• Timeschedule

    Our buses depart from all of the stops every 60 minutes. A complete schedule will be available soon!

  • Locations

    During our tour, you will see the beautiful southern part of the Greater Amsterdam area.

  • Ticket price

    Tickets are €25,- per person. Every paying adult can bring an infant under the age of 16 for free!

  • Where can I get a ticket?

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Meet the locals, Join the Greenline
The most flexible excursion to the green side of Amsterdam

Every ticket includes:

  • Kids (under the age of 16) for free, one infant per paying guest
  • GPS information in the buses
  • Guide/Hostess at every larger excursion
  • A lot of surprising discounts via our partners at the stops

Clean buses

To keep our environment as beautiful and clean as it is now, we drive with the cleanest diesel buses available.

Map & guide

All our buses are equipped with a GPS information system and a hostess/guide will be waiting for you at our larger stops!

Museum Quarter

The Museum Quarter Home to some of the world’s most important artistic and historical treasures like van Gogh, Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum. Chic shopping and experiences like Coster Diamonds & Bols Experience

Heineken Experience

Heineken Experience Born in Amsterdam, raised by the world! Especially for Heineken fans like yourself, our first built brewery in Amsterdam as a sensational interactive tour through the dynamic world of Heineken

Rembrandt Windmill

  • Rembrandt Windmill A historic polder drainage windmill that dates back to 1636, sits proudly on the bank of the River Amstel, alongside a statue of Rembrandt for the many sketches he made in this area
  • The banks of the river are popular with locals for biking and running, and is an integral part of the route of the Amsterdam marathon. The Amstel is a popular river for sailing and rowing.
  • “Amstelpark”, formerly exhibition grounds of the Floriade. Now park for Amsterdam locals.

Ouderkerk aan de Amstel

  • Picturesque traditional village at the riverside, with windmill “De Zwaan” (The Swan) built in 1636, the St. Urban Church of architect Pierre Cuypers, the characteristic Amstelkerk and the picturesque “Kerkbrug” (Church Bridge). Pierre Cuypers is, amongst others, architect of the National Museum, “Nieuwe Kerk” and Amsterdam Central Station.
  • Portuguese Jewish cemetery Beth Haim, with 28,000 graves since 1614, the oldest Jewish cemetery still in use in the western world. Among others the parents of the philosopher Spinoza and Samuel Sarphati are buried here.
  • The “Jan Coevertveer”, a manually operated tiny ferry across the Amstel River.
  • Cozy restaurants along the Amstel River, at the Kerkbrug and in the Dorpstraat.
  • Boat trip to see the protected village views from the water.

Amsterdam Wine

  • Amsterdam Wine The best kept secret of Amsterdam, cool climate wines from the lowest vineyard in the world: 5 meters below sea level.
  • Holland Wine Center, knowledge about Dutch wine, presentation and sale of various wines from various regions in Holland and all kinds of local products
  • A pleasant garden and terrace where the wines can be tasted in combination with cheese from the region

Clara Maria

At the Clara Maria, the van Wees family carries on the traditional crafts of making traditional Gouda cheese and wooden shoes.  Set in the pastoral polder landscape just southwest of Amsterdam, this historic 160-year-old farm creates a warm and inviting atmosphere for visitors.  The original barn has been charmingly transformed into the wooden shoe factory and the cheese making room with a spacious and nostalgic gift shop.

The cheesemaker will share all the secrets of his trade with you, and the clog maker will transform blocks of wood into footwear before your very eyes. Say cheese!

Amstelveen Shopping

Amstelveen Shopping Cobra Museum A covered shopping centre just a stone’s throw from Amsterdam. More than 200 luxury shops + Cobra Museum, home of the CoBrA movement.

  • Most exclusive shopping center in the Netherlands, 4 ****
  • Cobra museum
  • Market every Friday

Goat Farm

A farm in the middle of the Amsterdam Forest. where visitors can meet with the goats, lambs, chickens, pigs, cows and horses. Taste Goat Ice, and goat cheese!

Amsterdam Forest

The Amsterdam forest was created completely by human hands in the thirties of the last century during the crisis. The Bosbaan was dug with only shovels and wheelbarrows as an employment project.Now, many Amsterdam residents take long walks on their days off.

The place where all rowing competitions were held during the 1929 Olympic Games in Amsterdam. Since then it has been a paradise for water sports enthusiasts.

Olympic Stadium

Olympic Stadium Amsterdam Food Experience Visit the authentic Olympic Stadium & the Olympic Village designed by the architect Jan Wils in the style of the Amsterdam School. Experience the history of Amsterdam & Dutch food culture. Live cooking, beer/wine tasting.

Greenline Amsterdam

The most flexible excursion to the green side of Amsterdam