Amsterdam Sights

Trams

The best way to travel in Amsterdam is by tram. They are frequent, fast and dependable.

Where to buy tickets?

You can buy a single ticket (€2.80) from the driver, the conductor at the back of the tram, or a machine in the middle of the tram, depending on the sort of tram it is. However, it is considerably cheaper if you buy a 24/48/72/96-hour ticket from a GVB Tickets & Info kiosk beforehand. Prices vary from €7.50 (for 1 day) to €33 (for 7 days).

The GVB day or multi-day travel ticket provides you with unlimited travel through Amsterdam - day or night - by bus, tram, and metro, for exactly the number of hours that best suits your plans. It becomes valid when you first check in.

Day or multi-day travel tickets are valid on all trams, buses and metros, and also on trains within the city boundaries (thus not to Schiphol Airport: then you have to buy a train ticket ).

Traveling by night

The trams run until just after midnight (the last trams leave Central Station at 12:15). After that there is an hourly service of night buses (2.7 MB) from Central Station.

Travel information


Public Transport

TRAM⟩ ⟨METRO⟩ ⟨FERRY



Network map

route network map (1 MB) of tram, bus, metro (subway) and ferries.


Relevant links

en.gvb.nl
public transport company