In Amstelveen, you can park free of charge at various locations. Amstelveen also has various blue zones and zones where you need to pay to park.
Paid parking applies in a few zones in Amstelveen. The fees and maximum parking time differ per zone. Near the Stadshart (city centre) area in Amstelveen, the fees in certain zones are high. The fee to park four hours is always €16 in this zone. There are also certain short-term parking zones where you can only park for a short period of time. Information on the applicable parking rate and the applicable parking time is provided on the following webpage: Paid parking areas or on the parking meters/machines in the zones concerned.
Parking is free of charge on the following national holidays:
- 1 January
- Easter Sunday
- Easter Monday
- Ascension Day
- King’s Day
- Liberation Day, 5 May
- Pentecost Sunday
- Pentecost Monday
- Christmas Day, 25 December
- Boxing Day, 26 December
The Stadshart area has three parking garages:
- Stadsplein (€0.50 for every 13 minutes)
- Schouwburg (€0.50 for every 15 minutes)
- Handelsplein (€0.50 for every 15 minutes)
The parking garages are indicated on the Parkeergebieden Stadshart (Stadshart parking zones) map.
You may have the right to a parking permit if you live or work in a paid parking zone.
Parking facilities for disabled persons
You will find clearly marked disabled parking spaces in and around shopping centres in Amstelveen. If you have a valid disabled parking card, you can use these parking spots free of charge. The card must always be clearly visible when parked in a disabled parking space.
A maximum parking time applies for a few of the disabled parking spaces. This is always indicated on the disabled parking space sign. A blue parking disc is mandatory when parking in these parking spaces.
The applicable parking fee must be paid when parking in a paid parking space. You can also use a digitalised Disabled parking permit