The three LCAM labs are located in the Amsterdam region:

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Meibergdreef 9
1105 AZ Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Science Park 904
1098 XH Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Plesmanlaan 121
1066CX Amsterdam
the Netherlands
Dr. Eric Reits
Tel +31 –(0)20–566 6259
Prof. dr. Dorus Gadella
Tel +31 –(0)20–525 6225
Dr. Kees Jalink
Tel +31-(0)20-512 6242
3rd Floor-M3 & L3 2nd Floor-Rooms A2.34-A2.44 5th floor-B5
www.lcam-amc.nl www.lcam-fnwi.nl www.lcam-nki.nl




Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands, became a metropolis since the second half of the sixteenth century. Amsterdam now hosts more than 750,000 residents from 175 different countries. 37% of the population belong to an ethnic minority. There is an open and tolerant atmosphere in the city.  Amsterdam has a temperate climate with mild winters, cool summers and precipitation throughout the year. A good climate for the city makes it  easy to visit throughout the year.

In the city you can discover something new each time, did you know that aside from 6 windmills there are 600,000 bicycles? In one of the 51 museums is very much to see and enjoy.

For more info about Amsterdam click here 

Suggestions for hotels in the neighborhood of the university (=Sciencepark) are:

NH-Hotels Tropen, Linnaeusstraat, 2c. 1092 CK Amsterdam        http://www.nh-hotels.nl
Casa400, Eerste Ringdijkstraat 4, 1097 BC Amsterdam,        http://www.hotelcasa400.nl/

And if you want to go for low budget:
Stayokay Amsterdam Zeeburg, Timorplein 21,  1094 CC Amsterdam,  www.stayokay.com

But there are also nice hotels in or near the city centre, such as:
Hampshire Hotel – Lancaster Amsterdam, For more details about the hotel click here