This car park does not accept reservations through Parclick. However, you can book one of the nearby car parks that we offer you in the list.
Maximum height allowed≤ 3.5 m
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... Read more
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 :)
We have just found out that parking near Waterlooplein market is really difficult so, to help you get out of this particular pickle, use our valet service. You can opt for a 6-hour or 12-hour stay or, alternatively, a full day, for as many as 30 days. So, whether you are just here for whirlwind tour, for a whole day or splashing out on a longer holiday, we want to make sure you start the journey right! Simply, drive straight to the Waterlooplein and a professional driver will take care of your car, driving off to a safe and secure, guarded car park just outside the city centre. Parking in Amsterdam has never been so easy!
Featuring as part of the Amsterdam scene for over 130 years, this flea market is the perfect place to go to uncover the hidden treasures of the city. There are hundreds of stalls, covering everything you could possibly think of and more, and it is the perfect place to just lose yourself for an afternoon, looking for a unique purchase to spice up your wardrobe or your home and show your friends just how well-travelled and cultured you are ;)
It has undergone many changes over the years. A few years after its creation, the government decided that all the Jewish merchants were to use the square as their market. Obviously during WWII this became redundant and so it became a flea market for one and all and in the 60s it was revived during the age of the hippie. Stopped for various construction projects it returned in full force in 1988 and, with the new legal requirements, is now the high quality shopping haven that it is today!
It being the Jewish Quarter, you may well want to explore the rich history this part of the community has enjoyed over the years. The Jewish History Museum is right there and tells their story using a dynamic display of art and other items from the past as well as the JHM Children’s Museum, which is an interactive way to teach your children about what life in a Jewish family, the customs, the food, is like. There is also the Portuguese Synagogue, the Jewish Resistance Museum and the Monument to Jewish Resistance.
Leave the parking to us and head off to do some treasure hunting!
Drop off point: Waterlooplein 207, 1011 PG AmsterdamRead less