Second ENVRI week will be organized in hotel NH Zandvoort, Netherlands, May 9-13, 2016
The registration is closed. Please, contact Project Office if you still wish to participate.
We made a block reservation for our group in Hotel NH Zandvoort. The hotel room booking is done via our registration site. No need to further contact the hotel. Please be aware that the upgrade of hotel room can be only done upon availability.
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Detailed agendas of all the sessions will be introduced in upcoming weeks.
There is a train service from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Zandvoort aan Zee station. Take the train from the airport (NS sprinter, Platform 3) to Amsterdam Sloterdijk and then change trains (Platform 7) to Zandvoort aan Zee. The journey takes around 40 minutes.
From Amsterdam Centraal Railway station
Take a direct train (NS sprinter) to Zandvoort aan Zee station (30 minutes)
From the Zandvooort station
The Zandvooort station is just a ten-minute walk from the hotel. On leaving the station, turn right from Stationsplein onto Van Speijkstraat. At the end of the street (400 m), turn left onto Van Lennepweg. Continue along Van Lennepweg as it turns right to become Burgemeester van Alpenstraat. The hotel is 600 m further on along this street on your left.
POINTS OF INTEREST
- Boulevard Zandvoort (400m)
- Beach Zandvoort (1,5km)
- Kennemer Dunes National Park (6km) – The variation in vegetation is very broad leading to a wealth of flora and fauna. Alongside numerous foxes, deer and rabbits, the Kennemerdunen dunes are home to many species of birds, insects and amphibians. There are also different types of bat who sleep and hibernate in the old bunkers left behind after World War Two. To guarantee a sound natural balance, horses and cattle were released into the area several years ago.
- City of Haarlem (10 min. by train) – With its ancient buildings, cobbled streets and winding waterways, the medieval city of Haarlem is one of themost photogenic destinations in the Netherlands. Easily reachable by train, Haarlem is often referred to as a scaled-down version of its more famous neighbour.