Taxi meterKnow Your Taxi Fares
If you aren’t sure how much a taxi will cost, always ask the hotel concierge before heading anywhere in a cab. The concierge should know the approximate cost of a taxi ride from the hotel to any given destination. Then, when you get into the taxi, ask again how much the driver thinks it will cost. If there is a large disparity, tell them that that’s not what the hotel told you and if you can’t find a reasonable compromise, get out and find another taxi.



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1 Comment On "Travel Tip of the Day: Know Your Taxi Fares"
  1. Jim|

    Made the mistake of not asking the cabdriver at Schiphol Amsterdam Airport how much it would cost to go from the airport to my hotel. When I got to the hotel it was €65 cab fare. The concierge at the hotel said oh my God you got ripped off it should’ve only been €20. I learned my lesson, and I really don’t like Amsterdam.

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