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Metro  

All of Amsterdam’s metro stations are gated by check-in and check-out ports, accessible only with a public transport chip card (OV-Chipkaart) or another valid travel card. If you are not in possession of a personal chip card, you can purchase a one-hour ticket or a rechargeable non-personalised public transport chip card at GVB service desks or vending machines at the station.

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41 Metro Reviews




"The Metro"
The metro is managed by the GVB, the Amsterdam Transport Authority also managing the local trams, buses and ferries.These are the Amsterdam Metro...
Written by pieter_jan_v, 5 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"New metro line under construction"
One of the great things about VT is meeting people in the flesh whom you have known only virtually. We were very fortunate in that Pieter Jan, his wife...
Written by rexvaughan, 6 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Metro closed from Centraal Station to Amstel"
Metro is under maintenance and it's not working all the way from Amsterdam Amstel station to Centraal Station. It's supposed to be working again by...
Written by CherryWaves, 7 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"The new North-South metro"
The new North-South metro will connect the North of Amsterdam with the South, reducing the travel time to just 15 minutes. Scheduled daily number of...
Written by pieter_jan_v, 7 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Metro"
The metro system in Amsterdam is a combination of full metro and rapid trams (sneltram) running mainly on the surface. Only 3.5 km in the city centre...
Written by Tryla, 7 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Fast Transit To The Suburbs"
Amsterdam Metro system is not really a true Metro system in that the majority of lines run overground with only the central sections (strangely enough...
Written by johngayton, 11 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Metro"
The Amsterdam metro has a rather small network; only 5 stations are underground.One of the underground stations is Central Station; here you can have a...
Written by jeoren, 12 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Fast and convenient"
If you have an Iamsterdam card for 24/48/72 hours you get unlimited travel on metro, trams and buses ticket along. It is quite convenient but the only...
Written by virattravels, 13 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"METRO SNELTRAM"
Exploring Amsterdam could be dramatic when driving your car around. Better go by foot, rent a bike or take the public transport, includes the Metro. There...
Written by RoyJava, 13 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"The Amsterdam Metro"
I only took the metro system of Amsterdam out to the Arena Stadium and back and I was very impressed. It was clean and efficient. The metro consists of...
Written by Paul2001, 14 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Metro"
Much of the Amsterdam Metro system is actually above ground, and you won't notice as many underground stations as in many other cities. The stations, for...
Written by acemj, 14 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"The ugly and amazing metro of A'dam"
No, the Amsterdam metro is definately not clean or pretty. The wagons are quite old and damged by vandals. The smell on many station is awful and the...
Written by Pavlik_NL, 14 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"The best way"
La meilleure façon pour se rendre-là, c'est par train.The best way to go there, it's by train. Il y a dans la ville des tramway qui sont très...
Written by annieruel, 16 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"A combination of full metro..."
A combination of full metro and rapid trams running mainly on the surface carry commuters all over the city. Reasonably priced taxis is everywhere to be...
Written by aldo007, 16 years ago on Virtualtourist
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