Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Skip the Line: Van Gogh Museum and Amsterdam Canal Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Day Pass. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
You MUST get a pass before going to Amsterdam - you'll avoid a very long line and get right into the museum. I highly recommend getting there when it opens (10am). The canal cruise is great and stops at all the major stops.
This worked very well for me. I wish the same had happened in Venice.
all the arrangement were great and we enjoyed our tour thanks a lot
Fabulous Van Gough Museum.
Liked Canal Ride very much, but it was a little difficult to find spot to redeem voucher for tickets.
Excellent way to see the city and get to know your way around, used our pass to the fullest and loved the Van Gogh Museum
Fantastic way to see the sites. Book online before you arrive and beat the queue as they are massive.
Both the Museum and Hop-On Hop-Off Day Pass added greatly to our stay. Hop-on Hop-Off buses (road and canals) at all the Northern European cities are a fantastic find. Thanks for pointing us in that direction.
I highly recommend this option for people that don´t like to satnd in line.
Great way to visit Amsterdam and skip the line at the Van Gogh was perfect, you do not realize how long will take you to enter to the museum until you get there and see the waiting line !!!!
Great experience! So easy to find your way around Amsterdam-the canal bus stops at central locations throughout the city. The van Gogh museum was not crowded on the day we visited, so the skip-the-line aspect was moot; however, it would be an terrific advantage on busier days.
Although it was raining, still managed to see much of Amsterdam by canal. VanGogh ticket did what it was supposed to do with a minimal wait, avoiding a long line-up.
Went smoothly. The Hop On Hop Off Canal Boat Station is right in front of the Rijk--so very convenient. No problem using E-voucher. Pleasantly suprised the boats were not crowded in July.
This activity was very comprehensive, capturing the highlights of the city while allowing the traveler the flexibility to get on and off as he wishes.
the weather in amsterdam was heavy rain so the skip the line at the van gogh museum was perfect there was only 6 people in front of us compared to the ordinary line of 150 meters. the canal bus was great it took us everywhere we wanted to go and kept us out of the rain for an hour while we took a tour of the city. my only moan is about the que for the boats there was no orderly line people would try and push to the front to be first on the boat to get the best seat position. but apart from this minor problem it was a great day pass.