Filling 15 halls at the RAI with over 1,300 exhibitors, ISE features the world’s leading producers of AV products, technologies and solutions.
1078 GZ Amsterdam
Hotel Okura Amsterdam
Ferdinand Bolstraat 333
1072 LH Amsterdam
Registration is only available online.
Up to 10 February:?
EUR?119.83 + VAT =?EUR 145
(Ticket valid for all four show days)
From 11 February onwards: EUR?144.62 + VAT =?EUR 175 (Ticket valid for all four show days)
Onsite registration is also possible during the show on one of the registration desk computers.
ISE 2020 opening hours
Tuesday 11 February
10:00* – 18:00
Wednesday 12 February
09:30* – 18:00
Thursday 13 February
09:30* – 18:00
Friday 14 February
09:30* – 16:00
*Hall 15 will open 30 minutes before these times each morning.
Getting to the Show
Getting there by train The RAI station is 300 metres from the RAI Amsterdam. Trains run regularly from Amsterdam Duivendrecht station, Amsterdam.
Trains also run from Amstel station and Schiphol Airport station, which are connected to the international intercity network. https://www.ns.nl/en
Getting there by car
The RAI is situated alongside the Amsterdam’s A10 orbital motorway and has its own underground car park with other car parks nearby offering free shuttle services.
For an overview map of the RAI, including the location of car parking places, click here.
Underground & Bus
To get to RAI Amsterdam from Amsterdam Amstel Station, take Metro line 51, which also connects to Amsterdam Centraal Station. The easiest way to get to the RAI Amsterdam from Amsterdam Sloterdijk is to take Metro line 50. Metro line 52 serves a newly built station at Europaplein, immediately in front of the RAI. Trains from Centraal Station take just eight minutes.
For more detailed travel advices, please visit https://9292.nl/en.
Due to the business nature and congestion at ISE, children under the age of 16 are not permitted to attend installation, show days or break down. Young adults aged 16-18 must register, pay appropriate fees and be accompanied by an adult.