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Amsterdam city breaks are the perfect way to experience the beauty of the Dutch capital. Hire a bicycle to explore the city, stroll along the canals and visit the world’s only floating flower market.
Amsterdam breaks aren’t just for party lovers; whilst a visit to the infamous Red Light District is an eye-opening part of many people’s Amsterdam experience, the city is also a favoured European break hotspot thanks to its picturesque canals, laid back café culture and world class museums and galleries. The Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House are among the most popular attractions for visitors on cheap breaks to Amsterdam, drawing in art lovers and history buffs from around the globe.
There’s plenty to do in the Dutch capital that won’t break the bank for those on cheap Amsterdam breaks, from hiring a bicycle to explore the city, to visiting the beautiful Bloemenmarkt; the world’s only floating flower market. Taking a stroll along the 100km of canals is also a must-do. The 17th-century canals in the heart of the city are named as a UNESCO World Heritage site and have earned the city the nickname ‘The Venice of the North’.
With plenty of flight and hotel packages offering deals to Amsterdam, discovering the city’s historic attractions, notorious nightlife and stunning scenery is affordable and hassle free.
We sell a wide range of city break hotels to Amsterdam so why not pop in to one of our branches or, call us on 01625 855855 as we'd be delighted to help you.
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August is the hottest month in Amsterdam with an average temperature of 17°C (63°F) and the coldest isJanuary at 3°C (37°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 7 in June. The wettest month is November with an average of 90mm of rain.
The two most hassle-free ways of travelling to Amsterdam are either by train or plane.
Eurostar now operate a twice-daily train direct from London to Amsterdam, it takes just 3hrs 41 mins to get from city centre to city centre.
Non-stop flights operate frequently and daily. The average flight time is 1 hour and the arrival airport is Schiphol.
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