The Hague, where the MABS25 Symposium will be held, is in easy reach of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport as well as Rotterdam The Hague Airport. When travelling from France, Germany or the United Kingdom it’s also convenient to travel by high speed train, with a transfer at Rotterdam Central Station.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
The most convenient wat to travel from Schiphol Airport to The Hague is by train. At Schiphol, the train station is situated underneath the Schiphol Plaza in the central hall of the terminal, where there are ticket desks and ticket machines. A one-way ticket (enkele reis) costs € 7,80 and a day return (dagretour) costs € 15,60. Direct trains to Den Haag CS run every fifteen minutes and the journey takes around 30 minutes.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport
You can travel from The Hague to the Rotterdam The Hague Airport on RandstadRail E and the Airport Shuttle (Bus 50). From The Hague’s Central Station take RandstadRail E to the Meijersplein stop. Transfer there to the Airport Shuttle (Bus 50). The bus rides directly to the airport.The shuttle bus rides every 15 or 30 minutes and provides a good connection for the metro and RandstadRail as well as the flight schedule at the airport.
The OV-chipcard is the most common system of paying for trams and buses throughout the Netherlands. Visit the website of HTM for more information about paying for public transport and the types of tickets available, including day tickets.
No special night rates apply in The Hague. It is often possible to hail a taxi in the street but you will also find special taxi stands at the train stations and various points throughout the city.
The address of the conference venue is:
The Hague Marriott Hotel
Johan de Wittlaan 30
The Hague, 2517 JR Netherlands