Cheap flights to Amsterdam

Best Anytime fares to Amsterdam

Cheap round-trip flights to Amsterdam

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Amsterdam Sun, 11 Oct - Tue, 13 Oct airline logo easyJet £37
Liverpool Amsterdam Wed, 21 Oct - Wed, 4 Nov airline logo easyJet £46
Manchester Amsterdam Tue, 22 Sep - Tue, 29 Sep airline logo easyJet £61
Barcelona Amsterdam Fri, 25 Sep - Tue, 29 Sep airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £101
Birmingham Amsterdam Sun, 18 Oct - Sat, 24 Oct airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £88
Edinburgh Amsterdam Sat, 3 Oct - Tue, 6 Oct airline logo easyJet £72
Southampton Amsterdam Wed, 7 Oct - Fri, 9 Oct airline logo Flybe £100
Helsinki Amsterdam Thu, 15 Oct - Wed, 21 Oct 4-1 version from Alfresco Ukraine International Airlines £120
Zurich Amsterdam Wed, 7 Oct - Sun, 11 Oct airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £81
Bristol Amsterdam Wed, 21 Oct - Sat, 24 Oct airline logo easyJet £73
Dubai Amsterdam Fri, 9 Oct - Tue, 13 Oct airline logo Norwegian £267
Tel Aviv Yafo Amsterdam Mon, 26 Oct - Mon, 2 Nov 4-1 version from Alfresco Ukraine International Airlines £134
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Best weekend fares to Amsterdam

Best weekend fares to Amsterdam

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Amsterdam Thu, 24 Sep - Sat, 26 Sep airline logo easyJet £45
Liverpool Amsterdam Thu, 24 Sep - Mon, 28 Sep airline logo easyJet £74
Manchester Amsterdam Thu, 22 Oct - Sun, 25 Oct airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £85
Barcelona Amsterdam Thu, 3 Sep - Thu, 10 Sep Multiple Airlines Check rates
Birmingham Amsterdam Sat, 17 Oct - Sun, 18 Oct airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £93
Edinburgh Amsterdam Thu, 22 Oct - Mon, 26 Oct airline logo easyJet £83
Southampton Amsterdam Fri, 23 Oct - Mon, 26 Oct airline logo Flybe £119
Helsinki Amsterdam Thu, 24 Sep - Sun, 27 Sep airline logo airBaltic £128
Zurich Amsterdam Thu, 8 Oct - Sat, 10 Oct airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £81
Bristol Amsterdam Sat, 3 Oct - Sun, 4 Oct airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £84
Dubai Amsterdam Thu, 15 Oct - Sun, 18 Oct airline logo Norwegian £325
Tel Aviv Yafo Amsterdam Thu, 22 Oct - Mon, 26 Oct 4-1 version from Alfresco Ukraine International Airlines £172
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Finding Cheap Flights to Amsterdam

When you are planning a trip to Amsterdam, finding low-cost flights can keep overall costs in check. With ebookers, you can find cheap flights to Amsterdam; you can also book hotels and rental cars for a further discount.

Flights to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is an important hub for travellers from around the world. In addition to handling travellers who are visiting The Netherlands, the airport is commonly used as a stopover for people who are flying from the United States or Canada to places in Asia or the Middle East. Most major international airlines fly into Amsterdam, and the high level of competition keeps prices reasonable throughout the year. Whether you are staying in Amsterdam or heading on to another city in Europe, our travel-planner tools can help you find discount prices on flights, hotels and car rentals.

Airports in Amsterdam

There is only one airport in the Amsterdam area: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It is not located in the city itself, but in the smaller village of Schiphol. The airport is one of the largest in Europe, and sees over 40 million passengers each year. It is a hub for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Martinair and the SkyTeam Alliance airlines. Unlike many other places in Europe, budget airlines like easyJet and Ryanair fly directly into Amsterdam airport rather than into a more remote location, which makes it a convenient option for budget travellers from around Europe. The airport is modern and comfortable, and even offers a small Van Gogh display that is free for travellers.

Transportation in Amsterdam

Once your flight lands in Amsterdam and you clear customs, you will be presented with a dizzying array of ground transportation options. Signs are clearly marked in English and in Dutch, and many airport employees speak multiple languages. If you can handle your bags without assistance, the easiest way to get into the city is by train. A direct link connects the airport with Amsterdam's central train station, where you can connect to other cities in the Netherlands or take a taxi to your hotel. The train is the cheapest option. If you are traveling with a group or if you have several bags, a taxi is a reasonable option. You can also take a bus into the city.

Attractions in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of the most popular and picturesque cities in Europe, and hosts millions of visitors each year. Two of the most famous attractions in the city are the Van Gogh Museum, which displays a variety of paintings by the old master, and the Anne Frank House, where you can walk through the rooms in which the Frank family hid during World War II. For a unique view of the city, take a cruise on one of the many tourist boats that float through the maze of canals. Other attractions include the Rijksmuseum and the Bloemenmarkt, where you can buy fresh flowers year round.

Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, ebookers can help you find cheap flights to Amsterdam, any time of the year.

Things to do in Amsterdam

Though Amsterdam is a progressive, fun-loving city, its architecture hints at the historical importance of the Dutch capital. Bells clank from towering medieval church spires. And multicolored barges chug past 17th-century townhouses. Amsterdam is laid out around canals that emanate from the old medieval center. It’s easy to manage on foot, with the occasional help of a street car, bus, or canal boat. Koninklijk palace, a favorite of Holland’s royals, holds court on downtown’s Dam Square. Singelgracht canal, lined with buildings from the Dutch golden age, is a short stroll from here, as is Prinsengracht canal and the Anne Frank museum. South of the city center, the neo-Gothic Rijksmuseum houses Dutch masterpieces by Rembrandt and Vermeer, while  the Van Gogh Museum next door preserves the world’s largest collection of the artist’s work.

Amsterdam When to Go

Amsterdam’s climate is strongly influenced by the North Sea. Winters are mild, summers are cool, and it’s rainy year-round

Most of the city’s 3three million to 4 four million annual visitors come in the summer months between June and September. June sees the longest days, with the sun rising just after 5 a.m. and setting after 10 p.m. Evenings on the canals are particularly beautiful, with the bridges decorated with fairy lights and the sky a peacock blue. And while the streets are busy, they don’t throng with visitors as they do in peak months. The summer festival season kicks off in June with the Holland Festival of classical and contemporary music and a string of cultural events in Vondelpark, the city’s largest green space.

July and August are Amsterdam’s busiest months, with the longest queues at museums and galleries. These are the sunniest months as well, though temperatures rarely climb out of the seventies and drop into the low fifties in the evenings. During the Grachtenfestival canal festival in mid-August, waterside concerts pop up at some 100 makeshift venues throughout the city.

Autumns are cool and damp, with overcast skies and frequent rain showers. Winters run from November through March and, though generally quite mild, bring sporadic flurries of snow. The mercury rarely drops below 30. During these months, Amsterdam is almost empty of visitors, except for the annual High Times Cannabis Cup in November and for Oudejaarsavond (New Year's Eve), when the city holds one of northern Europe’s bawdiest parties.

Spring is a great time to visit Amsterdam. Between late March and May, Holland’s famous tulips are in bloom, most spectacularly in the vast Keukenhof gardensGardens, where beds are a riot of brilliant reds, blues, and pinks. And in April, the city hosts its biggest annual festival, Koninginnedag (Queen's Day).

Airports in Amsterdam , NL

map of airports in Amsterdam
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    Amsterdam-Schiphol airport (AMS)

    Distance from City Center: 7 miles