Amsterdam Transportation & Maps
Trams, buses, taxis, bikes, canal boats -- the list of transportation options in Amsterdam represents the many ways to navigate the city. Learn how to get around Amsterdam and find maps and neighborhood information here.
As of June 3, 2010, the strippenkaart system used for so many years on Amsterdam public transportation has been replaced by an electronic chip card system. Learn what this means for visitors to the city.
Use this journey planner to get around Amsterdam and the Netherlands with ease.
Find out how to hire a taxi in Amsterdam. You can't pick them up everywhere.
Find information on this tourist-friendly transportation option, which includes train rides to and from Schiphol Airport, as well as public transport in Amsterdam.
These quick tips for navigating Amsterdam will separate you from the visitors staring blankly at their upside-down maps.
Traditional Thai taxis called "tuk tuks" are available in Amsterdam, as of August 2007! Next time you need transportation in central Amsterdam, choose one of these affordable, fun rides.
Discover one of Amsterdam's most impressive areas, the Museum Quarter neighborhood, also known as Oud Zuid ("Old South"). The area is home not only to the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, but also to high-end shops, excellent restaurants and wide, residential streets. Learn more about the Museum Quarter with this neighborhood guide.