Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Skip the Line: Amsterdam and Holland Pass submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Would highly recommend the pass. It paid for itself after a few attractions. Not waiting on line is well worth it.Reviewed by: BARRY C, USA, May 2010
Good Value for the Money and we seen quite a lot for the time we were there one weekReviewed by: James R, United Kingdom, May 2010
I would say that the first there categories namely A, B and C cover the most attractive places. I used A for the Van Gogh Museum, B for Keukenhof Tulip Garden the garden only opens 2 months in a year that is to say in spring season and C for Canal Cruise since I stayed 4 days and 3 nights in Holland. But, to use all the remaining D & E, you have to stay a bit longer. But, a bit misleading on the Miniature City in Madurodam as it only provides 10 discount check at the bottom part of the page in the booklet for the entrance fee and the coupon either A,B,C,D or E is not applicable for the free entrance.Reviewed by: JAMAL RIDZUWAN M, United Kingdom, May 2010
This is an excellent buy aslongas you preplan the use of the tickets. It is even a good buy if you only use it in Amsterdam as we did over the space of 3 days we made us for the money expended.Reviewed by: Barbara E, USA, April 2010
Viator and the Holland pass offer the major attractions of this beautiful country in a high quality, good priced basket. One thing you have to be sure before purchasing the Holland Pass is to have plenty of time for the many beauties to visit and contemplate.Reviewed by: Edmundo M, Nicaragua, October 2009
Got the pass for 1 day while on cruise ship in port for the day. The only problem with that is that the Van Gogh museum was just opening again and the lines were very long to get in. But a good value to use the trams to get around. Heineken experience was fun, especially for younger folks.Reviewed by: Jack S, May 2013
This was wonderful but we had to much to do in too little time. THe 2 day pass was excellent. I was disappointed that the Van Gogh exhibit was closed and the one that was open charged a fee.
Also would like to have the tour of Ann Frank house included in the package.
Disappointed on the Countryside and Windmill Tour. Mom had difficulty keepiong up because they 1)Left us and we didn't know where they were going.and had to walk all over to find them! 2) Were driving off without her while she was waiting to go to the bathroom.3) there were not accomodations for a senior citizen going to the toilets. All are upstairs or downstairs. All in all it was a wonderful trip though!
I had reviewed other visitor comments so I knew exactly how to plan my trip. I think that it is key to plan and know what I you wish to do, then you can save money . I bought the HP 5 and that was all I needed for the 3 full days that I spent in Amsterdam.My trip was overall good but hit a rough patch when my wallet was stolen. However , believe it or not the police caught the thief and returned it to me without any loss.I am so thankful to see that the Amsterdam police were on the alert and the system worked ,at least for me. Please be very careful in Amsterdam ,just like elsewhere in Europe.Reviewed by: Rashmi T, April 2013
This was very useful to have - but it seems that only certain tickets can be used in certain places. The designs on the tickets correspond with certain things, and I was unaware of this. I got to the Science Museum and they asked me for a ticket with a certain picture, but I'd already used that.Reviewed by: Thomas Q, December 2012
At several of the locations you can not skip the line and at some you have to pay a surcharge. Also you should be told that it is a coupon booklet with different levels of coupons and can only go to a certain number of each level sites. The lowest level coupons we threw away. The pass has value but not as much as you might thinkReviewed by: Gary B, November 2012