Gustav Mahlerplein 29-35
1082 MS Amsterdam
For directions, please see further down this page
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Amsterdam Zuid Railway Station
The Symphony Building can be reached very conveniently by means of public transportation. The Amsterdam Zuid railway station is just 200 meters located from the Symphonys Offices building. Take exit Zuid (South) at the railway station. This will lead you to the Gustav Mahlerplein. The entrance of the Symphonys Offices building (brown/orange brick stone building) is across the street on the other site of the square.
Visit ns.nl and 9292.nl for up to date travel advice for trains and busses that service Amsterdam Zuid railway station.
From Railway Station Schiphol (Amsterdam Airport)
From railway station Schiphol you can take a train approximately every 6 minutes during office hours heading for railway station Amsterdam Zuid, travel time approximately 8 minutes.
Look for details at ns.nl.
From Amsterdam Central Station
- GVB metro 52, direction Zuid
During office hours: every 6 min., travel time appr. 10 min.
Other means of public transport servicing Amsterdam Zuid railway station
- GVB metro 50: Station Amsterdam Sloterdijk/ Isolatorweg - Gein
- GVB metro 51: Station Amsterdam Sloterdijk/ Isolatorweg - Amsterdam Centraal
- GVB, tram 5: Amstelveen Binnenhof - Van Hallstraat/ Westerpark
- GVB Bus 15: Station Amsterdam Zuid – Station Amsterdam Sloterdijk
- GVB Bus 62: Station Lelylaan - Station Amstel
- GVB Bus 65 Station Amsterdam Zuid - Station Amsterdam Amstel - KNSM-eiland
- More: see 9292.nl.
From Den Haag (The Hague)/Schiphol/Zaanstad/Haarlem
On A10 ring road south, take exit S108 Amsterdam. At the end of the exit go left. Directly after the first traffic lights turn left. This street is called De Boelelaan. After approximately 700 meters turn left on Buitenveldertselaan (road with tram tracks). After the first traffic light turn right into Gustav Mahlerlaan. After about 500 meters you will see the Symphony building on your right hand side orange/brown brick stone building). Directly behind the Symhony building turn right into Leo Smitstraat. The entrance to Symphony parking garage is on your right.
A10 ring road south, take exit S109 Amsterdam. At the end of the exit turn left, follow the signs WTC. Directly after the first traffic lights turn right. This street is called De Boelelaan. After approximately 700 meters turn right to Van Leijenberghlaan. At the first traffic lights turn left into Gustav Mahlerlaan. At approximately 100 meters you will see the Symphony building on your left hand side (orange/brown brick stone building). Ahead of the Symphony building turn left into Leo Smitstraat. The entrance to Symphony parking garage is on your right.