Amsterdam Transportation Ticket Makes Easy Travel for Tourists

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The ­Amsterdam public transport authority and Dutch Railways organization, in cooperation with the Amsterdam Tourism & Conventions Board, have worked together to concoct a transportation package that combines ticket options for tourists that will make trave­ling to, from and around Amsterdam quite convenient. The "All-in-One Ticket"– which will be sold for a initial period between July 23 and October 31– includes admission for city trams, buses and the metro, plus return trip between Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport and Centraal Station.

The special ticket alleviates the confusion travelers have encountered in the past, as well as provides economic efficiency, when purchasing separate tickets for the journey between the airport and central Amsterdam and the transport lines once they arrive in the city.

The Dutch Railways portion of the ticket is good for one return trip only between Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam Centraal Station. Meanwhile the ticket is valid for rides on all Amsterdam trams, buses and metro lines. Tickets come in time increments of 24 hours, 48 hours, 72 hours  and 96 hours.

Visitors can only purchase the All-in-One Ticket at the Holland Tourist Information office at Schiphol Airport. For more information, contact Brigitta Kroon-Fiorita at the Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions ([email protected]) or call 917-720-1281.

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