Where can I get a customs stamp? - Airplane /

    Information about customs at Schiphol, Amsterdam airport can be found here.

    1. A customs office, at your EU airport of departure
      At most EU airports, customs offices are located at international departures, close to the check-in desks. Ask an airport employee to point you in the right direction. You can also check the airport website or contact their customer service before the day of your departure. 

      Please note that some European airports have digital tax free validation systems. These digital validation systems work only on receipts from stores from that specific country. To validate your receipts from other countries you can do two things: a. locate a customs office where they can provide a traditional customs stamp or b. go for option 2 mentioned below.

    2. A customs office, at your non-EU airport of arrival
      At your non-EU airport of arrival, you can get a stamp a the customs desk, often called 'declare your goods'. These offices are located between the bagage claim belts and the exit.

      You can also go to customs located in the departure halls close to check in. Ask an airport employee to point you in the right direction.

      Please note; if there is no date included in the stamp, please ask the customs official providing the stamp to write the date of entry with a signature next to the stamp.