To and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

A range of services are on offer to assist disabled visitors arriving into Amsterdam Airport Schiphol or departing from the airport, including airport caddies and wheelchair provision. Read more about assistance at the airport. A lift is available to the train platform and boarding/alighting assistance can be arranged in advance with the national railway service (NS). The NS also offers extensive information and additional services for disabled travellers.

Visiting city attractions

In Amsterdam itself, a number of buildings have been adjusted to accommodate wheelchair users. A few taxi companies offer special wheelchair taxis to transport visitors in wheelchairs comfortably around the city. Most museums and attractions are also accessible to wheelchair users and those who are partially sighted. Several canal cruise operators make use of wheelchair lifts, such as the Blue Boat Company. If you'd like to experience the city like a local, Star Bikes has a bicycle in its range designed especially to accommodate disabled visitors.

Other resources

The blog, written by a Dutch-British resident who uses mobility aids, offers accessibility reviews about major attractions and promotes wheelchair-friendly places, encouraging mobility-aid users to get the most out of the Dutch capital. Sage Traveling also provides helpful tips for wheelchair-accessible travel in Amsterdam.