The 10th conference of The World Mycotoxin Forum will be held in the ‘Beurs van Berlage’, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The Beurs van Berlage – the former stock exchange building built in 1903 – is situated right in the historic city centre of Amsterdam. The building was designed by one of the most famous architects in the Netherlands, Hendrik Petrus Berlage. Together with five artists of his time he created a building where various art disciplines formed a single equal unity. The unique monumental value, enriched details and vibrant architecture holds many treasures and stories to tell. Berlage’s building was once a place where goods and grains were traded. Merchants met here to close deals and share information with each other. Nowadays, the Beurs van Berlage is one of the most desired places for international conferences to inform and inspire each other in the heart of Amsterdam.
Arriving by plane, it is most convenient to take the train from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to the station Amsterdam Central. The train is leaving directly from the airport. You can plan your trip at http://www.ns.nl/en (enter from “Schiphol Airport” to “Amsterdam Central”; travel time about 15 minutes). From the train station “Amsterdam Central” it’s a 5-minutes walk to the Beurs van Berlage. Please do not take a taxi from the airport to Amsterdam. This is very expensive and very often unlicensed drivers are involved.
Going to the venue by car is not recommended. The parking space is very limited in the area; in addition, the area is a paid parking zone.