Book airfare to Amsterdam to experience a bustling city with rich culture and an exciting atmosphere. Your cheap flight to Amsterdam will arrive at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, one of the busiest airports in the world. The airport boasts all of the shopping and dining that you would expect at a large international airport, as well as large storage lockers and free Wi-Fi for business travelers. The Schiphol Hotel Shuttle is the most economical way to get from the airport to your hotel and serves most of the Amsterdam hotels.
Amsterdam is a city that you can explore easily by foot or by bicycle after your Amsterdam flight arrives. There are an abundance of bicycle rental companies available including Star Bikes Rental and Frederic, just to name a couple. Public transportation is also widely available, including trams and buses, which use a Public Transport chip card system for access. You can also take advantage of the free ferries available to cross the river. For those wishing to venture a little farther from the center of the city, trains and taxis are available, though taxis tend to be fairly expensive in Amsterdam.
If you enjoy architecture, then you will love exploring the city. There are roughly 7,000 registered historic buildings, many of them situated in the Canal Ring, a unique cultural district worth visiting. History buffs and art lovers will delight in the wide range of museums like the Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum, and the Van Gogh Museum. Take advantage of the Museum Card, as it covers the cost of admission to most major museums. For the budget conscious there are an abundance of free tours and events readily available. And of course you can't forget the famous Red Light District for the more adventurous traveler.
You won't be disappointed at the shopping available. Some of the more interesting little shops are located along the side streets of the main canals. The Nine Streets is a shopping district with a lot of boutiques, specialty shops, galleries and restaurants. Be sure to also check out the street markets like Albert Cuyp and Dappermarkt. There are a variety of restaurants in the Haarlemmer Neighborhood. While dining, be sure to try local fare like bitterballen and Vlaamse Frite. You won't be left wanting for exciting nightlife in Amsterdam. Some famous clubs to check out include Paradiso and Winston Kingdom. Amsterdam is also known for its liberal drug policies and coffeeshops, which are allowed to sell marijuana. Wherever your vacation interests lie, you will be glad that you booked a flight to Amsterdam.