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Public transport, especially if you stick to the center, is excellent in Amsterdam. Trams have many routes and tend to be as frequency as 5 to 10 times an hour. Busses tend to deal with less accessable destinations of the way places in the city. At night (after 01:00 Am), night busses take over so you can always get around but they are not as freguent as the trams. There is even a subway or metro but this is only of much use to people who live in the suburbs of the city.

Unlimited travel by GVB tram, bus and metro

Do you plan on seeing the sights in Amsterdam for a couple of days? The easiest way to get around is with a 24-, 48-, 72- or 96- hour GVB transport ticket. It is the ticket for unlimited travel throughout Amsterdam day and night by bus, tram and metro. Tickets are available at all GVB Ticket and Info locations, ticket vending machines at all metro stations, VVV Amsterdam Tourist Offices, AKO bookstores and various hotels. The 24-hour ticket may also be purchased in trams and buses. For more information about public transport in Amsterdam check


July 19, 2005 new by giorgio (1 point)

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