Favourite airline: easyJet
Most travellers looking for flights on the route from Liverpool to Amsterdam decide to book with easyJet.
easyJet
18 %
Ryanair
12 %
Blue Air
6 %
Direct flights are cheaper
Compared to direct flights, flights with a stopover on this route are on average 20 % more expensive.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 35min
04h 20min
36h 20min
£132
£166
£197
Favourite connection: via Isle of Man and Birmingham
When booking flights from Liverpool to Amsterdam 38 % of travellers prefer to fly via Isle of Man and Birmingham.
Route
bookings
2 stopovers Isle of Man Birmingham
36h 20min, from £197
38 %
2 stopovers Isle of Man Manchester
36h 30min, from £266
25 %
Direct flights
01h 35min, from £132
19 %

The little city with a big heart

Amsterdam is most certainly a small city with a huge heart, and has long been popular with tourists from all over the world. The canals in Amsterdam are quite stunning and very tranquil and the brown cafes are interestingly quaint and cosy. It's also a cultural hub and home to a multitude of world-class museums. There are plenty of theatres, concert halls, nightclubs and bars to enjoy here too.

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When to visit

There is never a wrong time to visit Amsterdam, although spring is especially lovely. Koningsdag, King Willem Alexander's Birthday, falls on the 27th April and the whole country takes time to celebrate it. A huge open air market is also held on the same day as the birthday celebrations. However, if the King's birthday falls on a Sunday the market opens on a Saturday.

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Things to consider before travelling

Many people travel around the city of Amsterdam via bicycle, but you might feel more comfortable using taxi cabs. If you do, make sure you ask the driver for an estimate before accepting in order to avoid unanticipated high costs. There is a free ferry called the "het pontje" that leaves from behind Central Station, and travels across the river IJ to NDSM, a former wharf, which now serves as a cultural centre. Although Amsterdam can be expensive in tourist areas, you can find restaurants in specific parts of the city that are cheaper than those in London. Amsterdam is 1 hour ahead of London.

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Local information and tips

At the airport catch a train straight to the centre of Amsterdam. The journey will only take a quarter hour. Single tickets cost about 4 euros. A 197 bus from the airport to Leidseplein in central Amsterdam takes around 35 minutes in duration. Taxi's cost approximately 50 euros. Cheap hostels are comfortable and cost around 20 euros a night while more upscale hotels cost anywhere from 45 euros upwards. Cabs are expensive and you can spend around 15 to 20 euros on a 10 minute journey. You'll save money using public transport, with a 24 hour day ticket costing approximately 8 euros for adults and 3 for children between the ages of 4 to 11. Trams sell single tickets.

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