Citytour – Line 20
This season we run our tours on line 20 from Dam Square every Sunday and every first and third Saturday of the month, plus extra days around Easter, Ascension Day and Pentecost. This gives everyone even more opportunities to tour the beautiful center of Amsterdam on a historic tram.
The ride is a circular tour, you cannot get on or off along the way.
You can buy tickets from the conductor, both in cash and with card (also contactless).
You do not need to make a reservation for this ride.
|Normal Fare||€ 9.00|
|Reduced Fare 4||€ 7.00|
Besides cash, we also accept:
Our departure location is on Dam Square at the height of number 4, between the Nieuwendijk and the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church).
During your tour of the city, you will pass the following locations (among others):
- Dam Square (National Monument & Palace)
- Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal (Magna Plaza)
- Raadhuisstreet (Monumental Shopping gallery 1899)
- Westermarket (Western church, Gay monument, House of Anne Frank, Anne Frank Monument)
- Rozengracht (Pensionhouse of Rembrandt van Rijn at number 184, currently a tattoo-shop)
- Marnixstreet (Old Vegetable market at the location of the Police Station)
- Leidse square (Internationaal Theater Amsterdam, Old City Prison of Anne-Frank)
- Weteringschans (National Gallery)
- Weteringcircuit (Heineken Brewery & Van Randwijk-monument)
- Frederiks square (Former Dutch National Bank)
- High Lock over the River Amstel (Circustheatre Carré & Amstelhotel)
- Roetersstreet (Sarphatihouse)
- Plantage Kerklane (Artis Natura Magistra 1832)
- Plantage Middenlane (Hortus Botanicus 1682)
- Waterloo Square (Portuguese Synagoge & Jewish History Museum)
- Stopera (City Hall & National Ballet)
- Blue Bridge over River Amstel (Skinny Bridge)
- Rembrandt Square (Rembrandt Statue)
- Mint Square (Mint-tower & Floating Flowermarket)
- Rokin (Allard Pierson Museum)
It may of course be that due to circumstances beyond our control we have to drive a slightly different route, and that you will see slightly different sights along the way. Your conductor can tell you more about this before and during the ride.