Meeting us (by appointment only)

Scyfer is located at the first floor of building 400 (Matrix II) at Science Park in Amsterdam. Below you’ll find information on how to get there. Be sure you have our contact details with you, in case you need assistance.

Getting to Science Park

By Car

Take the ring road Amsterdam (A10). Exit “Watergraafsmeer/S113″, then follow the signs “Science Park”. On Middenweg at Kruislaan turn  right. After the train tunnel the name of this road is Science Park.

Parking

Amsterdam Science Park has a policy of overall paid parking. That means that there are parking charges for third parties: € 2.40 per hour. Time is calculated in steps of 5 minutes. The maximum charge for one day is € 17.20.

By taxi

There are taxi stops near the railway stations, or you can order one by telephone (020) 677 7777 or walk to the taxi stand in front of the station. From Amsterdam Central Station, it takes about 15 minutes to get to Science Park Amsterdam by taxi. In the Netherlands taxis are regulated, and therefore all have meters and in most taxis you can pay by debit card.

By Public Transport

There are several options.

  • From Amsterdam CS, train (track 10 or 11) to station Amsterdam Science Park (8 minutes).
  • Also from Amsterdam CS, tram 9 direction Diemen, Change at stop Kruislaan to bus 40.
  • Amsterdam Muiderpoort, train to station Amsterdam Science Park.
  • Amsterdam Amstel, bus 40 or 240 to station Amsterdam Science Park.

From both Amsterdam Central Station and Zwolle/Lelystad/Almere, four times an hour a train stops at Amsterdam Science Park. Just be sure you take a train-type “sprinter”. It takes 32 minutes to reach Schiphol Amsterdam International Airport. For further information, you can find a train planner and more information about the national railway services at the websites of the Dutch Railways or Public transport (train, metro, tram, bus).

When at Science Park

When entering the location from the tunnel, you will see the building is at your right hand side. The entrance is at number 400 and it is called the Matrix II entrance.

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