Venue

AMSTERDAM – ZNSTD
TAETS ART AND EVENT PARK
Hemkade 18 (Hembrugterrein)
1506 PR Amsterdam – Zaandam
The Netherlands

Geospatial World Forum 2019 will be hosted in a unique event location located on the magnificently beautiful national heritage site at the Amsterdam North Sea Canal. The buildings of Taets are part of the industrial heritage on the Hembrug terrain, a monumental industrial terrain dating from 1897. The terrain has grown into a creative hotbed, to which craftsmanship and sustainability are central. On the Hembrug terrain, you can eat and drink, shop, visit a museum or take a look at the craftsmen studios. We look forward to hosting you in this spectacular industrial and historic venue!

Please note, the venue is not disabled-friendly. You may write to us for any assistance.

Discover Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the capital and most populous municipality of the Netherlands. The city has a population of 851,373 within the city proper, 1,351,587 in the urban area, and 2,410,960 in the Amsterdam metropolitan area. It is located in the province of North Holland in the west of the country. The metropolitan area comprises much of the northern part of the Randstad, one of the larger conurbations in Europe, with a population of approximately 7 million.

Eat and Drink

Amsterdam certainly holds its own on the restaurant front, offering a culinary melting pot reflective of the city itself. Restaurants offer everything a hungry visitor craves: from Indonesian to tapas, and from Mediterranean to modern Dutch. When it comes to bars, it’s impossible to walk for more than 50ft in the city without stumbling across a cosy café or specialty bar, and indeed watching the world go by from the comfort of a canal side terrace bar is one of the most pleasurable ways to while away an afternoon in Amsterdam.

Things To do

Home to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, Museumplein is the cultural beating heart of Amsterdam. Having recently been renovated to a world class standard, the leafy 19th century district of Oud-Zuid is an art lover’s utopia, and the open square between the buildings pulses with activity all day; with open-air exhibitions, markets and a large paddling pool to dip your toes into on warmer days. In the winter months, the square transforms with a vast outdoor ice rink. Created in the 17th century to keep the sea at bay, Amsterdam’s UNESCO protected canal belt is the quintessential picture-postcard vision of Amsterdam, and an unbelievably pretty sight by both day and night - when the bridges are lit up by fairy lights and the whole area takes on a magical feel. Floating along the canals by guided boat tour is a great way to get under the fabric of the city.