Amsterdam Holidays in 2014

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Cheap holidays to Amsterdam

Amsterdam, also known as the ‘Venice of the North’, is a city bursting with culture ranging from the red light district to Anne Frank’s House and there’s something to suit every age, taste and budget so let help you design your perfect Amsterdam holiday today.

Explore Amsterdam Attractions

Amsterdam in the Netherlands may be famous for its liberal cafes, hippy bars and the infamous red light district but there’s much more to this fantastic city than makes the headlines.

Family holidays in Amsterdam

Cycling is very popular in Holland and what better way to wear the kids out and work up an appetite than exploring the city by bike on your Amsterdam holiday?

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Important Information

Travel Information
Language: Dutch (English widely spoken)
Currency: Euro
Local time: GMT/BST +1 hour
Local airport: Amsterdam Schiphol
Flight time: 1 hour

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Although Amsterdam is generally thought of as an expensive city to visit, there are plenty of ways to enjoy a break as a couple on a smaller budget. One of the most beautiful aspects of the city is its canals and archaic buildings, all of which can be explored by simply taking a stroll through winding cobblestone streets, blossoming courtyards and over bridges. Amsterdam is famed for its museums and galleries and if you don’t want to go to the expense of admission fees, visit the outer arcade in the Civic Gardens Gallery, which is lined with 17th century impressive paintings and is completely free. Eating can be cheap too, especially if you head to Damstraat, a street lined with little restaurants that serve some great value bites.


Despite a reputation as a lively clubbing capital, Amsterdam is actually one of the most romantic destinations you could hope to visit as a couple. A beautiful city floating atop a maze of canals, it is the perfect place for enjoying some stolen moments of escapism. Whether you choose to simply wander across the winding streets and get lost in the atmosphere, or cycle across the streets and over waterways, you will find yourself falling in love all over again. Take your time and explore Amsterdam’s art and history together, seeing famous works from Rembrandt and Van Gogh, or take some dreamy nights strolling in the starlight and finding a local restaurant to sample some of the finest traditional cuisine.

Things to do

Amsterdam is full of possibilities when it comes to things to do. You can spend the day wandering across the city, exploring its twisting old backstreets and walking alongside the waterways, or you can hire a bike and ride across the canal ring discovering further. There are a number of museums and galleries, such as the Maritime Museum, Anne Frank House and the Van Gogh Museum, or you can explore some beautifully built churches and synagogues. Once the sun begins to appear in the spring, Amsterdam becomes a blooming city, with a variety of parks where you can spend time enjoying a picnic and a bottle of wine.


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