Loman's Loft

B&B rooms near the Amsterdam Museum Quarter

Some tips and suggestions

Underneath you find some information which is especially useful for tourists visiting our town. The source of that information often are other guests !

Amsterdam Tourist Board

Click here to visit IAmsterdam, the Tourist Board of  Amsterdam.

City Card

If you want to visit the main museums, as well as make a trip by boat (which really is a must !), and use public transport frequently, then you may consider buying a citycard. Allready after a few museums and the boattrip you start making a profit. It also includes a booklet with vouchers which give you discounts, and general information about the town. Please click here to judge for yourself.

Transport in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is not big in size, and you can easily get to the main evens by walking. Or rent a bike. Otherwise you can use the tram or bus from the GVB (municipal transport company). A single ticket costs 2,90 Euro, and allows you one hour of travel time, where ever you go. In the tram or bus you can also buy a 24 or 48 hours ticket for 7.50 or 12 Euro. For more information click here.

Tram 2 route listed in world’s top 10 attractions, according to National Geographic Traveler

Around the corner of our home you can take tram 2 into the center. Did you know that the tram 2 route is an attraction in itself? While traveling on this route, you see lots of wonderful places and you pass by museums and tourist attractions. Click here to see the complete route.

Buy tickets ahead

Usually there are long queues in front of the museums. Therefore it is better to buy tickets ahead, on the internet. Click here to visit tiqets.com. If you arrive at the museum with a prepaid ticket, most of the time you can use the Fast Lane.

The Anne Frank House is up to 3.30 pm only open to visitors with an online ticket with timeslot. Click here to get an online ticket for the Anne Frank House 

Renting a bike

In Amsterdam the best way to go from A to B is cycling. Almost everybody in Amsterdam has one or more bikes. Therefore the traffic can be very hectic, and at certain times and places chaotic ! If you are not used to that you better avoid those places, or don't rent a bike at all, and see Amsterdam by foot. There are many places where to rent a bike. The nearest one from our place is called Cycle4You. Click here to see how to get there. 

Guided Tour on bike

A guided tour often is the best way to get to know a city. Unique for Amsterdam: guided tour on bike ! In small groups you get to see surprising things away from the tourist crowd. Click here to visit the site of We Bike Amsterdam.