Over the years, Amsterdam has shown significant growth in its finance and trade. It is the capital and the most populous city of the Netherlands with over 3 million people in it. The name comes from the word Amstelredamme as the origin of the city is the Amstel river. From a small fishing village, Amsterdam has evolved and is currently on the UNESCO World Heritage List. You will find Amsterdam on the western side of the Netherlands.
Technically, the Dutch capital is fantastic all year round. Nevertheless, given the weather, April to May is the best time to visit Amsterdam. Picture yourself having a trip to the tulip fields in Keukenhof in spring! It is important to remember that between June to August, the city sees a surge of visitors so book your flights and accommodation early if you are planning to go at that time. It is not advisable to visit Amsterdam during winter due to the harsh cold weather, but the good thing is that the price is low for both flights and accommodation.
Amsterdam Airport Schipol - This airport is the main international airport in the Netherlands. It is located 9 km at the southwest of Amsterdam. It is a single airport terminal concept with one large terminal split into three large departure halls.
Cagayan North International Airport - This Airport is an airport serving the northern part of the Philippines. It is located between the Barangays of San Mariano and Dagupan in Lal-lo, Cagayan. One interesting fact about this AiRport is that this is the result of a 50-year joint venture agreement between the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) and the Cagayan Land Property Development Corporation (CLPDC).
The North Sea strongly influences the climate pattern in Amsterdam. The city is located only 23 km east from the North Sea coastline. During December to March (winter) the weather is extremely cold at 2°C - 7°C with snowfall. Normally, the canal freeze at this time so it is the best time for ice-skating. During Spring (April to May), you will see the tulips bloom. It is mostly sunny but with some rainfall at times. Most people would visit Amsterdam between June to August (22°C) where the level of sunshine can be more than 200 hours per month. It is the best time to take a canal tour and enjoy at the park. It is the peak season. By September, the temperature is then 19°C and the people are slowly gone. Hence, the hotel prices started to drop. October and November are by far the wettest months of the year and can be quite windy.