The Prinsengracht in Amsterdam is named after the Prince of Orange and is the fourth of the four main canals belonging to the canal belt. The Prinsengracht runs parallel to the Keizersgracht in the Center. There are many monuments and monumental canal houses on the Prinsengracht.
Cycling is inextricably linked to the character of Amsterdam, there are many cycle paths that lead to the Prinsengracht . For more information visit the website https://www.amsterdam.info/nl/prinsengracht/
General information parking PrinsengrachtAmsterdam is a busy city with little space for cars and expensive parking fees.
Avoid the crowds, searching kilometers and expensive parking meters.
MOBIAN offers various options for parking near Prinsengracht; these can be reserved online. Check availability and prices via the MOBIAN booking tool on this page.
Parking at MobiHubs around PrinsengrachtThere are various MobiHubs around Prinsengracht where visitors, residents and companies can park cheaply in a safe, clean and affordable parking space.
You will find the parking locations in different zones in the city. By using the MobiHub you can switch from your car to a bicycle. Park and Ride Amsterdam is an easy way to avoid the traffic. The large network of cycle paths and traffic lights makes cycling in Amsterdam clear and safe. Wearing a bicycle helmet is not mandatory.