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Routebeschrijving auto
Gebruik het adres "Strawinskylaan 2999, 1077 ZX Amsterdam" wanneer u gebruik maakt van een navigatiesysteem. Dit is het adres van onze parkeergarage.

Den Haag, Rotterdam, Schiphol
Neem de A4 richting Amsterdam, neem de A10 richting Ring Oost: Amersfoort en neem vervolgens de afslag s108 Buitenveldert. Ga links naar de Amstelveenseweg, ga links naar De Boelelaan, ga links naar Buitenveldertselaan en sla rechtsaf naar de Strawinskylaan. De ingang van onze parkeergarage bevindt zich aan uw rechter zijde.

Neem de A2 richting Amsterdam, neem de A10 richting Ring West: Den Haag/Zaanstad en neem vervolgens de afslag s109 Amsterdam RAI. Ga links naar de Europaboulevard, ga rechts naar De Boelelaan, ga rechts naar Buitenveldertselaan en sla rechtsaf naar de Strawinskylaan. De ingang van onze parkeergarage bevindt zich aan uw rechter zijde.

Neem de A1 richting Amsterdam, neem de A10 richting Ring West: Den Haag en neem vervolgens de afslag s109 Amsterdam RAI. Ga links naar de Europaboulevard, ga rechts naar De Boelelaan, ga rechts naar Buitenveldertselaan en sla rechtsaf naar de Strawinskylaan. De ingang van onze parkeergarage bevindt zich aan uw rechter zijde.

Per vliegtuig
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Openbaar vervoer
Neem de trein naar Station Amsterdam-Zuid. Vanaf het perron is het maximaal 5 minuten lopen naar ons kantoor:
Verlaat het perron via de "Parnassusweg / VU" uitgang; dit is de tegenovergestelde richting van de stationshal. Neem de trap naar beneden en ga direct naar rechts. Vervolg de route onder de snelweg door en ga de eerste straat rechts. Het Atrium bevindt zich aan uw linkerzijde. Gebruik de Zuidtoren ingang.

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Atrium - Parnassusweg 737
1077 DG Amsterdam
Postbus 94700
1090 GS Amsterdam
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