Contact information

PZZL.com is located in Amsterdam Science Park, also known as 'Silicon Polder'. The premises are highly suited to providers and other Internet companies, offering our servers a stable and high-speed Internet connection. Not an insignificant detail if you wish PZZL.com to host your puzzles (see also Technique).

Contact information
PZZL.com Global B.V.
Amsterdam Science Park
Kruislaan 400
1098 XH Amsterdam
Telephone: +31 20 888 45 45
E-mail: info@pzzl.com

Interested in a puzzle?
Are you interested in one of our products or services? Please phone or e-mail us free of obligations (see above for number and/or address) and ask for Peter Ritmeester. He can tell you more about the puzzle possibilities and cost estimates.


By public transport
From Amsterdam Central station: Take the train to Muiderpoort station (see below) or Amstel station (see below). Or take tram number 9 to the crossing of Middenweg and Kruislaan. From there it's one kilometer or fifteen minutes' walk.

From Amsterdam Muiderpoort station: Walk up the Insulindeweg and turn right at the Molukkenstraat. After you've crossed the bridge, turn left into the Oosterringdijk. Turn right at the complex of buildings (Kruislaan). PZZL.com and PZZL.com Global B.V. are located in the first building on the right.

From Amsterdam Amstel station: Bus number 40 runs twice an hour and takes you directly to us in ten minutes.

By car
All roads towards Amsterdam connect to the ring Amsterdam (A10). On the A10, take exit S113 (Watergraafsmeer) and turn left in the direction of Watergraafsmeer (Science Park is already indicated). You are driving the Middenweg now. Go right after 500 metres at the first real crossing with traffic lights. You are driving the Kruislaan now. Drive until the very end of this road, passing underneath a railroad viaduct. PZZL.com and PZZL.com Global B.V. are located in the last building on your left, number 419.



All major Dutch providers (and many foreign providers) are connected to the Internet through AMS-IX. Our building is located right next to the AMS-IX and has a direct glass fiber cable connection to it. This ensures us of a high-speed Internet connection free of interference.