I amsterdam City Card 2020 – Your key to the City
The I amsterdam City Card is a pre-paid pass and discount card. Visit first-class museums, take a cruise over the fascinating canals and visit the best attractions. All for free or with a significant discount! It also gives you free access to use the public transport system in Amsterdam (GVB). The I amsterdam City Card 2020 is valid for 24 hours, 48 hours, 72 hours, 96 hours or 120 hours. A detailed city map of Amsterdam is included.
Free Access to top Amsterdam Museums
With the I amsterdam City Card you have free entrance to 70+ of Amsterdam’s top museums & some of the attractions; Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam Lookout, Artis Zoo, Amsterdam Diamond Museum, Hermitage, Foam, Nemo Science Museum and many more. More detailed information about the museums and attractions included in the I amsterdam City Card, check the article about the Amsterdam Discount Cards and Tourist Passes
Discounted Admission to Attractions
Explore the Canal Belt; a free canal cruise is included in the I amsterdam City card. The pass also gives you free access to the Artis Royal Zoo. On other attractions in Amsterdam you will receive a 25% discount on the admission fee. If you are planning to visit both museums and attractions perhaps the Amsterdam Holland Pass is a better (and cheaper) way to explore the Amsterdam Highlights.
The card includes a pass for unlimited use of Amsterdam’s GVB public transport system. For the duration of 24, 48, 72, 96 or 120 hours you can use trams, busses and metros. Please note: The pass is not valid on trains (NS – Dutch Railways) or on busses operated by Connexxion, EBS and RET.
Daytrips to Haarlem and the Zaanse Schans
The I amsterdam City Card offers free entry to 2 museums in Haarlem, 9 attractions in the ‘Zaanse Schans’ and 4 attractions in the small vilages Enkhuizen, Volendam & Marken.
Haarlem is a nearby town with beautiful historical churches, a cathedral, interesting museums and the famous Haarlem’s ‘hofjes’ (courtyards).
Some think that the ‘Zaanse Schans’ is an open-air museum with the traditional Dutch houses, wooden shoe workshops, cheese farm, windmills and more. But it still is a town actually.
Enkhuizen, Volendam & Marken are small and old old fisherman’s villages with lively harbours, terraces, cosy eateries and Dutch herring carts. And with a bit of luck you’ll bump into a resident wearing the traditional costume.
- 24 hours: € 65,00
- 48 hours: € 85,00
- 72 hours: € 105,00
- 96 hours: € 120,00
- 120 hours: € 130,00
The I Amsterdam City Card 2020 will be activated automatically the first time you use it and remains valid for 24, 48, 72, 96 or 120 hours.
I Amsterdam City Card for children
Maybe against all expectations, but Amsterdam is a real family-friendly city. No doubts to visit Amsterdam with kids. Many museums already offer free entrance or special discounts for children. The City Card would provide significant savings for children aged 10 or older.
Where to buy the I Amsterdam City Card 2020
The I Amsterdam Card is available at:
- Amsterdam Tourist Offices (VVV): Amsterdam Tourist Office, Stationsplein 10 (opposite the main station entrance)
- Schiphol Airport: Arrivals Hall 2 – Holland Tourist Information
- Several shops and newsagents across Amsterdam
- Some hotels.
- You can also buy the card online with special deals.