Travel & Stay
De Ceuvel in Amsterdam North
Everything at Ceuvel Swing Camp and that means parties, meals as well as workshops, takes place at or around the Ceuvel. The Ceuvel is an experiment in urban sustainability: everything is built out of local recycled materials, every roof is full of solar panels and every office cleans it’s own discarded water.
How to get around?
Cycling – You can rent bicycles throughout the city, and prices usually start at about €10 a day. Or find a someone with a Dutch OV-Chipkaart to rent one for €3,85 a day.
Public transport – All of the venues for the Camp are located within walking distance of each other. Use 9292.nl or google maps to tell you how to get there.
Where to stay?
Despite the name of the weekend, no camping on the terrain is allowed. Here’s a small list of hostels and hotels nearby.
- Camping Vliegenbos
- NH-hotel Noord – very nearby, but can (most of the time) only be booked 3 months in advance
- Asile Flottant – a floating hotel at the Ceuvel
- Clink Noord Hostel
- BUNK Hotel – A recently opened hotel in a renovated church; also has hostel pods.
- Find a host in our Facebook group