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Holidays in Amsterdam

Travel Information

Language: Dutch

Currency: Euros

Local time: GMT/BST+1

Nearest Airport

Amsterdam


Holidays in Amsterdam

From its charming cobbled streets to its vibrant art scene, the Dutch capital of Amsterdam offers tonnes of things to do. Made up of great museums, art galleries, quirky cafés, restaurants and epic clubs, Amsterdam is a brilliant destination. Café culture is big in the Dam, so you’ll never be too far from the perfect spot to linger over a coffee or do some people-watching.

If you’re looking for a destination steeped in history, you’re in the right place. While its scenic streets are modern hubs filled with restaurants and shopping opportunities, there’s a fascinating past to uncover too. Head to the Amsterdam museum to learn about the local communities, or visit the Canal House to delve deep into one of the city’s most iconic mainstays.


Hotels in Amsterdam

Amsterdam | Amsterdam and surroundings | Netherlands

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, bed and breakfast

£ 528.50

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Amsterdam | Amsterdam and surroundings | Netherlands

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, accommodation only

£ 423.13

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Amsterdam | Amsterdam and surroundings | Netherlands

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, accommodation only

£ 638.97

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Amsterdam | Amsterdam and surroundings | Netherlands

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, accommodation only

£ 1,004.37

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Amsterdam | Amsterdam and surroundings | Netherlands

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, accommodation only

£ 480.22

per person

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Amsterdam | Amsterdam and surroundings | Netherlands

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, accommodation only

£ 792.20

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Things to Do in Amsterdam

Trendy, laid back and captivating, Amsterdam is one of the coolest cities in Europe. With its gothic and art décor architecture it really is an impressive sight with so much to do and see. easyJet holidays have put together a useful outline of some of the top things to do and some of Amsterdam’s attractions that should not be missed.

Check out our things to do throughout the Netherlands with our Netherlands Attractions guide.

Amsterdam sights  

  • For the art lovers, Amsterdam has plenty to offer with Rembrandt's house, the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum providing more famous works than you could imagine  
  • If learning about the City’s history is more for you then the Anne Frank House or Nederland's Scheepvaart Museum (museum of Dutch seafaring) will keep you well entertained for a morning
  • For some of Amsterdam’s best attractions, make sure you visit Dam square. The heart of this great metropolis is dominated by the spectacular Koninklijk Paleis (Royal Palace) and Nieuwe Kerk.  
  • You cannot visit Amsterdam without taking a trip to its famous Red Light District. It should not be taken too seriously and simply enjoyed for its party atmosphere.  
  • With its areas filled with quaint 17th and 18th century houses, picturesque tree-lined canals and cobbled side streets, simply wandering around Amsterdam is an attraction in itself and why not take the opportunity to visit the Magere Bridge, also known as the Skinny Bridge, one of the most famous and beautiful bridges in Amsterdam.  
  • Tired from sightseeing and indulging in the culture then take yourself off for a relaxing afternoon in Vondelpark, one of Amsterdam’s trendiest parks  

Amsterdam’s entertainment and nightlife

  • Bursting with live music, classical lovers should take advantage of being in a city home to one of the best symphonic orchestras in the world, the Concertgebouw Orchestra. Or why not occupy your evening with a traditional opera or ballet performance at the Stadhuis-Muziektheater theatre.  
  • Amsterdam boasts a vibrant nightlife with so many things to do. From live music jazz bars to stylish casino’s, from trendy clubs to dynamic disco's and theatre productions to eye-opening entertainment in the red-light district- there is something for everyone.  
  • Head to the squares of Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein for the livelier atmosphere which stays alive until the early hours of the morning, with its abundance of theaters, cinemas, cafes and clubs  
  • Why not fill your evening with hilarious shows from the legendary Boom Chicago comedy or international stand up comedy acts in the Comedy Café around the corner    

Dutch cuisine and restaurants

  • Amsterdam is filled with a vast number of international restaurants offering an array of dishes  
  • However, it is still the typical Dutch snack bars which dominate the locals dining choice. Here you can enjoy the traditional Vlaamse frites dish (large fries topped with mayonnaise), or the famous croquets or treat yourself to the legendary pancake-restaurant, 'pannenkoekhuis'.  
  • If it’s elegant and up market you are after then head to the Nine Small Streets of De Negen Straatjes and Jordan where you can enjoy a more sophisticated dining experience    

Shopping in Holland’s capital

  • If shopping is a main priority on your trip, then the streets of museumkwartier are for you. This is the most fashionable shopping area of Amsterdam where you can find top-of-the-range fashion.
  • For the more quirky shopping experience wander down the canal district at De Negen Straatjes and indulge in the eccentric boutiques, galleries, jewelers and gift shops  
  • Amsterdam’s markets are a must do, so make sure you visit the bustling Albert Cuyp market at De Pijp, the biggest outdoor market in Europe, which sells just about everything or take a trip to the flea market at Waterlooplein which is overflowing with vintage fashion finds and old CDs.    

So whether it is the quirky atmosphere, magnificent art masterpieces or bustling nightlife that attracts you to this stylish city then easyJet holidays can help get you there. We have a variety of holiday deals to suit any budget. Enjoy a fantastic Amsterdam holiday at a great rate with easyJet holidays.


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