
 
 
 
 

Parking in Amsterdam: simple at APCOA PARKING

Park your car in an affordable parking location while you are in the capital. In Amsterdam, APCOA PARKING has various parking locations throughout the city. See which location suits the best for your purpose. Are you looking for a cheap parking location in the evening or at the weekend in the center? At APCOA PARKING Prins & Keizer you can park all night for only € 15 or a weekend day for only € 20.00. The weekend rate is also available in parking garage Heinekenplein.

Flow Parking

Closing today: 11:00 PM

per hour from 4 
Parking Albert Cuyp

Open all day

per 7 minutes from 0,50 
Parking Antartica

Open all day

per 60 minutes from 2,75 
Parking De Loodsen

Open all day

per 60 minutes from 3 
Parking Heinekenplein

Open all day

per 20 minutes from 2 
Parking Museum Quarter

Open all day

per 20 minutes from 1,60 
Parking Prins & Keizer

Open all day

per 15 minutes from 1,50 

Parking in Amsterdam: APCOA offers centrally located parking garages

APCOA operates several car parks in Amsterdam, serving the city centre and surrounding areas.  Our Amsterdam car park locations include Prins & Keizer,  Antartica, Heinekenplein, Museum Quarter and our De Loodsen site. 

Amsterdam is one of the most vibrant, varied, and cultured cities in Europe. Its signature canalside buildings are home to a true melting-pot of a population, combining dignified old Amsterdammers with trendy young urbanites and die-hard club kids. From the pounding night-time beats of Rembrandtplein to the bounteous art and culture of the Rijksmuseum, this is a city in which there is always something interesting to do. 

Our Heinekenplein and Prins & Keizer car parks are both convenient for the Rijksmuseum, which is just an 8-minute walk away. You’ll also find Amsterdam’s top theatres and concert halls close to our Prins and Keizer car park. The Carré and the Delamar Theater are an 11-minute walk from our Prins and Keizer location, and the Paradiso is 8 minutes away. The Dutch National Opera & Ballet (in the Stopera building) is accessible from Prins and Keizer car park. You can also park in Prins & Keizer for the Anne Frank House, the shops of the Kalverstraat, and the Leidseplein, the place in Amsterdam with the most popular bars and restaurants.

And if you want a beer after all that shopping, nightlife and culture, we recommend the Heineken Experience. Our parking Heinekenplein is right next to the Heineken Brewery and also close to the Albert Cuyp Market. From Museum Quarter you can easily reach the Concertgebouw, Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.