Visit Amsterdam with the IAmsterdam City Card

The IAmsterdam City Card is a MUST for anyone looking to visit Amsterdam!

The single BEST thing you can do when you visit Amsterdam is to get yourself the IAmsterdam City Card!!! Why? Well let me tell you!

What’s Covered?


Many tourist attractions (65 in total!) are free entry with the IAmsterdam City Card, with the notable exception of the Anne Frank Museum, Van Gogh Museum and the Royal Palace of Amsterdam. It also gives you discounted entry into 15 further attractions! See where we visited with the IAmsterdam City Card below!

Our Lord in the Attic Museum


Oude Kerk

The IAmsterdam City Card also includes free public transport in the Amsterdam area (except to/from Amsterdam Schipol Airport), 24 hour bike rental, discount on motor boats, pedal boats and the mokumboat. You also get a free canal cruise with Lovers, Amsterdam Circle Line, Blue Boat Company, Stromma and Smidtje Canal Cruises Haarlem. We chose to go on a Canal Cruise with Lovers on one or their semi-open boats.

Discounts and Freebies

The IAmsterdam City Card gives you discounts for Bimhuis Jazz, Boom Chicago English Improv Theatre, Musiekgebouw Contemp and Classical and the National Opera and Ballet! You also get a discount in seven different restaurants as well as the IAmsterdam shop itself in Amsterdam Centraal Station.

As far as freebies are concerned, you can get a free gin in De Drie Fleschjes, a walking tour voucher for Haarlem, a Pastry in Singer Laren Restaurant and a museum guide in the Zuiderzee Museum.

What price is the IAmsterdam City Card?

Is there anything else I need to know?


The IAmsterdam City Card is active for the relevant time period from the time and date on which you activate it. So, for example, if you activate your 48 hour IAmsterdam City Card at 8pm on a Friday, it will be valid up to 8pm the following Sunday!

You can get either a virtual or physical IAmsterdam City Card. The virtual one is held in the IAmsterdam App which is available from the App Store for iPhone users or the Google Play Store for those with an Android device.

You can also use the IAmsterdam App to help find places near you with free/discounted entry and to plan your trip!

Is there Actually a Saving?

Most definitely!!! We spent a day and a half exploring Amsterdam and we would’ve spent €116.50 on transport, activities and attractions. the 48 hour IAmsterdam City Card costs €85. (We went to some lesser known and less expensive attractions, so if you decide to go to the big ticket sites, you’ll save even more!)

Want to see what we got up to? Have a look by reading our itinerary below!!!

Pianola Museum
Houseboat Museum

We also discovered loads of Hidden Gems, right in the centre of the city, want to find out where they are? Keep reading to find out more!

Do I still have to book tickets for the attractions?

The only attractions included on the IAmsterdam Card that have special requirements are the Heineken Experience, which requires a special pass and the Rijksmuseum, which requires you to book a time for your visit.

Bikes of Amsterdam (Bike created by Flower Bike Man, Amsterdam)

Are there any big attractions that are NOT covered by the IAmsterdam Card?

There are only a small few major attractions that the IAmsterdam Card doesn’t cover. They are the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, the Anne Frank House and the Van Gogh Museum.

Our Itinerary!

Day One

Life in Amsterdam
The Canals of Amsterdam

Day Two

Should I Get the IAmsterdam City Card?


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