Amsterdam City Pass
Discover the Dutch Capital
Amsterdam City Pass
The citycard for Amsterdam
Purchase the Amsterdam City Pass and discover Amsterdam in a relaxed and budget-friendly way. The City Pass affords fast track entry to the very popular Rijksmuseum or Van Gogh Museum. Add to this a one-hour canal cruise and train transfer from Schipol Amsterdam Airport to the city centre and you know why the Amsterdam City Pass is worth purchasing. What’s more, this City Pass allows you a 20% discount on selected Amsterdam museums and attractions such as the Heineken Experience, Madame Tussauds, the hop-on hop-off bus, bicycle tours and excursions. (Keukenhof Flower Garden, Volendam, a traditional fishing village and The Hague, the seat of government)
The Amsterdam City Pass is especially attractive for travellers who decide not see everything but who do want to see only the highlights of the Dutch capital city such as the Rijksmuseum and the beautiful canals. A big advantage is that the Card is not restricted to 24 or 48 hours. You yourself decide what and when you visit one of the attractions. What’s more, all tickets and vouchers are sent to you so that you can use your Amsterdam City Pass from the moment you arrive.
Skip the lines
Your Amsterdam City Pass allows you to skip the waiting lines and allows fast track entry to popular attractions in Amsterdam. Especially the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum are notorious for the long waiting lines.
The Amsterdam City Pass does not include public transport. This is not a drawback because the centre of Amsterdam is compact and most sights are within walking distance of each other. A return train ticket is included in your City Pass which allows you a fast and convenient transfer from and to your hotel. If you do want to travel on Amsterdam public transport, tram or metro, it is good to know that it is frequent and very affordable. Purchase your transport tickets, one-day or multi-day tickets, at the reception desk of your hotel or at GVB, Public Transport Office at Amsterdam Central Station.
The Amsterdam City Pass not only provides free entrance to the Rijksmuseum or Van Gogh Museum and a free canal trip, your pass also includes significant savings on museums and attractions such as the Stedelijk Museum (modern art), the Heineken Experience and bicycle tours and excursions.
No need to collect your physical Amsterdam City Pass or collect vouchers when you arrive in Amsterdam because they will be sent to you before you arrive.
- Ticket and walk past the line at the Rijksmuseum or Van Gogh Museum
- Ticket for a one-hour boat trip along the Amsterdam canals.
- Train transfer from Schiphol Airport to the city centre
- Discounts on museums and attractions
- Discounts on bicycle tours and excursions
You cannot get bored in Amsterdam. There is plenty to do and see in the capital of The Netherlands. Extensive information and tips about sights, museums, restaurants, shops and much more can be found at Amsterdam-Now; The online cityguide for Amsterdam!
How does the Amsterdam City Pass work?
Purchase your Amsterdam City Pass online. Select your arrival date (important for the free airport transfer). Indicate if you want to visit the Rijksmuseum or the Van Gogh Museum. After making your booking, you receive the tickets for either the Rijkmuseum or the Van Gogh Museum, tickets for the canal cruise and the Airport transfer tickets. You also receive a discount code with which you get discounts at other museums, attractions, tours and excursions in Amsterdam.
The city of Amsterdam
Amsterdam is the capital city of the Netherlands. It is the largest city in the country and has 800.000 inhabitants. Amsterdam is not only famous for its canals, bridges and museums but also the paintings of Rembrandt in the Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank Museum, the Red Light District, Dam Square and shopping in Kalverstraat and the Nine Little Streets district. Amsterdam buzzes day and night and is one of the best cities in Europe for a city trip!
Highlights of Amsterdam
Amsterdam is the city of bicycles, tulips, coffeeshop, canals and museums from mainstream Van Gogh Museum or Rijksmuseum to truly weird ones such as Hash and Marihuana Museum and the Sex Museum. Amsterdam has it all! The Anne Frank Museum is a must-see. This is the house where 13-year old Anne went into hiding with her family in World War II. Shopaholics have the time of their life in Kalverstraat and the Nine Little Streets, shopping streets brimming with funky little shops. You will never know one minute of boredom during your city trip to Amsterdam!