KIT Royal Tropical Institute
1092 AD Amsterdam
About the Royal Tropical Institute
KIT Royal Tropical Institute is an independent centre of expertise and education for sustainable development. It assists governments, NGOs and private corporations around the world to build inclusive and sustainable societies, informing best practices and measuring their impact. Guided by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations, its work focuses on health care, gender, economic development and intercultural cooperation.
How to get there by car
Take the Watergraafsmeer/Diemen (s113) exit from the A10 ring road. At the end of the road choose the exit heading to Centrum/Watergraafsmeer. Continue through via the Middenweg that turns into the Linnaeusstraat. The Royal Tropical Institute is located at the end of this street on the corner of Mauritskade.
Where is the nearest parking garage
1093 KP Amsterdam
From this parking garage you can take tram 19 and you will arrive to the KIT Royal Tropical Institute in two stops.
How to get there using public transport
The Tram stops Alexanderplein and Linnaeusstraat are both right in front of our building and are easy and quickly available:
From Amsterdam Central Station: tram 14 – tram stop Alexanderplein
From Amsterdam Sloterdijk: tram 19 – tram stop Alexanderplein
From Diemen: tram 19 – tram stop Linnaeusstraat 1e van Swindenstraat
Arriving at Schiphol Airport
NS (Dutch Railways) makes it possible to order and download an e-ticket from Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam Central Station (return and/or single fare). You can easily order and pay this e-ticket at the Netherlands Railways. This will make you avoid the long lines in front of the ticket distribution machines.
Using public transportation in or outside Amsterdam
Information on Amsterdam
More information on Amsterdam is available at Amsterdam Info.
More information and direct contact
Visit the website of KIT Tropical Institute
For questions: firstname.lastname@example.org /+31 (0) 20 568 8504