Sloterdijk Station in Amsterdam, the Netherlands


The striking Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station, located in the western area of Amsterdam is snugly situated amidst a vast business park which includes design and award winning buildings in Netherlands. The station serves 2 levels with 2 different rail lines from Amsterdam Centraal. Upper level trains head southwest of the country, and to Schiphol Airport which takes 10 minutes. Ground level trains go to Haarlem, Zaandam and on north. Metro line 50 and 51 are serviced at the Sloterdijk Station, as well on the ground level GVB trams and buses can be found going to various local and national destinations.

The current Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station opened up in 1983. The original station, opened in 1956, was built when Sloterdijk was a small town; it has grown to be a business area housing many government and telecommunications companies. The station operates for lines going from Amsterdam to Den Helder, Amsterdam to Schiphol, and the Hemboog has two lines from a separate entry. The station has an important metro line 50 which serves Isolatorweg to Gein stations as well as from Amsterdam up to North Nederlands. 36,000 commuter’s daily travel through this station.





















































Sightseeing near Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station

Besides Schiphol airport at 10.4 km away, the Rotterdam Airport is 55 km. The two nearest stations to Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station are underground stations De Vlugtlaan Station and Isolatorweg. Noteworthy point of interest in this area is the Amsterdam SDW Sportsclub Sportpark Spieringhorn.

Nearby Hotel Ibis Amsterdam City West is located here with rates upwards from 139 euro.


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Posted in: Routes on August 17, 2011. This beautiful post was written by


  1. Shahran Sam says:

    did u just collect information from the net or u took all the picture yourself? well, nice train niche collection u got here