Hogeschool van Amsterdam
1091 GH Amsterdam
+31 20 595 4955
1091 GH Amsterdam
The EcommerceWiki Week is being held at the Hogeschool Van Amsterdam (HVA). This location is easy to access by car, bike and public transport.
Plan your trip
How can I reach the Hogeschool van Amsterdam by public transports?
If you plan to join by public transportation, the easiest way is to travel to Amsterdam Centraal Station or Amsterdam Amstel. From there, the university is reachable by metro 51, 53 & 54 to Weesperplein metro station. From here, it is a 3-minute walk from the metro station to HVA.
Travelling by car
If you decide to come by car, you can park. Parking costs are € 4 per hour and € 30 for a full day. It is cheaper to park at a P+R spot in Amsterdam and continue on to HVA using the Metro. For more information, please visit
Ride a bike to class
There is nothing more Dutch than cycling to university! If you booked a hotel near HVA, it’s a good idea to cycle your way to class.
There are plenty of bike rentals such as MacBike and Yellow Bike. Usually, your hotel can also help you with making your reservation.
Where can I stay in Amsterdam?
Although Located in the center of Amsterdam and bordering the city's trendy and exciting east neighborhood, Hyatt Regency Amsterdam connects business with pleasure, and city with nature. We benefit from a discount at the hotel, that you can enjoy if you wish to stay there during the event.
What else is there to do in Amsterdam?
Are you staying in Amsterdam to attend the EcommerceWiki Week? There are plenty of things to see and do nearby - whatever your interest! Below you find a selection of activities to look for in the city. All information can also be found on the website of.
Alternative tip: Escape the crowds at Amsterdam's biggest museums by checking out some of the city's lesser known - but no less worthy - museums, such as FOAM photography museum , the spectacular Tropenmuseum , and the Willet Holthuysen , where you can explore the perfectly preserved home of a wealthy ‘Golden Age’ family.
Eat a herring or get warm stroopwafels at the Albert Cuypmarkt The Albert Cuypmarkt is the largest and most popular outdoor market in the Netherlands. With 260 stands operating six days a week, selling everything from Vietnamese spring rolls, Dutch herring to freshly made stroopwafels its easy to see why! The market is easily accessible from HVA as its only 3 tram stops away. By foot, it is approx. a 20-minute walk.