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Visit the Venice of the North
If you're looking for the friendliest and most relaxed city in Europe, look no further than Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is also one of the most beautiful cities in Europe; it earned the nickname "The Venice of the North" thanks to the picturesque canals located throughout the city. People get tickets to Amsterdam for its impressive architecture, world-renowned tolerance, beautiful tulips, excellent museums and endless festivals. Get ready for the vacation of a lifetime by booking your cheap flights to Amsterdam on Expedia today.
Most flights to Amsterdam land at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS), the main international airport in the Netherlands. AMS is located 20 minutes away from Amsterdam in the municipality of Haarlemmermeer. Airlines that have a major presence at AMS include Arkefly, Coredon Dutch Airlines, Delta Air Lines, KLM, Martinair, Transavia and Vueling. AMS is the fifth busiest airport in Europe and the twelfth busiest airport in the world when ranked by passenger traffic. Passengers who have arrived at AMS can get to Amsterdam via a variety of transportation methods. There is a railway station located in the airport, there are several buses you can catch from AMS, and of course, there are cars available for rent.
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When to book your Amsterdam flights
Although Amsterdam has a pretty mild climate, that climate can be rather moody sometimes; you can never be sure what tomorrow's weather may bring. High season for Amsterdam airfare is December and April through August. People love visiting during the spring and the summer in order to see Amsterdam's famous tulips and attend wildly popular events such as the Canal Festival and Holland Festival. Shoulder season is September and mid-March to late March, and low season is October to November and January to mid-March. During the winter, it sometimes gets cold enough that the canals will freeze; if the canals freeze hard enough, you can skate on them. Tickets and hotels rooms are cheaper during low season, and museums are much less crowded.