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Amsterdam Light Festival
Amsterdam is a really walkable city, and you can pick up a map from the tourist office for €2.50
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A-Bike Vondelpark
somehow there are more bikes than people in Amsterdam. Bike rentals cost around €14.50 for 24 hours, but if you rent longer-term you get better rates (additional days cost around €8). If you have the I Amsterdam card you get a 25% discount on rentals from MacBike and Amsterbike.
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GVB Tickets & Informatie
give you unlimited travel on trams, buses and the metro for varying periods which range from one day (€7.50) up to seven days (€34.50)
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BRIC Travel
which includes train travel to and from Schipol Airport as well as unlimited public transport within the city (1-day €16, 2-day €21, 3-day €26).
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Amsterdam Canal Cruises
There are over 100km of canals surrounding Amsterdam, so one of the best ways to see the city is from the water. A standard 75-minute canal cruise costs €18 for adults and €8.50 for children aged 5–12. You can save €2 per adult/€1 per child by booking online or it’s free with the I Amsterdam card.
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Canal Boat Tour Amsterdam Cruise
you can take a free boat trip across the IJ, the stretch of water behind Centraal Station, to NDSM Wharf in Amsterdam Noord, a derelict shipyard turned creative community with galleries, sculptures and waterside bars and cafés.
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Amsterdam Untold
offers walking tours to discover Amsterdam’s past and present with a quirky and fun take on Amsterdam’s unique history.
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