12 Mar 2008: Passenger Terminal Expo preview
Attention: All passengers who still haven't book rooms, please do to Search for a Hotel Gate! The biggest international airport terminal conference and exhibition in Europe is set to land in Amsterdam on the 15th April 2008, so pack your luggage, buy the flight tickets and secure your accommodation or bed and breakfast.
The country which stold it's land from the sea, now is casting a glance towards the gorgeous blue sky above the rooftops - Holland will host the Passenger Terminal Expo in April 2008. The Amsterdams' edition will provide again an unrivaled opportunity for visitors to see and experience the very latest innovations for the passenger terminal industry. From baggage handling and security to passenger check-in and seating solutions. Many companies are using this exhibition as a platform to launch new products, services and technologies for passenger terminals. Airport and rail stations terminals, security, operations, construction and infrastructure, technical services and facilities maintenance, IT and systems integration are only a few of the sectors which will be involved in this year's exhibition and conference.
Usually visitors are attracted to Amsterdam for its relaxed charm emphasized by elegant, narrow fronted merchant's houses and enchanting canals, and this year in April, even more people will be coming for the Passenger Terminal Expo. So, in case you still haven't book a room for the show, it's time to do it now.
In Amsterdam you can find a range of simple accommodation as well as plenty of possibilities for special and highly luxurious stays. The city offers also many bed and breakfast options, so you can enjoy spending a night with an Amsterdam family, who prepare breakfast for you in the morning. Whatever kind of accommodation you choose you should know that the general standard is high and you will be assured of professionalism and friendly staff and you will find facilities aimed at making your stay as pleasant as possible. The locations of the accommodation also vary, from the bustling city center to conveniently close to Schiphol airport. Participants can be accommodated at a few minutes’ walking distance from central station, along a quiet canal or bang in the middle of the lively nightlife or the tourist center. The town is so compact that all locations can be quickly and easily reached, so my advice is to check out as much of the city as possible: from the Begijnhof to the Red Light District to the flower market to the green south and to the shopping heaven on Kalverstraat; and you definitely should found out the taste of what it would have been like to live in one of those regal canal houses (this of course can also be accommodation option for your stay in Amsterdam).
If you stay in a hotel near Dam Square (five minutes' walk south of the station) you will be right in the heart of the city however several other main points of Amsterdam will be within walking distance: Leidseplein and Museumplein (cultural life), Rembrandtplein (nightlife) and Spui (intellectual life). Even if you reach most places on foot, there's also an efficient public transport system covering almost the whole city, so the RAI exhibition center can be easily reached.
It's all your choice, just check the options, call your travel agent and fly to Amsterdam!
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