Flights to Amsterdam

Best flights deals to Amsterdam

found by our users in the last 48 hours (prices may vary)
One wayRoundtrip
Kaunas - Amsterdamfrom 29 GBPfrom 92 GBPSearch flights
Edinburgh - Amsterdamfrom 33 GBPfrom 59 GBPSearch flights
Kiev - Amsterdamfrom 37 GBPfrom 73 GBPSearch flights
Vilnius - Amsterdamfrom 41 GBPfrom 78 GBPSearch flights
Warsaw - Amsterdamfrom 44 GBPfrom 115 GBPSearch flights
London - Amsterdamfrom 45 GBPfrom 70 GBPSearch flights
Lviv - Amsterdamfrom 45 GBPfrom 154 GBPSearch flights
Lisbon - Amsterdamfrom 48 GBPfrom 67 GBPSearch flights
Gran Canaria - Amsterdamfrom 52 GBPfrom 88 GBPSearch flights
London - Amsterdamfrom 53 GBPfrom 143 GBPSearch flights recommends buying air tickets to Amsterdam in advance, so that you can choose the flight with the most favorable conditions, because usually the price rises as you approach the departure date.

Airlines flying to Amsterdam

Below is a complete list of airlines operating flights Amsterdam:

Airports of Amsterdam

Airline Tickets to Amsterdam

* The total airfare is valid at the moment and may change depending on the time to the flight and the number of seats left on the plane.

Flights to other cities

The prices for Amsterdam flights depend on many factors: the season, the city of departure, the airline, the availability of discounts and sales.

Direct flights to Amsterdam

Below is a list of cities and countries, of which there are direct flights to Amsterdam.

Direct flights from countries:

Direct flights from cities:

Helpful information

  • Amsterdam is the capital of Netherlands (NL)
  • IATA code: AMS
  • Continent: Europe
  • Currency: Euro (EUR) (Course: 10 EUR = 8.39 GBP)
  • Current time: 02:59 (GMT+2)
  • Current date: 2022.08.09

Booking cheap flights to Amsterdam is easy with us. offer premium and budget flights to Amsterdam from the UK. Whatever your requirements, we'll help you find cheap Amsterdam hotels, hostels and bed & breakfasts.

A major tourist destination, it's hard not to fall in love with the capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam attractions include a charming canal system and gabled Renaissance townhouses. Great to visit at all times of the year, the city boasts countless museums and art galleries, as well as numerous outdoor areas where exciting events regularly take place.

Whether it's a weekend getaway or a fortnight of luxury you're after, we've got it covered. Compare and book a flight to Amsterdam with today.

Things to do in Amsterdam

  1. Hire a bike. It's a fun and efficient way of getting around the city and pretty much everyone in Amsterdam cycles. There are plenty of bike rental shops for you to choose from, with some offering a 25% discount for I Amsterdam City Card holders
  2. Explore Amsterdam's elaborate canal system. Keeping the sea at bay, 165 canals criss-cross through the city, providing a picturesque backdrop to Amsterdam's bohemian cafés, boutiques and art galleries.
  3. Have a picnic at Vondelpark, Amsterdam's largest green space. From June to September, music, dance and kids' activities regularly take place at the Vondelpark Openluchttheater.
  4. Opened in 1973, the Van Gogh Museum is an absolute must-see when visiting Amsterdam. The museum's collection consists of about 700 works by the painter and many other artists, including Gauguin, Monet and Toulouse-Lautrec.
  5. Visit the Anne Frank Museum. Prinsengracht 263 was the 17th-century canal-side house where the young Jewish girl and her family hid for two years during World War II.
  6. Head over to the Museum Quarter and visit the recently restored Rijksmuseum and marvel at works by Rembrandt and Johannes Vermeer. 
  7. Check out the amazing modern art collection and seasonal exhibitions at Stedelijk Museum.
  8. Have a good rummage through the flea markets. Visit the Albert Cuypmarkt, a large market found in the heart of De Pijp, Amsterdam's answer to the Latin Quarter.
  9. Discover the taste of South-east Asia in one the many Indonesian restaurants in Amsterdam. Spice things up by trying a rijsttafel (rice table). Its origins lie in the post-war years, when the Netherlands welcomed in Indonesian immigrants after the colony was granted independence.
  10. Take a day trip to Keukenhof. The world-famous bulb flower park is located in Lisse, 35 to 40 minutes by bus from Schiphol Airport.

Eating in Amsterdam

From the grandest of cafés and stylish bistros to Michelin restaurants, Amsterdam has it all. Read on to find out what local specialities every visitor should try during their Amsterdam break.

Dutch pancakes

You're in for a real local treat with pannekoeken and poffertjes. The enormous pannekoeken are served with an assortment savory fillings, including cheese, ham and vegetables or sweet combos like strawberries and whipped cream. Small and puffy, poffertjes are served with melted butter and powdered sugar.

Herring broodjes

If you've never tried herring before, Amsterdam's the place to give it a taste. Haringhandels, or herring carts, are commonly found on the streets of the city. To eat it, you hold the fish by the tail and dunk it into your mouth. Alternatively, you can order a broodje haring, which is herring served in a roll with a selection of pickles and onions.

Shopping in Amsterdam

From exclusive boutiques to vintage shops and flea markets, Amsterdam boasts some of Europe's hottest shopping spots.

The Nine Streets

Situated five minutes' walk to the west of Dam Square, this area of nine streets known as Negen Straatjes dates back to the 17th century. Intersecting the canals between the Leidsestraat and Jordaan districts, the charming, narrow streets are dotted with numerous boutiques and vintage stores.

Upscale designers and labels

For luxury shopping at its swankiest, head over to Amsterdam's museum district. The P.C. Hooftstraat is the city's most exclusive shopping street, with brands like Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Mulberry within a short walking distance of each other.

Department stores and shopping centres

Located in an impressive historic building at Dam Square, De Bijenkorf is one of Amsterdam's favourite department stores. Just behind Dam Square, you'll also find the Magna Plaza – a collection of well-know shops, including Lacoste, Mango and Swarovsky.

Insider's Tips

–        Taxi fares are extortionate, so it's best to try and avoid taking cabs where possible.

–        Similarly, single fares on trams are overpriced. If good value for money is what you're looking for, opt for a daily or weekly ticket.

–        The Westerkerk Church Bell Tower, or Westerkerk Toren, offers the best panorama of central Amsterdam. Built in 1638, the tower remains the highest structure in the city centre, rising to 40m.

–        Familiarise yourself with some frequently used Dutch suffixes in order to better understand Amsterdam's layout:

-gracht – canal

-straat – street

-plein – square

-markt – market

-dijk – dike

-laan – avenue 

Getting from Amsterdam Airport

Amsterdam Airport train station
Schiphol station is located directly below the airport and can be reached via escalator or lift. The handy journey planner on the NS website provides information on the fastest and shortest route between the airport and your accommodation in Amsterdam. A single ticket to Amsterdam Central costs €3.90, with the journey taking approximately 15-20 minutes.

Travelling by bus

Taking around half an hour to reach the city centre, the 197 bus to Amsterdam Marnixstraat stops at Museumplein and Leidseplein, costing €4 for a single fare.

Alternatively, you can take the Hotel shuttle bus. Run by Connexxion, the service takes you directly to your hotel. A single ticket costs €16.50, while a return is €26.50, with the journey lasting 30-45 minutes.

Schiphol airport taxis

When travelling to central Amsterdam, standard metered fare will be €45-€50, with fixed fare discounts offered by some companies.