- Make it a real Amsterdam day with an hour-long canal cruise and an insightful trip to the wonderful Van Gogh museum - enjoy quicker access via the Yellow Voucher Lane!
- Overload on beauty with a cruise through Amsterdam's picturesque canals, as you pass by the houses and beautiful windows
- Delve into Van Gogh's unique talent that was really only appreciated after his death
A splendid boat cruise through Amsterdam's canals, followed by a trip to the Van Gogh Museum through the quicker access Yellow Voucher Lane. These are two quintessential Amsterdam activities. If you finish your day off with a tiny glass of Heineken and some raw herring and onions, you'll practically be entitled to a Dutch passport.
When you're in Amsterdam, you want to make the most of your time. This involves sightseeing, and visiting the city's world-class museums. With this combi-ticket, you avoid an either/or situation; get access to a one-hour canal cruise through Amsterdam's UNESCO World Heritage canals, followed by a visit to the Van Gogh Museum.
Aboard the ship, you'll see the cultural wealth of 17th Century Amsterdam, with famous and important sights such as the Anne Frank House, the Skinny Bridge, and the Westerkerk.
NOTE: The last cruises will depart at 16:00 from December 1st to January 22nd due to the Amsterdam Light Festival.
After the cruise, take the same voucher you used to board the boat, and show it at the special 'Yellow Voucher' quicker access lane of the Van Gogh Museum. BOOM! You're in.
The museum has over 200 of his impeccable works including landscapes, still lifes and drawings and letters. You'll also enjoy works by some of Van Gogh’s contemporaries, including Monet and Gauguin, both of whom were a big influence on him.
With just one slick ticket, you'll save money and time, plus scratch two major must-do Amsterdam activities off of your itinerary!
21 October 2016 - 29 January 2017. In the 19th century, Charles François Daubigny (1817-1878) was one of the most important French landscape artists. He became renowned for his urge for innovation, and was popular with collectors, critics and the general public, as well as with other artists.
- Canal Cruise through Amsterdam
- Entrance to Van Gogh Museum
- Public transport from Canal Cruise to Van Gogh Museum
Show your smartphone voucher at the Lovers box office next to Central Station to get on the boat. Use the Yellow Lane (Fast track entrance) at the Van Gogh Museum. You'll need to show your mobile voucher here too!
You can travel between the museum and the Canal Cruise by taking tram 2 or 5. Stops: Paulus Potterstraat for the Van Gogh Museum and Central Station for the Canal Cruise.
Il giro in battello è carino. Comodo ,si accede vicino alla stazione centrale. Il battello è caldo e il conducente simpatico.
Musée Van Gogh très intéressant mais assez mal organisé, notamment à l'entrée : queue à l'entrée (même si plus courte) malgré le billet coupe file.