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Amsterdam’s ferries provide essential connections across the River IJ for pedestrians, cyclists and mopeds. Many of these blue-and-white ferries can be found directly behind Amsterdam Central Station, providing a frequent and free service across the water to and from Amsterdam Noord.
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Lola    2 years ago
"Take the public ferry later in the evening and watch the sunset over the IJ River"
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41 Free Ferry Reviews




"Amsterdam to UK option 3"
Option 3, London-Amsterdam by train+ferry, daytime:This is the cheapest & most leisurely way to go, with combined train+ferry fares from £29 one-way,...
Written by budapest8, 9 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Ferry ride - Free & fun"
Something fun and free!Most people arrive at Central station and go out the front doors. If you want to do something fun and free go out the back. There...
Written by Robin922, 13 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"THE DOVER TO CALAIS FERRY."
The coach drives straight onto the ferry at Dover, then you are at will to walk around the ferry during the 90 minute crossing to France. Nice restaurants...
Written by GrantBoone, 14 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"BY FERRY"
Travelling from the UK we took the ferry from Hull to Rotterdam which is just a short drive from Amsterdam but you can also fly since the city is served...
Written by hevbell, 14 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Ferryboat"
This ferryboat connects northern part of Amsterdam with the rest of the city. As it is prohibited for bikes and pedestrians to use the two tunnels...
Written by Jarin, 14 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"A different view of Amsterdam"
At the back of the central station are several free water taxi's that take you to the north of Amsterdam. Just take one and see a complete different...
Written by Mique, 15 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Busses, bikes, and Boots"
I did buy a buss pass for the first day, and that was my only time on public transportation when staying in Amsterdam. I thought Amsterdam is a relatively...
Written by Pounder73, 15 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"For the architecture lovers..."
For the architecture lovers among you: east of Central Station a whole new residential area has been built on several islands. Apartment buildings and...
Written by Gypsy_Saskia, 16 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"I fly to Amsterdam from..."
I fly to Amsterdam from Heathrow most times but I have also caught the fast ferry from Harwich in britain to the Hook of Holland and then caught a train...
Written by mantel, 16 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"By plane, Train, Ferry or Car"
Best way is by bycicle, but be carefull because of the Tram rails because you can get stuck in them. And make sure that you lock the bike properly or it...
Written by frantz, 16 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"By ferry and bus. (Ensure you..."
By ferry and bus. (Ensure you have ale in tow.)Check out bus driver Harry Belvert in the background.We didn't use public transport, but relied on foot to...
Written by Andrew_Mc, 16 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"By train from Europe.By ferry..."
By train from Europe.By ferry from England or just fly directly to the airport.Walk. The maps provided by the VVV(tourist help) is really lousy..one of...
Written by don_kam, 16 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Ship and train or coach. I..."
Ship and train or coach. I found that travelling by train or coach from the harbour at Hoek van Holland you see and enjoy so much more. The countryside on...
Written by MWS257, 16 years ago on Virtualtourist
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