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Amsterdam: GVB Public Transport Ticket

Amsterdam: GVB Public Transport Ticket

Activity provider: GVB Amsterdam

From US$ 8.97 per person

Discover Amsterdam at your own pace and enjoy unlimited travel for 1 to 7 days on all trams, buses, ferries and the metro (day and night) for the number of days that best suit your schedule.

About this activity

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Valid 1 - 7 days
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Highlights
  • Get the most out of your stay in Amsterdam
  • Enjoy unlimited access to all GVB public transport lines throughout the city
  • Experience Amsterdam like a local on the buses, trams, ferries and metro
Full description
Experience Amsterdam stress-free with an unlimited travel card for all public transport networks operated by GVB throughout the city. Purchase a ticket valid for a day or a multi-day ticket that best suits your plans. Travel on the metro, trams, buses, and ferries and experience the city like a local. Using your ticket is easy. Simply check in when boarding a tram, bus, or metro, and then check out when you exit or disembark the vehicle. Your ticket will be validated on first use and can be used for unlimited travel until the end of its validity. If you have additional questions, or your ticket appears to be defective, you can easily go to one of the designated pick-up locations or call the number presented on your mobile voucher for assistance.
Includes
  • Unlimited travel on all GVB trams
  • Unlimited travel on all GVB buses
  • Unlimited travel on all GVB metros
  • Unlimited travel on all GVB ferries
  • Travel on regional buses (Connexxion, EBS, and Syntus) or on the train
  • Travel to and from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport on the regional train

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Date

Meeting point

Please collect your chip card at any of the following locations: • GVB Service & Tickets Central station: Monday – Sunday 08:30 – 19:00 • GVB Service & Tickets Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena: Monday – Friday 08:30 – 19:00 Saturday – Sunday 10:00 - 18:00 • GVB Service & Tickets Station Amsterdam North: Monday – Sunday 10:00 – 18:00 • GVB Service & Tickets Amsterdam station South Monday – Friday 08:30 – 19:00 Saturday – Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

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Important information

Know before you go

  • Please note that once in Amsterdam, you first have to collect your public transport chip card at one of the indicated locations on your voucher
  • Children up to 4 years old travel for free on the public transport system in Amsterdam, so there is no need to buy a ticket for them
  • For Children 4 years and up until 11 years, there is a 24-hour ticket available
  • If you need a ticket for children which is valid more than 24 hours, it is suggested that you buy multiple 24 hour child tickets. Tickets are valid from the first time you check in
  • This ticket does not cover regional trains to and from Amsterdam Schiphol airport
  • Booking fee applies
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.4 /5

based on 10896 reviews

Review summary

  • Transportation
    4.7/5
  • Value for money
    4.4/5
  • Safety
    4.6/5
  • Service
    4.5/5

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the day ticket is the best way to travel around amsterdam city as it covers the metro, tram and bus services. i find buying it via the ticketing machines saves time and much easier as you don't need to look for the GVB centre located outside the Central Station to redeem the mobile voucher(cost the same too).

May 9, 2022

There are several trains/trams/ buses Which makes it easier to choose however the difficult part was to find how and where to purchase the tickets and when we bought them online , it turned out we have to still go to the train station to get the actual voucher. Which didn’t make sense to me personally

May 4, 2022

The tickets work well as does the tram network. The only limitation is where the tickets are available from, just a GVB office or two (seperate building from the main railway station which you have to find, then queue at a counter). Firstly the online information lacks details of of the GVB office locations (a picture of the building with the location would help). Secondly why are there not automatic ticket machines at the airport and the train stations? There's not much point offering the tickets on line if you have to find an office to queue to get a ticket - lacks joined up thinking.

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May 1, 2022

Product ID: 97926