Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
There are two cruise terminals in Amsterdam:
The cruise terminal in downtown Amsterdam is called Passenger Terminal Amsterdam. It is conveniently located in just a short walk east of Amsterdam Centraal Station.
Felison Terminal is located at the entrance to the North Sea. Visit www.felisonterminal.nl for a list of ships docking at this terminal
To Passenger Terminal Amsterdam: Take tram #26 from Amsterdam's central station to the cruise terminal. Luggage is permitted on this tram. Note: Most passengers walk 10 minutes from the train station to the cruise terminal.
To Felison Terminal: From Haarlem Train Station, take bus #385. Alternatively, from Sloterdijk Train Station, take bus #382.
Visitors to Amsterdam can purchase single or multi-day passes on the Amsterdam Hop-on Hop-off Bus and/or Boat. Prices start from about 20 euro for a one day pass on the hop-on bus only.
Popular attractions in Amsterdam include:
Access the Amsterdam Travel Guide for comprehensive tourist information.
The picturesque town of Haarlem is located directly west of Amsterdam. Located near the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, it is a good place to stay if your cruise is departing from Felison Cruise Terminal.
Access the Haarlem Holland Visitor's Guide for more information.
Map of Passenger Terminal Amsterdam
Map of Felison Terminal (in IJmuiden)
The official currency in the Netherlands is the euro.
Average daily temperatures in celcius are as follows:
Free WiFi is available at Passenger Terminal Amsterdam.