Amsterdam City Passes
What’s an Amsterdam City Pass?
Amsterdam city passes are sightseeing passes for the Dutch capital. With just one ticket, you get free admission to many top attractions, canal cruises and city tours or Hop-on Hop-off buses. Some city passes also include a public transport ticket. A city pass is also a discount card that you can use in restaurants, shops and some attractions.
Most Amsterdam city passes are limited in time. They are activated the first time you use them and they are valid for up to five days afterwards. The longer a city pass is valid, the more expensive it is. However, with a city pass that is valid for several days, you get the chance to visit a lot of top attractions in Amsterdam.
The price of a city pass depends largely on its duration, but also on the attractions included. The cheapest Amsterdam city pass costs about €50, but there is little you can do with it. The most expensive pass costs €145, but you can visit the city’s top attractions for up to five days.
You can buy some Amsterdam city passes in Amsterdam’s visitor centres, but all of them are available online. When you buy your city pass on the Internet, you either receive the pass digitally on your phone or you can use a voucher to pick up your physical card in Amsterdam. The city pass is then electronically validated at each attraction.
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When Is an Amsterdam City Pass Worthwhile?
All Amsterdam City Passes at a glance
In the following section we briefly introduce the three most important tourist cards for Amsterdam.
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