Changes with regard to parking facilities at Schiphol
Due to the construction of a new terminal and pier at Schiphol Airport, the P2 parking garage will be closed.
From now on, the best parking location is determined by the duration of your stay. In P1, three to six minutes’ walking from the terminal, you can park your car for up to 48 hours. You do not need to make a reservation for the use of this garage. If you need to park at the airport for more than 48 hours, Schiphol recommends that you make a reservation prior to your trip, ensuring there will be a parking space available for you.
You can use P3 (long-term parking), or P6 (valet parking). For P3, reservations are recommended, but not obligatory. Shuttle buses to the terminal run every five minutes. Valet parking (P6) is a new service at Schiphol and a good alternative for those used to parking in P2, as it is only a two-minute walk to the terminal. Schiphol’s short-stay and ‘holiday valet parking’ services are no longer available. Click here for more information about the changed parking facilities at Schiphol, or to make a reservation.
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