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Departure Mon, 02 Sep Return Fri, 06 Sep
NWI Norwich
AMS Amsterdam
return from £130
Departure Mon, 23 Sep Return Thu, 26 Sep
NWI Norwich
AMS Amsterdam
return from £98
Departure Mon, 02 Sep Return Mon, 09 Sep
NWI Norwich
EIN Eindhoven
return from £146
Departure Tue, 01 Oct Return Fri, 04 Oct
NWI Norwich
EIN Eindhoven
return from £132
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Train
Local, one-way ticket
25%

Trains are 25% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Norwich.

Norwich
£2.2
Amsterdam
£2.74
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
10%

A meal in Amsterdam is 10% cheaper than a meal in Norwich.

Norwich
£15
Amsterdam
£13.7
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
31%

Taxis are 31% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Norwich.

Norwich
£3.5
Amsterdam
£4.57
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
4%

Coffee is 4% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Norwich.

Norwich
£2.64
Amsterdam
£2.74
( Norwich airports
  • ? Norwich (NWI)
    How far from city centre: 4 miles
) Amsterdam airports
  • ? Schiphol (AMS)
    How far from city centre: 1 miles
  • ? Welschap (EIN)
    How far from city centre: 67 miles
  • ? Rotterdam (RTM)
    How far from city centre: 40 miles
L Distance: 152 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Norwich to Amsterdam

How long is the flight from Norwich to Amsterdam?

The average direct flight duration between Norwich and Amsterdam takes between 50 minutes and 1 hour. The flight path, which is approximately 149 miles, travels over the North Sea off Norfolk’s east coast before landing in Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.

What documentation do I need to fly to Amsterdam from Norwich?

Passengers travelling to The Netherlands on cheap flights from Norwich to Amsterdam will require a valid passport to enter the country. Passports must be valid for the duration of your stay.

What are the most important things to pack in my suitcase when travelling to Amsterdam?

Comfortable shoes for walking and cycling, warm clothes in winter and a rain jacket across all seasons are just some of the essentials required for holidays in Amsterdam. The summer months can be warm, and a hat and sunglasses are advised if you are planning to spend time outdoors.

Which airlines fly from Norwich to Amsterdam

Two airlines operate cheap flights between Norwich Airport and Amsterdam Airport for city breaks:

  • Flybe, a primarily regional airline based in Exeter with flights across the UK and Europe
  • KLM, also known as Royal Dutch Airlines it is the flagship carrier of The Netherlands for both long haul and domestic flights.

How to find cheap flights from Norwich to Amsterdam

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When are the best times to fly from Norwich to Amsterdam

  • August is the height of summer in Amsterdam and the best time to explore the canals on an open top boat. The weather in August is also ideal for afternoons spent in Vondelpark and cycling around the city.
  • A trip to Amsterdam in December gives visitors the opportunity to explore the Christmas markets and indulge in some festive shopping in the boutiques of the Jordaan neighbourhood. Outdoor ice skating is also a must when visiting in December.
  • May is tulip season in The Netherlands and the best time to see these spectacular flowers in bloom. During the spring the temperature is also mild and clement – perfect for exploring the canals, museums and cafes.

Airports in Norwich

Norwich has one international airport which is located close to the city centre.

Useful information about Norfolk International Airport

The airport is situated 3 miles from the city and has a long history of flights to Amsterdam.

How to get to the airport:

  • By bus – Local buses operate from close to the terminal building to Norwich city centre every 10 to 20 minutes. Note that there is no bus service on a Sunday.
  • By road – The airport is located on the A140 which connects the cities of Norfolk and Ipswich to the terminal building. The drive from the city to the airport takes between 10 and 15 minutes.
  • By rail – The airport is not directly connected to a railway station. Norwich's central station is located a little less than 4 miles away and connects the city to many other areas across Norfolk and beyond.

Services: free Wi-Fi, shop, bar and money exchange. The airport also has a pet relief area and a family room.

Airports in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is served by Schiphol Airport which is the largest airport in the country.

Useful information about Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

You will find Amsterdam's airport 5.5 miles south-west of the city close to Haarlemmermeer.

How to get to the airport:

  • By car: Both the A4 and A9 motorways serve the airport and connect it to the capital city, Amsterdam.
  • By rail: The railway station is located underneath the airport and has regular train to the Amsterdam Centraal Station. The journey takes 20 to 30 minutes. There are also services to all major Dutch cities directly from the airport.
  • By bus: Amsterdam is connected to the airport by several bus routes. The most useful is the night bus N97 which connects terminates in the centre at Leidseplein – a major square in Amsterdam.

Services: Shops, bars, money exchange, museum, lounge with internet centre, restaurants, meeting rooms and a kid's zone.

What to do and visit in Amsterdam

  • Hire a bike and explore the city like a local
  • Take a ride in a canal boat and see the city from the water
  • Visit the Anne Frank house and experience an important historical event
  • Spend the afternoon in the urban Vondelpark with beers and a picnic
  • Learn about the esteemed artist Van Gogh at the museum dedicated to the famed Dutch painter
  • Visit the Rijksmuseum and see Rembrandt's most famous painting The Nightwatch
  • Explore Amsterdam's vibrant nightlife at a nightclub or live music venue
  • Visit the brewery IJ which is housed in Amsterdam's only remaining windmill
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