Whether you’re exhausted from a day of shopping or an afternoon spent in the coffee shops, or are returning home in the early morning after experiencing the legendary nightlife, you’re going to need a nice, comfy bed as part of that Amsterdam vacation package.
You’ll certainly want to explore the Jordaan neighborhood, where you can travel along canals similar to those in Venice. If you want a drink before the boat ride though, you should head over to the Heineken Experience. If you have a bit to drink, no worries—many Amsterdam attractions are walkable, and taxis are always available. The royals know a thing or two about revelry, as well, so a journey over to the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, one of the country’s most famous Golden Age buildings, may be in order. If it is museums you seek, the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, and Anne Frank House are the can’t-miss places.
On a couples vacation in Amsterdam? There’s nothing more romantic than a canal city—just ask Venice. Float along as if in a dream on a canal cruise, and spend some time strolling hand in hand, admiring the Amsterdam canal houses and architecture. With over 90 islands connected by 1,200 bridges, there is plenty to see…and plenty of magical photos to add to the scrapbook of your life together.
It’s true that an Amsterdam getaway has it all: big-city shopping, dining, and nightlife with a small-town feel—it is Europe’s “Urban Village.” But if you’re looking for a unique experience, one that will make you feel like you truly got to know this fascinating place, plan your trip around an event. In August, the Loveland Festival's six main stages and thousands of attendees turn the Sloterpark into a huge party. You don’t want to miss it—with elaborate sets and all-around good vibes, each year is better than the last. If you're a movie lover, make a pilgrimage to the EYE Film Museum in May to enjoy the Amsterdam Spanish Film Festival. And if you're a foodie, definitely stay near Food Center Amsterdam. Every June, the Het Hoofdgerecht perfectly pairs delicious local food with refreshing wine and beer, for the perfect culinary experience.
When it comes to pairing hotels and airfares, however, you can leave that up to Travelocity. Browse our package deals in Amsterdam today and start planning your dream holiday. We have options for every budget and type of traveler—and the city of Amsterdam has entertainment for all types, as well. Proost! (Cheers!)
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So you've packed your Amsterdam travel itinerary with lots of fun adventures — that's great! If you're trying to find a few more ideas, here are some suggestions:
|Cheapest Amsterdam package||$197|
|Savings on package deals||Up to 15%|
|High season||April, August, May|
|Low season||December, October, November|
|Cheapest check-in date||2020-07-19|
|Cheapest check-out date||2020-07-17|
|Cheapest month to stay in Amsterdam||January|
Jun 7 - Jun 8
Jul 5 - Jul 6
Jul 5 - Jul 6
Amsterdam City Centre: With great food, loads of shops and top attractions, Amsterdam City Centre is an obvious choice. Check in someplace comfy like the Misc Eatdrinksleep, the Hotel Torenzicht or the Hotel 83. But don't spend too long in your room — Anne Frank House and Rembrandt Square are yours to explore!
Canal Ring: There are numerous good reasons to stay here, including close proximity to unique sights like Rembrandt Square. We recommend the Albus Hotel Amsterdam City Centre, the Banks Mansion or the NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market and you can visit whenever you like.
Amsterdam South: Step on the brakes and relish some calm at Amstelpark — just one reason to stay in this sought-after area. Top picks among travelers are the Qbic Hotel Amsterdam WTC, the citizenM Hotel Amsterdam South and the Crowne Plaza Amsterdam South.
Binnenstad: If you're looking for something interesting to do here, take a trip to The Old Church (Oude Kerk). It's one of the most sought-after attractions in this part of town. Top-rated hotels in this neighborhood include the NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, the Hotel Doria and the Swissôtel Amsterdam.
Oud-Zuid: This area is bursting with interesting things to do and see! While you're about, check out Trammuseum Amsterdam, Electrische Museumtramlijn Amsterdam and Museumplein. For comfort and convenience, we recommend the Hilton Amsterdam, the Bilderberg Garden Hotel and the Apollofirst Boutique Hotel.
^Savings based on all package bookings made with Flight + Hotel on Travelocity.com from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.