Bristol Airport is a modern and well-equipped location from which to begin your journey. Located in South West England, it is around eight miles from the centre of Bristol, making access easy. The Welsh border is only 20 miles away, so the airport attracts passengers from a variety of different locations. There are flights from Bristol available to many destinations in Europe and beyond.
The easiest way to arrive at the airport from Bristol city centre is to hop on the frequent Airport Flyer Express Link. There are two routes, one from the city centre and one from the bus station. If you are staying the night in Bristol before travelling, check to see whether the bus stops at your hotel. It takes 30 minutes from the city centre, and a return ticket will cost £10. You can save money by using a family ticket. If you are travelling from further afield, you can arrive by train at Temple Meads and then catch the bus. If driving, the airport can be accessed via the A38 and there are numerous parking options available. Prices start at £3.34 per day, with free shuttle buses to the terminal.
There are a variety of facilities available inside the terminal, with play areas for children and internet access available. If you fancy something to eat or drink before you jet off, there are plenty of facilities available to meet your needs. Visit for ebookers.com for more information about travel options from Bristol to Amsterdam.
Amsterdam Airport, also known as Schipol Airport, is located nine miles to the south-west of Amsterdam's centre. Amsterdam airport is in the top five airports in Europe in terms of flights and handles almost 50 million passengers each year. Find great offers on flights to Amsterdam on Ebookers.com or simply enter 'Flights Amsterdam' into our mobile app.
Amsterdam Airport is connected to Amsterdam via rail and road. Trains offer a reliable form of transport and direct trains run to and from Amsterdam every 10 to 15 minutes between 6:00am and 12:30am. The journey takes around 15 to 20 minutes. Buses are an economical form of transport and stop at many hotels as well as central Amsterdam. The journey to central Amsterdam takes around 30 minutes. At the weekends the bus service is less frequent. Taxis are available at the airport. Although convenient, especially if travelling with a lot of luggage this is the most expensive option and at peak times traffic can be heavy.
Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with its cobbled streets and tall gabled houses that line picturesque canals. The city also boasts some outstanding museums. The Rijiksmuseum houses many famous paintings including the Night Watch by Rembrandt. The Van Gogh museum not only displays many paintings by Van Gogh but also a fascinating collection of the letters Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo. For those who prefer a quirkier offering, Amsterdam has plenty of unusual museums including a houseboat museum and a sex museum. To view flights from Bristol to Amsterdam as well as other routes, click onto ebookers.com.
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