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Taxi in Amsterdam

Taxis are a popular form of transport in a city where many residents don't own a car and tourists are plentiful. You don’t have to search far if you want to travel by taxi in Amsterdam. About 3000 taxis ...

Public Transport

Traveling within Amsterdam is straight-forward and convenient. There is an extensive transport network connecting city districts, and commuters can choose a variety of methods to reach their destination as ...

Cycling in Amsterdam

In Holland, bikes are like bread and butter. Practical, efficient, economic (especially when it comes to parking) and often the quickest option getting from A to B, Dutch bikes are valued for function over ...

Arriving by boat

It’s not only the white-bearded Sinterklaas (Saint Nicholas) who arrives in The Netherlands by boat. Each year millions of other visitors disembark in Amsterdam from sea and river craft. Considering that ...

Arrival by train

If arriving in Amsterdam by train, it's likely that your journey will terminate at Amsterdam Central Station. From there it is simple to complete your journey with public transport or taxi. If you are ...

Arrival by plane

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the Netherland’s national airport, is situated around 20 km from Amsterdam. Ninety airlines fly to and from Schiphol and have offices at the airport or in Amsterdam. You can ...