Transport pass?

Discussion in 'Amsterdam' started by F Z, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. F Z

    F Z Member

    Is there a pass U can buy rather than buying the tickets for the A'dam transportation?

    If so, how much is it? And is it worth it for a 1 week stay?

    Thanks in advance,


    P.S.: That ticket stuff is pretty damn confusing....LOL


    The 'Strippen Card' is valid throughout the country for travel on buses, trams and subways. It is also valid on trains which travel within the city boundaries of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague/Zoetermeer.
    Holland has been divided into transportation zones with set tariffs. To travel one zone you have to pay two 'strips'. You pay an extra 'strip' for each subsequent zone. Within the same zone you may change within a time limit mentioned on the back of the card.

    You can buy a 'Strippen Card' with 15 strips (EUR 6.40) or with 45 strips (EUR 18.90). You can buy 'Strippen Cards' at railway stations, in post offices, department stores and tobacconists. You can also buy it on the tram or bus, but the price is quite a bit higher.
  3. F Z

    F Z Member

    WOW!!!!!! $68 for 3 days!!!!! I'll stick with the tickets and have the driver take care of it....LOL

    Thanx for the help
  4. yogibear

    yogibear Member

    GBV-(Amsterdam Transit) has 24hr., 48hr. & 72hr. pass E6,30, E10,00 & E13,00 respectively good on trams, Metro, bus & nite bus. You can option to buy Strippenkaart (bus & tram card) 1,60 (2)strips to 6,50 (15) strips. Check the site at

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