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Flights to Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam City name comes from Amstelredamme. Amstelredamme explains the origins of the city that is around a dam on the Amstel river. Amsterdam is the capital city of Netherland and the city's largest population. Amsterdam is famous for its artistic heritage. The city attracts 5 million international tourists each year. Amsterdam is known for its nightlife and festivals. Amsterdam receives more than 4.63 million international visitors each year and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

Airports in Amsterdam

1. Amsterdam Schiphol AirportIt is a major international airport in the Netherlands located 9 kilometers southwest of Amsterdam, in the municipality of Haarlemmermeer, North Holland. In terms of some passengers, this airport is the third busiest airport in Europe. The airport was first opened as air base on 16 September 1916. At the end of World War I, the airport was opened for public use. In 1940, the airport was captured by the German army in the same year and named Fliegerhorst Schiphol. The airport was destroyed by bombings, but it was quickly recovered after the end of the war. In 1949, it was decided that Schiphol became the Netherlands's main airport.

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When is the Best Time to Fly to Amsterdam?

Summer is a high season. It takes place from April to August, mid-December to early January. Cuacaamat is fun, but at the end of May, you have to be prepared to face the crowds as it was a long way off the sights of Amsterdam. The price of lodging at this time is very high. So you have to make an early booking to save your costs. The low season is from November to mid-December and mid-January to February. It was winter at that time. The price of the accommodation will be low compared to the peak season, and you can also get a cheap airfare ticket. At this time, travelers will be a little bit less than the summer time. This makes it the best time to be here for anyone who does not like to be busy. In the evening, the snow that falls down the city will beautify your eyesight. Amsterdam has a climate of the ocean. The winter and summer in Amterdam are considered modest. Although the winter can be quite cold, while the summer becomes rather hot once in a while, you can see many festivals in Amsterdam.

For example, Queen's Day and Independence Day. It is the largest party in Amsterdam. Also, the Food Soul Festival. The festival will gather dishes from all over the world using the best food trucks in the city. Visitors to Amsterdam can also enjoy The Holland Festival. It is the oldest and largest performing arts festival in the Netherlands. It takes place every June in Amsterdam. It consists of theater, music, opera and modern dance. In recent years, multimedia, visual arts, films and architectures have been added to the festival list. So, you have to choose a certain time to enjoy the celebrations and activities in Amsterdam

What are the Top 3 Things to Do in Amsterdam?

1. Van Gogh Museum - An art museum dedicated to Vincent van Gogh. The most visited museum in the Netherlands and the 23rd art museum most visited in the world. It is located in the Museum Square in South Amsterdam, close to the Stedelijk Museum, Rijksmuseum, and Concertgebouw. The museum was opened on June 2, 1973.

2. Dam Square - It is the city square in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. Famous buildings and lots of events happening there. It makes it one of the most famous and important locations in the city and country. A dam on the Amstel River, that's where the name of the city town got its name. It was built in 1270. It is situated in the heart of the city full of history. Dam Square is surrounded by beautiful architecture. A very busy place but worth the visit.

3. Riksmuseum - Rijksmuseum is a Dutch national museum created to collect art and history in Amsterdam. This museum is located in the Museum Square in South Amsterdam, close to the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum, and Concertgebouw. It opened in 1885, and the Rijksmuseum building was designed by Pierre Cuypers.

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