The I Amsterdam City Card not only includes numerous landmarks, but it also offers various discounts for bars, restaurants and tourist attractions.
I Amsterdam pass includes free access to over 40 landmarks. Some of the most visited are:
And the I Amsterdam card allows use of the GVB public transport network, an includes discounts on theatres, transport and bike rental.
The only top attraction not included in the tourist card is The Anne Frank House.
You can purchase the card I Amsterdam City Card for 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 days. The best-priced card is the 4-day one, like most travel cards.
|24 hours||48 hours||72 hours||96 hours||120 hours|
|€ 65 (US$ 68.60)||€ 90 (US$ 95)||€ 110 (US$ 116.10)||€ 150 (US$ 158.30)||€ 135 (US$ 142.50)|
You'll activate your city pass when you first use it.
Is it worthwhile?
If you want to visit Amsterdam’s main museums and monuments, then I Amsterdam is extremely worthwhile. If you discount the price of a travel card, the 72-hour I Amsterdam card is less than €16.50, which is a little more than what an entrance fee for one museum costs.
Where to purchase?
If you want to skip the queues, you can purchase your I Amsterdam Card online.
You can also get your card at tourist offices and in some hotels.
The busiest tourist offices (if you arrive by plane or train) are the one in Terminal 2 of the Schiphol Airport (Holland Tourist Information) and the two in the Central Station (one on track 2 and one outside the station).