The Best Amsterdam Tram Guide For Tourists
The idea for the best Amsterdam tram guide for tourists was to make a simple one page guide that would get most tourists to and from the top 10 tourists sites. This guide and the Best Amsterdam Tram Map For Tourists were designed to be printed out on a double sided sheet of a paper. With one sheet of paper you could navigate to any of the top 10 Amsterdam sites without ever getting lost.
Spend more time enjoying Amsterdam, and less time being lost.
The chart below will tell you exactly how to get from any top 10 amsterdam site to another. Use the left column to find where you are, and then work across until you find the cell containing where you want to go.
It may be a single tram ride. It may require two trams, in which case where to change is donated. Clicking on any tram line link will take you to a page with a map of the tram line route and a link to timetables and schedules for that tram.
Some places like the Red Light District are not served by trams, you must walk. In other cases, it is far easier to walk than to take a tram because the tram ride would require a change of trams or force you to travel way out of the way compared to an easy walk. If a walk is required, you can click on the walking map link to see a map and get directions.
By using the best Amsterdam tram guide for tourists and the Best Amsterdam Tram Map For Tourists, you will have simplified the Amsterdam Tram system down to 4 trams which will take you almost anywhere you need to go. You also won’t ever have to find and unfold your map, then try to decipher what tram you need to be on to get to a site.