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Should Know

  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Amsterdam is 216 miles
  • There are around 417 flights from London to Amsterdam in a week
  • Popular Airlines from London to Amsterdam is British Airways, easyJet, Flybe, KLM, Air France, SWISS and Lufthansa
  • Airport codes flights from London to Amsterdam are London – LON / Amsterdam - AMS
  • Estimated flying time from London to Amsterdam is 1 hour 10 minutes
  • High Season: August is the most popular time to fly to Amsterdam
  • Low Season: January is the best time to beat the crowds

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About Amsterdam

One of the most visited cities in Europe, Amsterdam charms travellers with its golden age canals, pretty houses, narrow lanes and flowers everywhere. The old city is lined with nearly 7000 building dating back to 18th century or earlier which makes it one of the best preserved cities in the world. Along with the historic mountains, it also has the trappings of the modern times including plush hotels, fancy restaurants and stylish shopping malls. The city is also teeming with culture and art in the world renowned museums such as Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum. Book your Cheap Flights from London to Amsterdam with Crystal Travel if you want to visit this gorgeous European city.

Best Time to Visit Amsterdam

The best time to visit Amsterdam is just before or after the summertime high tourist season between April and May or September and November. During these periods, there are fewer tourists and temperatures are mild. It is the perfect time to experience Amsterdam like the locals, at its laid-back best. But if you are looking for deals and don't mind temperatures in the 30 to 40-degree range, you should plan a winter vacation which sees lower hotel rates and depleted crowds at the city's top attractions.

Best Places to Visit in Amsterdam

Rijksmuseum: Counted among the top museums of Amsterdam, the Rijksmuseum (or State Museum) features a remarkable collection of artists, including Rembrandt and Vermeer. Stretching across 800 years, the collection mostly contains Dutch works from the 15th to 17th centuries.

Anne Frank House: This is the house where 15-year old Anne Frank penned a journal which turned out to be a best-seller. Travellers will be able to see what it means to hidden in this house and then sent to the concentration camps. Artefacts on display include historical documents, photographs, film images and belongings of the people hiding and those who assisted them.

Museum het Rembrandthuis (Remembrandt House): Rembrandt van Rijn, the master painter once lived and worked in this house. You will see the complete collection of his etchings here including his own interesting collection of objets d'art, from musical instruments to Roman busts.

Vondelpark: The largest city park in Amsterdam and one of the most revered in all of the Netherlands, Vondelpark is spread over an area of 116 acres and features Ponds, fields and playgrounds, a rose garden, several cafes and a range of statues and sculptures. It is quite popular amongst locals and tourists.

Van Gogh Museum: The most-visited museum in Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum holds the world's largest collection of Van Gogh's paintings and drawings. His works "Sunflowers" and "Almond Blossom” are the highlights of this museum. You are recommended to purchase online tickets in advance to avoid lengthy museum lines.

De Hallen: Formerly used as a squat, these red-brick 1902-built tram sheds were converted in 2014 into this sky-lit space to create a cultural complex featuring a food hall, a family-friendly brasserie, a library, design shops, a cinema and a hotel.

A'DAM Tower: This 22-storey tower used to be Royal Dutch Shell oil company offices but it has become the biggest attraction in the city. Take the lift to the rooftop to enjoy the panoramic views. You can also enjoy drinks at the swish bar and eat at the Moon revolving restaurant on the 19th floor.

Airport serving London & Amsterdam

London: There are six airports in London which include London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). London Heathrow Airport is the largest airport with the major air traffic and most international flights. With four terminals, London Heathrow has a wide array of duty-free shops, food courts and lounges. The terminal also has free WiFi access. Public transport such as buses, taxicabs and airport shuttle are also available at the airport.

Amsterdam: The Amsterdam International Airport is also known as Schiphol Airport. Counted amongst the Europe’s busiest, Amsterdam airport accommodates about 50 million passengers annually. It is the home base of many large European airlines such as Dutch Airlines, KLM and Transavia. The airport has 4 separate terminals and an underground rail station with a 24-hour train service for the convenience of travellers.

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