Information for visitors
At this page, you will find information about the public transport, parking and visiting Aalsmeer by boat and mooring places.
Take bus number 172 from Amsterdam or 198 from Schiphol Airport. Or take the train to Hoofddorp Station and then bus number 340 to Aalsmeer.
Amsterdam & Region Day Ticket
Explore Amsterdam and the surrounding area with an Amsterdam & Region Day Ticket: a special one-day public transport ticket, valid in metros, trams and buses operated by GVB, Connexxion and EBS. The ticket is also valid in Aalsmeer. It’s available from the VVV tourist office for €13.50.
Parking is available at most of Aalsmeer’s principle attractions. The town centre is a blue zone, which means you have to display a parking disc. Crown Studios Aalsmeer has a car park, for which charges apply.
Bicycle and boat hire
In Aalsmeer town centre you can hire bikes from Waning Tweewielers, Zijdstraat 5. For other bike rental possibilities, see the VVV tourist office website.
The sailing school, various marinas and other rental companies offer a variety of boats for hire. These addresses can also be found on the VVV website.
Visiting by boat and mooring places
Approaching from the Ringvaart, you can moor in Aalsmeer-Centrum at the quay on Praamplein. A fee applies for overnight mooring. Approaching from the Kleine Poel, you can moor at the Kolenhaven, behind the water sports club WV Nieuwe Meer. Apart from these public mooring places, various marinas also offer mooring for visitors.
There are four hotels in Aalsmeer and several B&Bs. You can also stay in a houseboat. For addresses, see the VVV tourist office website. The Rekreatiepark Aalsmeer marina and campsite on Uiterweg offers a variety of accommodation types, including wooden chalets, tipis and camping pitches.