Location + Accommodations
Cloud Foundry Summit Europe will take place at World Forum on Wednesday & Thursday, September 11 & 12, 2019.
The Hague Marriott Hotel
Johan de Wittlaan 30
The Hague 2517 JR Netherlands
A block of rooms has been secured for attendees at The Hague Marriott Hotel, which is a short walking distance from the World Forum. Guest rooms are available at 169/night Euro + applicable taxes. The discounted room rate is available until Thursday, August 8, 11:59pm Central European Time. We encourage you to book your reservation quickly, as rooms are subject to availability.
If you have any questions related to the room block or conference hotel, please email email@example.com.
Getting to the World Forum
From Rotterdam-The Hague (RTM)
Estimated Taxi Cost: 30 – 40 Euro
Estimated Time by Taxi: 20 – 30 minutes
From Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)
Estimated Taxi Cost: 75 – 100 Euro
Estimated Time by Taxi: 30 – 40 minutes
World Forum is easily accessible by public transport. Within walking distance are various tram stops.
From Amsterdam Airport Schiphol:
Schiphol Station is a 2-minute walk from Arrivals located directly below the airport. Purchase a ticket to The Hague Central Station (CS), cost € 8-10, at either the Train tickets & Services desk or at the yellow and blue automatic ticket machines. Then take the stairs, escalator or lift down to the platforms. A direct train is roughly 30 minutes from the airport to The Hague Central Station.
From The Hague Central Station (CS):
Take tram no. 16 direction Statenkwartier. You get off at the Statenplein stop. The walk is roughly 9 minutes to World Forum. Check the maps widget below to show the route by foot to World Forum. You can enter Zipcode 2582 EX to check the route.
Additional transportation information can be found on the World Forum website.
World Forum has its own spacious parking garage. It is located adjacent to World Forum so you arrive directly at the theater. The maximum vehicle height for the garage is 2.00 metres.
- Per hour € 3.75
- Day ticket (12 hours) € 14.00
About The Hague
Welcome to the ‘Royal City by the Sea’!
Top Things to Do
Madurodam – Miniature city Madurodam in The Hague is the perfect place to discover what makes Holland so unique. Canal houses, flower-bulb fields, cheese markets, windmills, the Peace Palace and Delta Works.
The Hague Market – The biggest outdoor market in Europe. The Hague Market is locally pronounced as the ‘Haagse Mart’ and is located on Herman Coster street. You can buy just about everything here on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Approximately 25,000 people visit the Hague Market each market day.
The Ooievaart – The canal boat trip of The Hague. Get to know The Hague from a unique perspective while being told many interesting facts. The boat departs from the Bierkade all year round. During the 90-minute trip you will see several highlights that include the stately houses along the Mauritskade and Hooikade, the Palace Gardens and the Malieveld.
If you’re not an EU resident, we recommend that you check with your local government for information on required documents and arrangements you’ll need for travel to Europe. If you need a letter to accompany your visa application confirming your attendance at Cloud Foundry Summit Europe, request it here.
Visa letter requests should be made 90 days prior to an event and may be submitted no fewer than two weeks prior to the event. The Linux Foundation cannot guarantee that letters will be provided in response to requests submitted fewer than two weeks prior to an event though we will make every effort to process them.
Convince Your Boss
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Join an intimate gathering of your peers in The Hague to build the future with Cloud Foundry as part of your multi-platform strategy — including containers, serverless and integrating technologies like Kubernetes, Istio, Envoy and more while meeting face-to-face with the global Cloud Foundry developer community. It’s the best place to learn or hone your Cloud Foundry skills.
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