VALET PARKING - Honthorststraat 27

Honthorststraat, 27
About the car park
HOW IT WORKS: This is a valet parking service. Drive to the drop-off point at the address indicated on your reservation and the valet company staff will take charge of your vehicle, taking it to be parked in their guarded car park in the outskirts of Amsterdam, where it will remain until you ask for it to be returned. Remember! This is just the meeting point where the driver will collect your vehicle :) When visiting Amsterdam, the one and only thing we know for sure is that the soles of your feet must come into contact with this little piece of the earth we call Museum Square. Location is key and with the works of Vermeer, Rembrandt and Van Gogh all living next door to each other, this is about as prime as it gets. Get ahead of the game and don’t be the one circling around trying to find a parking space, when you could be immersing yourself in some of the finest artworks around. There is so much to see that you could easily spend the whole day in this square but if you want a change of scene, the surrounding area is just as interesting. So, it might be wise to book parking for the entire day, instead of getting sucked into paying the inflated hourly rates for parking on the street. Finding a parking space can be an epic journey in the city centre. Luckily, our valet service will spare you from wasting your precious time in this wonderful city. Drive straight to number 27, Honthorststraat where a professional driver will be waiting to take your car off your hands and away to a secure car park just outside the city centre. From then on the Amsterdam is your playground! We want to lend you a helping hand with a few ideas on what to do. Museumplein is home to the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum and the largest collection of Van Gogh paintings in a museum dedicated to his life’s work. MoCo Museum doesn’t quite operate on the same scale as those guys but is still definitely worth taking a look. The gallery owners have a wide network of personal connections that has allowed them to tempt out some hidden gems that have been kept away in people’s private collections. At the southern end of the square is one of the world’s top venues for classical music, the Royal Concertgebouw. Here they put on concerts of varying sizes, whether it be the grandeur of the Main Hall or the intimacy of the Choir Hall, each performance will pluck at your heartstrings. The locals love it here as you really have it all. You're only a short walk from Vondelpark and close to the high-end shopping area on P.C. Hooftstraat and if this isn't enough to satisfy your interest, there is also plenty of opportunity for chic dining and relaxing in one of the many hang-out spots. ◊ Move around The closest tram station is Rijksmuseum, from where you can take lines 2 and 5 to the central station. Or you can do as the Amsterdammers do and take a bike to visit other parts of the city. » To get here The drop-off point in the Old South at number 27, Honthorststraat (Oud-Zuid) is easy to get to, but it might be wise to drive with your sat-nav turned on too! Here’s a short description to give you an idea: Come off the A10 ring road onto the s106 and then head alongside Vondelpark and keep an eye out for Van Baerlestraat. Make your way onto Ruysdaelstraat street and then continue onto Honthorststraat street. Have you decided against the circling around option? Good choice, time to book that parking. There are a few additional products and services. Such as: • To have your car returned earlier than the agreed time or at a different location; €10 • To have your car returned after opening hours (7 am - 10 pm), it's an additional €50 • Car washRead less
Car park hours
monday to sunday 07:00 - 21:30
Car park entrance

Honthorststraat 27