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    The canals

    The canals

    Enjoy a cruise around the city and discover its hidden mysteries as you explore Amsterdam’s canals, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    The city by bike

    The city by bike

    A perfect alternative to canal cruises, bikes are an easy, fast and efficient way of getting around the city, exploring its history and must-see attractions.

    High in the sky

    High in the sky

    Sample delicious food and drink while enjoying the amazing views from rooftop restaurants and bars all over the city.

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    Flights to Amsterdam

    Blending charming architecture and 800 years of history with stunning canals, Amsterdam’s world-renowned tulips and a party scene that draws millions of tourists each year, the capital of the Netherlands is a city with something for every type of traveller.

    This metropolis of over 800,000 people offers an avant-garde, European-cool atmosphere and a vibrant cultural and arts scene, underlined with classic style.

    Fly + ride to Amsterdam with Brussels Airlines today to discover this unique city break destination for yourself.

    In partnership with the InterCity Brussels-Amsterdam, Brussels Airlines offers a daily connection to Amsterdam Central Station and Amsterdam Schiphol. More info >>

    What to do in Amsterdam?

    1. Visit Amsterdam-Centrum: To see Amsterdam’s medieval architecture, and intricate canal system, head to the city centre. Known as Amsterdam-Centrum, this buzzing area consists of 90 islands connected by 400 bridges, with Dam Square at its heart. Here, you'll find several major Amsterdam attractions, including a number of shopping districts, as well as the city’s famous coffee shops. For architecture lovers, the city centre boasts over 7,000 registered historic buildings, with much of the 19th-century street plan still preserved.
    2. In Amsterdam’s lively South district, the Museum Quarter hosts several museums. The largest, the Rijksmuseum, has paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer and other Dutch Golden Age masters. The Van Gogh Museum, named after the influential painter, has the world’s largest collection of his work. If you plan on visiting several museums, get a Museumkaart (the Amsterdam museum card) – it covers entry to over 400 museums in the Netherlands.
    3. The Amsterdam Flower Market, locally called Bloemenmarkt, is the world’s only floating flower market: its stalls are on houseboats in the Singel Canal. Tulips and several other flowers are on sale year-round, but Bloemenmarkt is especially vibrant in the springtime when most flowers are in bloom. If you’d like to take home some traditional Dutch souvenirs, like clogs or wooden tulips, this is the place to look.
    4. Amsterdam tulips
    5. Albert Cuyp Market is the most popular street market in Amsterdam, and the largest day market in Europe. There’s plenty on offer for foodies: fresh produce, fish and freshly-made traditional syrup waffles. Fashionistas will love hunting for unique pieces, plus there’s a wide range of quality leathers, fabrics and jewellery.
    6. A must-visit in the summer, Vondelpark is Amsterdam’s main park. Locals come here to relax on summer evenings and enjoy its famously sociable atmosphere. Weekends from May to September also see plenty of open-air theatre.
    7. Centred around a square overlooked by a statue of the Dutch master painter, the nightlife in Rembrandtplein is the place to be for any visitor looking to experience Amsterdam’s famous clubs.
    8. Another Amsterdam nightlife hub, Leidseplein hosts several popular clubs and concert venues, including Melkweg and Paradiso.

    Practical information for your trip to Amsterdam

    • Brussels Airlines offers you the possibility to travel between a selection of destinations and Amsterdam via Brussels Airport. With only one booking, you can combine your Brussels Airlines operated flight with a train journey on the InterCity Brussels-Amsterdam, taking you straight to the city centre of Amsterdam.
    • Current local time in Amsterdam:  
    • Currency: Euro
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The country dialling code is +31. Wi-Fi is widely available.
    • Electric sockets: Type F, 230 V/50 Hz. Visitors from the UK or the US will need an adapter.
    • Travel information: The Netherlands is a full Schengen member. Non-EU citizens need a valid passport with at least 6 remaining valid months. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website: for more information.
    • Vaccination: No vaccinations are required to enter the Netherlands. For more health information, consult:

    Dos and Don’ts in Amsterdam

    • Amsterdam Canals Night
    • If using public transport, purchase an hour ticket. This disposable contactless travel card is prepaid to last from 1-168 hours. The pass gives you an unlimited number of GVB bus, tram and metro journeys for the duration of your ticket’s time limit.
    • There are also several Amsterdam mini cruise operators and canal tours, as well as free ferry services from the North to the South districts. Try the famous Pancake Boat (Pannenkoekenboot) which sails from NDSM Wharf to the jetty on the northern end of Centraal Station. You can even make your way up and down the city’s waterways by canal bike.
    • Amsterdam’s city centre can get extremely congested, so avoid travelling by car. It’s best to travel like the locals, namely by bike. The bike lanes in Amsterdam are excellent and will get you around the city a lot faster than by car.

    Local phrases & essential vocabulary

    • Good morning: Goedemorgen
    • Good evening: Goedenavond
    • Hello: Hallo
    • Bye: Daag/Doei
    • Please: Alstublieft
    • Thank you: Dank u wel
    • You’re welcome: Graag gedaan
    • Sorry/excuse me: Sorry
    • Yes: Ja
    • No: Nee
    • How are you?: Hoe gaat het met u?
    • My name is…: Ik heet …
    • Nice to meet you: Aangenaam (kennis te maken)
    • I would like…: Ik wil graag
    • Do you speak English: Spreekt u Engels ?
    • Where is the …?: Waar is de...?

    Cultural events in Amsterdam

    • Amsterdam King’s Day: The national holiday in celebration of the King’s birthday happens on the 26th/27th of April. Everyone wears orange and cafés, parks, markets and streets all turn into party venues, as the city hosts an additional million people.
    • Taste of Amsterdam: Discover food made by Amsterdam’s top chefs and restaurants at this culinary festival in May.
    • Amsterdam Tulip Festival: Also in May, this festival attracts thousands to the Noordoostpolder tulip fields.
    • Amsterdam Christmas Market: There are several Christmas markets in Amsterdam. In early December, there’s Funky Xmas Market in Westergasfabriek. Just a few days before Christmas, there’s Amsterdamsche Kerstmarkt, with hundreds of stalls selling Christmas gifts, plus live bands and a programme of events for children. At the end of December, Ice*Village Amsterdam transforms the city’s Museumplein into a Christmas village, with market stalls, live entertainment and an enormous ice rink.

    When to go to Amsterdam?

    Amsterdam is a great place to visit all year round. However, winters are cold with short daylight hours and may not be ideal for walking or cycling trips around the city. For warmer weather that's great for exploring, Amsterdam city breaks during July or August are ideal, when average temperatures hover around 22°C. To see the famous tulip fields, visit in the springtime.

    What to eat in Amsterdam?

    • A popular local speciality in Amsterdam is ossenworst, a spiced sausage made from raw beef.
    • If you prefer your meat cooked, try bitterballen, a snack reminiscent of fried meatballs.
    • For fish, try a traditional herring sandwich or broodje haring at one of Amsterdam’s many fish stands.
    • You can also sample some traditional Dutch cheese, with its signature wheel shape, at the many specialist cheese shops.

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