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What people are saying about Amsterdam

Fantastic Value & Great Benefit for Exploration of your Amazing City!!

The Museumplein with anchors - Rjicksmuseum & Van Gogh Museum were awesome!! The architecture of Amsterdam along with the canal system is a real tribute to historic preservation in process. The green space such as Vondelpark & other squares with interurban spots to find shade on bicycle tours are appreciated! The Rembrandt House & Old Towne / Red Light District with all the unique differences from Churches to demonstration art is illustrative of your policy of tolerance. Our hotel - Apollo - overlooked the intersection of five canals which gave us ab aerial perspective of crew skulls rowing to canal tours and personal watercraft for pleasure & work. We had wished we had more time before our cruise up the Rhine River. We hope to return to your lovely city with Culture - History & People to explore more with I Amsterdam Pass!! Gemutlichkeit!!

24-, 48-, 72-, or 96-Hour I amsterdam City Card Reviewed by Duane W., 10/10/2018

City card was very convenient for tram, canal cruise, and metro.

Card allowed us to book time specific entry to tge Heiniken Experience. No line!!

24-, 48-, 72-, or 96-Hour I amsterdam City Card Reviewed by Cheryl, 10/08/2018

Great way to see the sites of Amsterdam including the transportation.

We hit it hard for two days with a 48 hour ticket. By then we wanted to slow down & take in the city which was a great way to experience the sites, culture & people. A wise investment with all that we saw. Thanks!

Excellent transports with good timekeeping

Used the bus, underground and tram over 5 days and found it to be a great reliable service and easy to use

Great Value, If You Want to See As Much as Possible in a Short Period

Whether you plan your visit and activities well in advance or do things as you come across them, this public transport ticket will save you time and hassle, when it comes to getting to and from your hotel from and to activity/tour venues. I took my ticket vouchers to the GVB Tickets & Informatie office, outside and to the south of Amsterdam Centraal station, and helpful staff there quickly scanned and exchanged them for contactless card tickets, which became active on first use and stayed valid for the period that I had paid for. To avoid problems, ensure that you scan your card as you get on and as you get off public transport services, which include city trams, buses, and the metro, but not other train services. If you plan your activities such as they end close to where you started to use the public transport system, you can reduce the required validity period of your ticket and save yourself some money on the ticket cost.