Direct flights to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of Europe's most popular destinations and offers a diverse selection of tourist attractions. Find all direct flights to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam here.

Schiphol is the largest airport in Netherlands. In total there are 257 airports with direct flights to Amsterdam from 81 different countries and 20 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for KLM. You can easily reach Amsterdam with daily non-stop flights from 43 other major hubs like London (British Airways), Frankfurt (Lufthansa) and Munich (Lufthansa). In Netherlands, the airport is called Luchthaven Schiphol.

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Arriving in Amsterdam

Amsterdam has a lot to offer, ranging from rich cultural heritage which includes world-famous museums containing the works of Rembrandt and Van Gogh, and 17th and 18th century gabled houses.

Amsterdam is accessible via Schiphol Airport, one of Europe's main air transport hubs and the primary base of Dutch flag carrier KLM.

The airport, which is also served by major airlines such as British Airways and Iberia, is located 18 kilometres from the city centre and provides a range of public transport options, including direct bus services to nearby towns and cities and numerous rail connections.

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Get to know Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of the leading city break destinations in Europe, famous for its historical attractions, culture and canals, as well as a liberal and relaxed outlook on life.

It is the largest city in the Netherlands and the country's nominal capital, with a population of more than 750,000 people living in an area of approximately 219 sq km.

One of the best ways for travelers to familiarize themselves with the destination is by hiring a bicycle, an option that provides the freedom to explore popular areas such as the historic city center.

Visitors can also make the most of free ferry services or hire their own boat to venture along Amsterdam's famous waterways, or use local bus, tram and metro networks.

Another experience not to be missed is getting a taste of the city's famous cafe culture. Pick a nice spot in a lively square or along a canal-side street, sit down with a hot drink and watch the world go by in this fascinating destination.

Amsterdam’s top five attractions

History buffs will find plenty to interest them in Amsterdam, such as the Anne Frank House, where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary while in hiding during World War II. The building is now a museum exploring Anne's life and other forms of persecution and discrimination.

Also worth a visit is the Oude Kerk, the oldest of the five main churches in the historic city centre. The church was consecrated in the early 14th century and boasts intricate stained-glass windows and three ornate pipe organs.

As well as embarking on a journey into Amsterdam's past, visitors can experience its modern-day vigour and vibrancy in areas such as the Jordaan, a working-class neighbourhood turned upmarket tourist hotspot. The district is home to art galleries, trendy boutiques, restaurants and colourful markets.

The Netherlands' capital is famous for its canals, some of the most notable of which can be combined with various locations of cultural and historical importance during a tour of the Canal Ring. This 17th-century district surrounding the city's historic centre encompasses the Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein nightlife hotspots.

Art enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice in Amsterdam, with a wide array of galleries, museums and exhibition venues to visit. Visitors pushed for time might want to prioritize the Van Gogh Museum, which houses more than 200 paintings by Vincent van Gogh and hosts regular displays inspired by the famous artist and his work.

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Add a memorable element to your break by traveling from Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam on the Floating Dutchman, an amphibious bus that takes passengers to the city centre and then on a canal tour of the capital.

During the journey, guests can take in sights such as the NEMO Science Centre, the Maritime Museum and the Magere Brug bridge on the Amstel river.

When to go to Amsterdam

Amsterdam has a relatively mild climate with cool winters and mild summers, meaning trips to the destination are a good option at any time of year.

Travelers interested in seeing the Netherlands' famous tulips in bloom should visit between May and August, a period that also offers a high chance of warmth and sunshine. Spring and autumn breaks might be preferable for people who would like to do plenty of walking and cycling in comfortable conditions.

Rainy days are a fairly common occurrence in Amsterdam, so taking a raincoat and some waterproof gear is a good idea.

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Yes you can fly to Amsterdam from 19 different US airports.

There are 72 airlines with direct flights to Amsterdam. British Airways, KLM and Norwegian Air Intl are the most popular ones.

All 3 big alliances are flying to Amsterdam. Star Alliance, Oneworld and SkyTeam.

The IATA code is AMS and the ICAO code is EHAM.

You can fly daily from 43 different airports hubs to Amsterdam. Including London & London with British Airways, Detroit & Atlanta & New York & Minneapolis & Salt Lake City & Seattle & Boston with Delta and Frankfurt & Munich with Lufthansa.

Depends where you are flying from. It takes 14h 45min from Taipei (TPE) and 55min from Dusseldorf (DUS).

There are 2 airports in Amsterdam with scheduled flights.

The airport with the most scheduled flight is Schiphol (AMS).

It depends on where from and when you are flying. The average one-way ticket price according to our data is $296.
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