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it was v. good and easy to find the bus
Great bus tour, worth the money and great to see the sights.
Thought it would be boring, or at best very sad, but in fact it was brilliant: enjoyable, informative and inspiring.
Rusty United Kingdom
I have just returned home from a short break in Amsterdam. The Holland Pass is great value for money and was available on time from the requested collection point. The Holland Pass is a very convenient way of paying for visits to museums and attractions, and the user also benefits from free offers and a wide range of discounts. The vouchers were gladly accepted at all venues in Amsterdam I felt that staff liked them too! and valuable time is not wasted where fast track entry is in operation.
Doing what: Skip the Line: Amsterdam and Holland Pass
Easy to access and great spots to visit! Very grateful for the heated bus in the cold weather!
Very good service... but the staff was not the most helpfull... gave you the booklet/map and you had to figure out which stop you are at...
Easy to find stops at great locations
This was one of my favorite tours during this holiday. We start at Gassan Diamonds- NOTE: It is very tricky to find Gassan Diamonds if you don't use the Hop on Hop Off buses. Give yourself at least an hour and a half to get there using the Trams from your location to Centraal Station and then to Waterloo and then to walk near the Portuguese museum and over a few blocks. The tour of the diamond factory was great. The tour of the Portuguese museum was good. The Jewish Historical Museum is a must and very comprehensive there's a synagogue and several exhibits on the history of Jews in Amsterdam and a recent L. Freed collection. The showstopper was the visit to the Anne Frank House. Tour guides are not allowed in our tour guide Carla was amazing, but it's self guided. Powerful and moving. A must do while in Amsterdam.
I did this in January, so there were no lines...which I understand to be completely different in the summer, making the presale tickets even more valuable. This is a quick and easy tour of the city. I knew nothing about Van Gogh and learned a lot get the audio tour. I also went to the Rijks museum again, get the audio tour. Then I took the 90 minute canal tour which gave a nice flavor of the city while I slowly worked through my jet lag.
Great way to get about the city, with a comprehensive aido guide and free map. You can hop on and off both buses and canal boats for as long as your ticket allows. The good thing about that ticket is that it only starts when you get on the bus, so if you get on at noon, it goes until noon the following day, or day after that if you take the 48 hour option
Had a great time will do this again.
It was a good tour overall but the commentary sometimes was going out of sync with trip. The bus took to most of the places of the city which was good.
TIP: I booked both HOHO bus and boat ride which consumed lot of time and I left with little time to see the places. I suggest to book either one of these.
Is a great way to know the city!
We used this method to get a quick look around Amsterdam to see how far the tours were. We always enjoy this type of transportation when we are in a new city.
Good way to see the high points of the city and get to know your way around. Once you do the tour you can navigate around town on your own.
We did not realize that this tour lasted 5 hours. We had to leave mid tour because we were scheduled to leave Amsterdam that day. Missed the Anne Frank House which was a disappointment.
This tour could have been much better than it was. For starters, our group had English and Spanish speakers and our guide had to toggle back and forth between the two languages, which took up a lot of time. The tour was billed as a five-hour tour, but it was more like three hours -- that's a big difference, especially given what we paid for the tour. The Portuguese Synagogue was closed - a big disappointment - so we only saw the outside of the building. I knew that this was the case because I did my research, but if that news had been sprung on me mid-tour I might not have been so happy about it. The next two sites -- the Jewish Historical Museum and the Hollandsche Schaumburg, a theater that the Nazis used as a deportation center -- were important to see but we didn't need to pay for the tour to go there we could have gone on our own. So that leaves the Anne Frank House. It was definitely terrific that we didn't have to stand in a long line in order to gain access, but depending on your budget it might be preferable to wait in the line get your tickets online from the Anne Frank House as far in advance as possible.
Nunca lo hice y pedí que me devolvieran el dinero y no lo hicieron. Pedí con tiempo la devolución del dinero. Se robaron mi dinero.
Fatastic, did the river cruise first. I get really sea sick even thinking about boats but nothing on this. It was the most pleasant experience to date. The bus tour allows you to get your bearings and shows you the sights. I recommend that you go around once then on the second time around get off at your points of interest. Fantastic day out.
very convenient location, first stop is right in front of the main train station especially enjoyed the canal cruise, easy on-off highly recommend
Great activity to see the whole city. We used the service for 48 hours, The second day we went back to the places of most interest to us. The bus picked us up right across the street from the Marriott and Hard Rock Café. It was very convenient. The clear roof of the bus kept us dry through the periods of rain.
I would do this tour again next time we are in Amsterdam.
Brilliant trip. Heineken was very good, lots to do and interesting and beer to taste! Canal bus was great also. Very informative and stops at the places you need.
great trip, wish we had more time to spend before the boat sailed
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