Travel Information

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Travel from Schiphol Airport – Rembrandtplein

By train:
A one-way train ticket from Schiphol to Amsterdam Central Station will cost about €4,- (2nd class).

For the most up-to-date information on public transport in the Netherlands, please check www.9292.nl/en

From Amsterdam Central Station you can travel to Rembrandtplein with tram 4 or 9 and get off at Rembrandtplein. Or take tram 16 or 24 and get off at Muntplein. From there it’s a five minute walk to Rembrandtplein. You can also travel by subway ('Metro') line 54 direction Gein and get off at stop Waterlooplein. From there it’s a ten minute walk to Rembrandtplein.

By taxi:
A taxi from Schiphol Airport to the Rembrandtplein will cost about €55,- 

Public Transport 
On and around Rembrandtplein there are various tram and bus stops. An OV Chip Card is necessary to travel by bus, tram and subway ('Metro'). You can purchase an anonymous card at Central Station, all subway stations, tobacco shops and supermarkets. An anonymous card is valid for five years and costs €7,50. You have to charge this card and can always recharge it after. It’s also possible to buy temporary cards. These cards vary from 1 hour to 168 hours and vary in price from €2,60 to €29.

Don’t forget to check in and especially to check out, because forgetting to do so will cost you money. For information on bus, tram and train timetables you can call 0900-9292 or check this website. For prices and timetables of trains you can check the website of national rail company NS. For trains abroad call NS Hispeed (0900-9296) or check their website.

Taxi
There is a taxi stand on Muntplein, as well as numerous other taxistands through the city. You can also hail a taxi in the street, though this is not common practice. To order a taxi by phone call the following general number: (020) 7777777.

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IDFA relocates festival heart to Amstel September 16, 2014 | This year’s IDFA will for the first time be focused around the Amstel river. The main festival locations Pathé Tuschinski, Pathé de Munt, EYE and De Brakke Grond remain, but the festival buzz will move to Café de Jaren and Café Swych on Amsterdam’s Nieuwe Doelenstraat.
IDFA to present themed program on The Female Gaze September 9, 2014 | During the upcoming festival, IDFA will present a themed program on the role of women in documentary called The Female Gaze. Fifteen leading international female directors, including Pirjo Honkasalo, Barbara Kopple and Kim Longinotto, have put together a program of old and new documentaries by themselves and other female directors.
IDFA Bertha Fund introduces European program September 1, 2014 | The IDFA Bertha Fund is launching a new program: IDFA Bertha Fund – Europe. The new program will support the production and distribution of documentaries realized through co-productions between European producers and producers from developing countries.

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IDFA's festival heart will move from the Rembrandt square to the Amstel river for the 2014 edition: http://t.co/1B03PNxxs5
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RT @Lauravpress: IDFA welcomes Café De Jaren and Bar Swych as the new festival hangouts
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