How to Save on Flights from Berlin to Amsterdam

If you're looking for a friendly and relaxed destination in Europe, look no further than Amsterdam. Whether a history buff and art lover, or an adventurous traveler wishing for a cannabis cupcake, whether on business or for a weekend getaway – wherever your tourist interests lie, you will be glad to find yourself in the capital of the Netherlands.

Nicknamed “the Venice of the North” due to the canals threading through the city, Amsterdam is a bustling capital with a rich culture and exciting atmosphere. People book flights to Amsterdam for its impressive historic buildings, excellent museums, numerous festivals, gorgeous tulip fields and world-renowned tolerance. Whatever your travel motive, we can help you find great deals on flights from Berlin to Amsterdam.

Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

Today you can choose between flights from Berlin to Amsterdam operated by such airlines as Germanwings, Aegean, Air France, Alitalia, Belavia, KLM, Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian, SAS and EasyJet. The distance from Berlin to Amsterdam is 577 kilometers which results in a trip of an hour and 23 minutes. As the flight is relatively short, it is usually much more cost-effective to book a direct flight.

It’s no use wasting your time checking all booking services and comparing the prices – we have it all here. The calendar below shows the lowest fare by month and will help you find low-fare deals on your next flight from Berlin to Amsterdam.

Search across the large number of airlines and flights, look for the cheapest days to fly from Berlin to Amsterdam – and you will find the perfect travel date and time. Mind that the cheapest days to book flights from Berlin to Amsterdam are commonly Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

High season for Amsterdam falls to December and April through August. Tourists flock to Amsterdam in spring and summer to see the famous tulips and to attend the Canal Festival and Holland Festival. This naturally results in much higher airfares.

For a more budget-friendly travel, consider flights in shoulder season which is September and mid-March to late March, or low season which is October to November and January to mid-March. As a nice bonus, in low season hotels are cheaper and museums are less crowded. If you make up your mind to come to the Netherlands in winter and if it’s cold enough, you can enjoy skating on the frozen canals.

Amsterdam Canal

You can kill two birds with one stone and have considerable savings if you book flights from Berlin to Amsterdam and hotel together by using the search form below.

Most flights to Amsterdam land at Schiphol Airport which is located 20 minutes away from the city centre. With 40 million people travelling through it each year, the airport is the fifth busiest in Europe. But you don’t have to worry – even if you don’t speak Dutch, the airport is easy to navigate as the signs are also written in English.

There is a railway station located at the airport and several buses running to the city centre, and of course, there are cars available for rent. However, there is Schiphol Hotel Shuttle which serves most of the hotels in the city and is the most economical way to get from the airport to the city centre.

Amsterdam

The tram is a convenient way to get around the city since the tramlines cover most of the city. You can also rent a bike, or take advantage of the free ferries to cross the river. In the end, Amsterdam is perfect for walks.

Amsterdam is a great city to explore and to relish a laid-back lifestyle. The city’s two most popular attractions are the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House.

Amsterdam Van Gogh Museum

You should also explore the Nine Streets district with its boutiques, galleries and restaurants, or drop in the shops along the side streets of the main canals.

Make sure to check out the street markets like Albert Cuyp and Dappermarkt, and buy a bouquet of fresh flowers at the Bloemenmarkt.

For a variety of restaurants you should head to the Haarlemmer Neighborhood. To experience the exciting nightlife of Amsterdam, get loose in the famous clubs Paradiso and Winston Kingdom. And of course you can’t but sneak a peek at the Red Light District.

Amsterdam

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