Taxi Amsterdam

How do I book a taxi in Amsterdam?

If you are traveling to Amsterdam and want to book a taxi, use CabToAirport! All you have to do is enter your flight number, then you can choose your arrival airport and then fill in your personal details. Then confirm everything and click on Book now. We take care of everything else!

Once you confirm your booking, you can relax and enjoy traveling. A friendly driver will pick you up from your hotel or home to take you to Schiphol Airport. On arrival we will arrange all your luggage transport for free! As if that weren't enough, our drivers are trained professionals with years of experience to ensure that you arrive or depart safely at Schiphol. Book now!

All the benefits of CabtoAirport

We offer 24/7 customer service, secure online booking and no hidden costs! You only pay for your trip and not an advance. So book now and save up to 50%! With CabtoAirport you will be picked up within 15 minutes at any location in Amsterdam. The driver will wait for you for as long as you need (weather permitting). You can pay with your credit card or PayPal account.

You can invite up to 4 additional people for each trip. They don't need to have an account yet. Just share your travel ID with them and they can book online too.

When you have found your ride and made your booking, our customer service team will contact you by phone or email to confirm. They also provide other details such as the pick-up time and the address of your destination. Feel free to ask them all your questions before you book!

How much does a taxi cost in Amsterdam?

The average price of a taxi ride in Amsterdam is €23. CabToAirport can now help you book your airport transfer. Our drivers are professional and reliable and will get you to your flight on time for an affordable price. Book online to save time, or call us today!

Information about Amsterdam

City and regional transport is provided by GVB, which started operating buses in 1889. The network consists of more than 200 day routes and fifty night routes. GVB transports an average of 180 million passengers annually. It serves 2.3 million passengers daily and is one of Europe's busiest bus companies, with a market share of approximately 70 percent.

There are four night routes that operate twenty-four hours, seven days a week. These routes carry about 20,000 passengers per day and serve parts of the city that are not covered during the day. Between 1:00 AM and 4:00 AM, approximately 50 routes operate Monday through Friday evenings, serving between 900 and 1,500 passengers per hour. All night buses start and end at Amsterdam Central or Leidseplein/Museumplein/Rijksmuseum.

Central Station has an integrated metro and tram stop, which is served by six tram lines and three metro lines. Other train stations within the city limits are Amsterdam Amstel, Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA, Haarlemmermeer and Schiphol. Schiphol Airport also has its own international train station, which is connected to Schiphol via direct train services.

The total length of all bicycle paths is 65 km (40 mi), which means that Amsterdam has more kilometers of bicycle path than any other city in the world. Every day at least 200,000 people use their bicycles in Amsterdam. There are approximately 880,000 bicycles in Amsterdam, which amounts to an average of 1.2 bicycles per inhabitant. It is estimated that up to 40% of all journeys within the city limits are made by bicycle.