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Amsterdam Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel FAQ

Last updated Sunday, December 5, 2021: Current risk level in the Netherlands: Serious (Highest level)

Current updated restrictions in effect untill at least Tuesday, December 14, 2021

It is important to note that there are more situations in which you must wear a mask. Also, there are more places where you need to show your Coronavirus entry pass for proof of vaccination.

Lots of travel restrictions are still in place.

Can you travel to Amsterdam, Netherlands? Details about the entry ban, rules, and exemptions.

Amsterdam FAQ

Where is Amsterdam? How many people live there? What is Mokum? How many canals and bridges are there? Why do so many buildings tilt forward?

These and many more frequently asked questions about Amsterdam are answered right here.

Van Gogh Museum — Plan Your Visit

The Van Gogh Museum is open. You can visit without a coronavirus entry pass. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Current special exhibition: The Potato Eaters — Mistake or Masterpiece?

Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum contains the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world.

It is the second most-visited museum not just in Amsterdam — but in the entire country of the Netherlands.

Our extensive Van Gogh Museum guide includes details about the collection, along with information about the current temporary exhibition

NOTE: No ticket sales at the door. You can only visit the museum after buying timed-entry tickets online. We show you how and where.

Artis Amsterdam Royal Zoo

Founded in 1838, ARTIS is the oldest zoo in the Netherlands, and one of the oldest zoos of mainland Europe.

Guidebooks rightly refer to it one of the most pleasant city zoos around. The whole place breathes a 19th-century garden atmosphere with winding paths, majestic trees, fascinating sculptures and monumental historical buildings.

As much as possible the over 500 species of animals live in landscaping that resembles their natural habitat.