A trip to Amsterdam is not complete without a visit to the famous museums of the city, without a boat ride along the charming canals or without tasting the local delicacies.
The card includes free public transport during the validity of the card (tram, bus or subway GVB), a pocket guide which specified all the attractions that are included in card, 50% discount on parking, free boat ride on the canals and some discounts at some
I Amsterdam Card is available in three variants:
I Amsterdam Card for 24 hours - 38 EUR
I Amsterdam Card for 48 hours - 48 EUR
I Amsterdam Card for 72 hours - 58 EUR
Museums you can visit the I Amsterdam card is pardoned:
Allard Pierson Museum, Rembrandt's House Museum, Museum of History in Amsterdam, Museum Het SCHIP, the Tulip Museum, Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder, Museum Van Loon, Bijbels Museum, Museum Willet Holthuysen, Dutch Resistance Museum De Nieuwe Kerk Museum Foam
De Oude Kerk, Amsterdam Hermitage, Portugeese Israëlitische Synagoge, Hortus Botanicus, Museum Rijksmuseum - Masterpieces, Houseboat Museum, Science Center NEMO, Huis Marseille, Museum for photograpy, Museum of handbags and purses, Joods Historische Museum,
Tropen Museum, Museum Molen van Sloten & Kuiperij, Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis Museum, Van Gogh Museum.
Other benefits included:
Amsterdam Diamond Group (a surprise round)
Conferentiecentrum cafe in Basel (a cup of tea)
The Bijenkorf (a free gift)
La Place (a cup of coffee)
Van Dobben Sandwichbar (a croquette roll)
De Drie Fleschjes (a glass of liquor)
25% discount on the following attractions:
Besides free entry, Rain Club offers 25% discount for lunch or dinner (without drinks).
Amsterdam Arena - World of Ajax Tours
Karos Citytours (city tours in horse-drawn carriage)
Kooijman Souvenirs & Gifts (wooden slippers)
Madame Tussauds Amsterdam
Pedal boats on the canals of Amsterdam
Holland International Candlelightcruise
Catharina Hoeve Cheese Farm
I amsterdam shirt Tourism Office
Cheese Magna Plaza Gift Shop
Diamond Museum Amsterdam
Hertz - Car Rentals
Experience Scooter (scooter rental)
25% Discount at Jonk's Herringcart
25% discount at many other restaurants.
Walking with boats on the canals of Amsterdam are a great way to see the city on water. These walks last around 90 minutes and take visitors through the city and the harbor. If you feel energetic enough you can rent a bicycle (Canal Bike) from different points
of renting one of the city. Costa about eight per hour per person.
What can you do for free in Amsterdam:
• You can take the ferry behind central station to the other side of the river IJ and you can walk along the Canal "North Holland.
• You can climb the roof to admire the New Metropolis. (Follow the tram lines to the east from the train station, go to the bridge building Nemo - a big green building that looks like a ship).
• Go to the Begijnhof (one of the oldest courtyards in Amsterdam) and visit the garden.
• Visit the Museum of the History Gallery.
• Go to the flower market (on the Singel)
• Go to Market Waterlooplein
• Visit the Albert Cuyp market (tram 10 to Frederiksplein or trams 4, 16, 24, 25 to Albert Cuyp station)
• Go to take a free lunch and attend a concert in the Concertgebouw (Museumplein)
• Go into the tower to the cafe at the mall to admire Kalvertoren.
• Go to Cafe Metz and admire the view. (Corner of Keizersgracht Leidsestraat)
• House Visit West Indies - in 1609 an English working for a Dutch company discovered the island of Manhattan. The Dutch decided to found the colony "Nieuw Amsterdam", now there is New York. The company led the colony was located in a building in Amsterdam
can be seen at the intersection with Brouwersgracht Herengracht. There is also a statue of the first commander of the colony New Amsterdam, Pieter Stuyvesant.