Amsterdam RAI Convention Center

Venue/City

Conference Venue

All SAP TechEd 2013 Amsterdam conference events and activities will take place at the Amsterdam RAI Convention Center. When registration opens in June you can take advantage of discounted hotel rates.

Amsterdam RAI has a rich history. Begun in 1893 as an association for the bicycle industry, it has become a leading international exhibition and conference organization.

Amsterdam RAI Convention Center
Europaplein, 1078 GZ, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

How to get to the Amsterdam RAI

Travel and Tour

TwoGo by SAP
Experience a completely new way of traveling. The TwoGo by SAP mobile app provides an easy and flexible way to find a shared ride using a desktop or mobile browser. Share a taxi to Amsterdam Schiphol airport, or home from your local airport, while networking, promoting sustainability, and reducing parking and travel costs. See how easy it is to use TwoGo by watching this short video. Create an account. Once you have registered, you can download TwoGo by SAP for use with iOS from the Apple store or for use with Android from Google Play. For more information, contact info@twogo.com or visit www.twogo.com.

NOTE: If you are driving to the event or to the airport and would like to offer a ride to another SAP TechEd attendee, identify yourself as the "Driver." If you need a ride to the event or to your local airport, identify yourself as the "Passenger." If you would like to share a taxicab from Amsterdam Schiphol airport to the RAI Convention Center, identify yourself as both the "Driver" and the "Passenger." Once TwoGo matches you with another SAP TechEd attendee, it will confirm which attendee is the "Passenger" and which is the "Driver." The attendee confirmed as the "Driver" is responsible for the taxicab fare.

About Amsterdam
From its modest beginnings as a fishing village in the 1200's on a river bed to its current role as a major hot spot for business and tourism, Amsterdam has a strong tradition as a center for culture and commerce. In the fall the trees turn golden hues and there is a pleasant chill in the air. The tourist crowds shrink and it's a great time to explore!

Amsterdam is known for its bicycles, lavish canal houses and gabled facades, but the city has many architectural treasures. From windmills and drawbridges to the Amsterdam School and cutting-edge modern design, explore Amsterdam’s most remarkable structures.

Amsterdam also is home to some of the country’s finest museums, including the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh MuseumAnne Frank House and the Hermitage Amsterdam.

Learn more about this lovely canal-side city. The link below is your key to unlocking all that is Amsterdam. The site includes discount deals and transportation information.

Visit www.iamsterdam.com >