Trains are 7% more expensive in Amsterdam than in London.
A meal in Amsterdam is 11% cheaper than a meal in London.
A taxi fare in Amsterdam is 13% cheaper than in London.
Coffee in Amsterdam is 6% cheaper than in London.
London is one of the most diverse and current cities in the world. The city is popular for its historical and cultural attractions, Tower of London, Royal Albert Hall, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, and museums and palaces. This capital city is a renowned centre of business and finance as well as culture and it is home to a wide variety of unique architectural buildings.
This metropolis hosts several captivating events and festivals every now and then. London has five major airports serving the city and its surrounding areas. The airports serve several major airlines, which operate both domestic and international flights. Flights to Amsterdam from London depart from any of the airports.
There are regular London to Amsterdam flights, leaving from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, London City and Luton Airports. The journey takes about 75 minutes, depending on the departure airport and airline. Getting to London airports from the city is simple. The city is well-connected with an impressive public transport system.
Passengers flying from Stansted, Gatwick or Luton can opt for the National Express coach for easy transportation. If you are flying from London City, you can opt for a DLR train from central London. London Heathrow has regular train services - Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect - which run from the city to the airport.
The picturesque city of Amsterdam is one of the largest cities in the Netherlands. The city is the financial and cultural centre of the country. Amsterdam features several historical and cultural attractions, which draw tourist from all over the world. The vibrant city is packed with scenic canals, cafes, art galleries and museums. It has a pulsating nightlife that will make you want to stay longer.
Amsterdam has long had a reputation for being one of the most favourite destinations in Europe. The charming city offers many things to do and see. Although, the city is now filled with several streets, parking spaces and buildings, it also benefits from plenty of canals and harbours.
All flights from London to Amsterdam land at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which is the major international airport serving the city and one of the largest in Europe. It is located in the municipality of Haarlemmermeer, about 9km southwest of Amsterdam. The city has an excellent transport network system, thus, getting to the city from the airport is very easy.
Upon your arrival, you can opt for a direct train from the airport to Amsterdam Central Station. The train is the most convenient and fastest mode of transport to the city centre. Airport shuttles and taxis are also available for transfers to the city centre or wherever your destination.
Good and Very friendly
Old plane,cramped seating.
Not enough staff to deal with the number of people
Simple. Easy. No hassle. What more do I want?
45 minute queue for security, 20 minute queue for passport control. Rubbish!
Air traffic control system broken causing many delays.