Updated 07-05-2020, 15:35 

Travel situation

In line with government measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, all non-essential travel is discouraged. We’re proud of our beautiful city, but this is a time to keep yourself and others safe by staying at home. For the latest information about flights to Amsterdam, please check Schiphol.nl. Public transport is still running, but there may be schedule changes.

Closures & cancellations 

All museums, attractions, sports facilities, restaurants and bars are currently closed. As of June 1st, museums, theatres and restaurants can open their doors and terraces again. However, check government.nl for the expected extra measures and latest updates. All social gatherings are banned until September, 2020. Major events have been cancelled or postponed, including King’s Day, Grand Prix Zandvoort, EURO 2020, Sail 2020, Pride Amsterdam 2020 and Eurovision Song Contest. The Visitor Information Centres at Central Station and Schiphol are also closed.

Amsterdam City Card

If you have questions about your City Card, please email [email protected]. Due to the large volume inquiries, it might take longer than usual for us to reply. We kindly ask for your patience.

Health resources

Comprehensive information is available on the  National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), including a guide to symptoms, when to visit a GP, Q&As, travel advice and updates from the World Health Organisation. A national information hotline has also been created to answer questions, which you can reach on 0800 1351. An English message follows after the Dutch one.

Stay home, stay safe. In the meantime we'll bring Amsterdam to you! Explore the famous flower fields of Keukenhof virtually. Experience the masterpieces of Vincent van Gogh and Rembrandt van Rijn without leaving your room. Or start planning your next trip to our beautiful city.