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Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport, 18km southwest of the city centre, is among Europe’s busiest airports...
Once you've finished poking about Zaanse Schans village, take a boat across the Zaan river. It runs on demand.
These black bikes have no advertising on them, so you can free-wheel like a local.
Veerdienst ferries departing from IJburg include a tour of either Pampus or Muiderslot. Bicycles travel for free.
Offers a handy hop-on, hop-off service. Its 16 docks around the city are located near the big museums and landmarks.
Reliable taxi company.
Connexxion runs a shuttle van (every 30 minutes from 6am to 9pm) from the airport to several hotels. Look for the Connexxion desk by Arrivals 4.
Office near the Dam where you can buy tickets for international bus routes.
Runs several routes that stop at major sights, allowing you to hop on and off; circuits last about an hour.
Amsterdam's local transit authority, GVB, has an information office where you can get tickets, maps and the like. It's across the tram tracks from Centraal Station’s main entrance...
Eurolines connects with all major European capitals. Buses arrive at Duivendrecht station, south of the centre, which has an easy metro link to Centraal Station (about a 20-minute trip via metro number 54).
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