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Amsterdam Vacation Guide

Amsterdam's energetic beauty is as evident today as in its imperial heyday, when merchants built gabled homes along neatly planned canals. From floating flower markets and the Van Gogh Museum to the infamous Red Light District and special "coffee shops," your Dutch vacation will introduce you to an intriguing blend of romance and verve.

Our low hotel rates leave you with more spending cash when you take a bicycle or gondola to the nearest cafe and chat it up with friendly locals. And if that's not enough fairy-tale charm, stroll out of your 2-star priced, 4-star quality Amsterdam hotel for an evening glimpse of the city's hundreds of bridges strung with small lights. Magic doesn't get more real than this.

Neighborhoods in Amsterdam

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Amsterdam's most interesting neighborhoods.

City Centre

The historic heart of Amsterdam, City Centre boasts a wealth of attractions including theaters, churches, and museums. The Anne Frank House is open daily. There you can visit the small quarters where Anne and her family lived for more.

Museum Quarter

This section of the city is home to three major museums: the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Stedellijk Museum of Modern Art. And the fourth stunning building on Museum Square is the Concertgebouw Concert Hall, home to the.

Schiphol Airport

Schiphol Airport, the busiest airport in all of Europe, is a virtual city in itself. Here you'll find everything from juice bars, restaurants, shops, and cafes to the Dutch Tourist Office. Before going to your hotel.

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Amsterdam Vacation Guide

Amsterdam's energetic beauty is as evident today as in its imperial heyday, when merchants built gabled homes along neatly planned canals. From floating flower markets and the Van Gogh Museum to the infamous Red Light District and special "coffee shops," your Dutch vacation will introduce you to an intriguing blend of romance and verve.

Our low hotel rates leave you with more spending cash when you take a bicycle or gondola to the nearest cafe and chat it up with friendly locals. And if that's not enough fairy-tale charm, stroll out of your 2-star priced, 4-star quality Amsterdam hotel for an evening glimpse of the city's hundreds of bridges strung with small lights. Magic doesn't get more real than this.

Neighborhoods in Amsterdam

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Amsterdam's most interesting neighborhoods.

City Centre

The historic heart of Amsterdam, City Centre boasts a wealth of attractions including theaters, churches, and museums. The Anne Frank House is open daily. There you can visit the small quarters where Anne and her family lived for more.

Museum Quarter

This section of the city is home to three major museums: the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Stedellijk Museum of Modern Art. And the fourth stunning building on Museum Square is the Concertgebouw Concert Hall, home to the.

Schiphol Airport

Schiphol Airport, the busiest airport in all of Europe, is a virtual city in itself. Here you'll find everything from juice bars, restaurants, shops, and cafes to the Dutch Tourist Office. Before going to your hotel.

Frequently Asked Questions About Amsterdam

When is the best time of the year to find Amsterdam vacation package deals?

January is the best time to find cheap Amsterdam vacation deals.

When are the high and low seasons for Amsterdam vacations?

April, August, May are the busiest months for Amsterdam vacations, but December, October, November have the smallest crowds.

Where can I find the best last minute vacation deals for Amsterdam?

Only on Hotwire can you find last minute vacations from over 1650 Amsterdam destinations.

What if I have to cancel my trip to Amsterdam?

The fastest path to canceling your booking is through one of our self-serve tools found at https://vacation.hotwire.com/lp/coronavirus-travel

Amsterdam Vacation Guide

Amsterdam's energetic beauty is as evident today as in its imperial heyday, when merchants built gabled homes along neatly planned canals. From floating flower markets and the Van Gogh Museum to the infamous Red Light District and special "coffee shops," your Dutch vacation will introduce you to an intriguing blend of romance and verve.

Our low hotel rates leave you with more spending cash when you take a bicycle or gondola to the nearest cafe and chat it up with friendly locals. And if that's not enough fairy-tale charm, stroll out of your 2-star priced, 4-star quality Amsterdam hotel for an evening glimpse of the city's hundreds of bridges strung with small lights. Magic doesn't get more real than this.

Neighborhoods in Amsterdam

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Amsterdam's most interesting neighborhoods.

City Centre

The historic heart of Amsterdam, City Centre boasts a wealth of attractions including theaters, churches, and museums. The Anne Frank House is open daily. There you can visit the small quarters where Anne and her family lived for more.

Museum Quarter

This section of the city is home to three major museums: the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Stedellijk Museum of Modern Art. And the fourth stunning building on Museum Square is the Concertgebouw Concert Hall, home to the.

Schiphol Airport

Schiphol Airport, the busiest airport in all of Europe, is a virtual city in itself. Here you'll find everything from juice bars, restaurants, shops, and cafes to the Dutch Tourist Office. Before going to your hotel.

Last Minute Hotel Deals

See all 1,650 Properties in Amsterdam

Estimated price for 1 night/2 adults

Top Flight Deals

Prices found within past 7 days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Amsterdam Vacation Guide

Amsterdam's energetic beauty is as evident today as in its imperial heyday, when merchants built gabled homes along neatly planned canals. From floating flower markets and the Van Gogh Museum to the infamous Red Light District and special "coffee shops," your Dutch vacation will introduce you to an intriguing blend of romance and verve.

Our low hotel rates leave you with more spending cash when you take a bicycle or gondola to the nearest cafe and chat it up with friendly locals. And if that's not enough fairy-tale charm, stroll out of your 2-star priced, 4-star quality Amsterdam hotel for an evening glimpse of the city's hundreds of bridges strung with small lights. Magic doesn't get more real than this.

Neighborhoods in Amsterdam

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Amsterdam's most interesting neighborhoods.

City Centre

The historic heart of Amsterdam, City Centre boasts a wealth of attractions including theaters, churches, and museums. The Anne Frank House is open daily. There you can visit the small quarters where Anne and her family lived for more.

Museum Quarter

This section of the city is home to three major museums: the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Stedellijk Museum of Modern Art. And the fourth stunning building on Museum Square is the Concertgebouw Concert Hall, home to the.

Schiphol Airport

Schiphol Airport, the busiest airport in all of Europe, is a virtual city in itself. Here you'll find everything from juice bars, restaurants, shops, and cafes to the Dutch Tourist Office. Before going to your hotel.