Public Transport in Amsterdam

Amsterdam Public Transport is well organized, swift and frequent. The tram, bus or metro takes you anywhere at a reasonable price.

Amsterdam is a compact city and most attractions and museums are within walking distance of each other, yet it is quite nice to ride the tram. Sit back while soaking up the sights along the route.

Public Transport Pass

A Public Transport Day Pass is handy for tourists who like to ride the trams in Amsterdam. True to say, Amsterdam is a compact city and many sights are within walking distance of each other, yet a tram ride is fun and if you want to visit the Amsterdam suburbs a Day...

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Amsterdam Metro

Like many other metropolises Amsterdam, too, has a metro, but with a difference. The Amsterdam metro was built only in 1977 and has just two underground stations and four lines. The metro fans out from Centraal station to the suburbs, Bijlmer, Amstelveen and Diemen....

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Hop-on Hop-off Bus Amsterdam City Sightseeing Tour

Hop-on hop-off bus tour and enjoy the sights of Amsterdam hassle-free! Discover the city at your own pace and hop off wherever you like and wherever you like. Visit a museum or amble along the canals, then hop on again to the next point of interest. Sit back and enjoy...

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Public Transport Pass

A Public Transport Day Pass is handy for tourists who like to ride the trams in Amsterdam. True to say, Amsterdam is a compact city and many sights are within walking distance of each other, yet a tram ride is fun and if you want to visit the Amsterdam suburbs a Day...

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Tour Amsterdam in a Horse Drawn Carriage

Koetstaxi - Horse and Cart. Lean back in soft upholstery while you listen to the clip-clop of the horses’ hooves. Tour Amsterdam in a horse drawn carriage and discover Amsterdam’s hidden treasures. The coachman is your personal guide who knows all hidden nooks and...

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Amsterdam Metro

Like many other metropolises Amsterdam, too, has a metro, but with a difference. The Amsterdam metro was built only in 1977 and has just two underground stations and four lines. The metro fans out from Centraal station to the suburbs, Bijlmer, Amstelveen and Diemen....

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Public Transport Chip Card

If you want to travel by tram, bus, metro or train in Amsterdam and throughout the Netherlands, you will need a public transport chip card. Most Dutch people have a personalized chip card which recharges automatically from the holders bank account and other travel...

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