Fly from Liverpool to Amsterdam
If you’re thinking of visiting the scenic city of Amsterdam and travelling from the North West, choose Liverpool John Lennon Airport for the best service and greatest choice of flights every time.
If you’re yet to visit Amsterdam, it’s about time you put it on your list! Immerse yourself in the cobbled and characteristic streets or take in the scenic sites on two wheels – travel to the Dutch capital from Liverpool John Lennon Airport with a great choice of flights from easyJet.
easyJet have frequent flights between Liverpool and Amsterdam and you can book your Amsterdam flight right here using our SkyScanner booking system. Whatever the nature of your trip our regular flights from Liverpool to Amsterdam in Netherlands are quick and convenient and fly into Schiphol Airport.
Once you book flights to Amsterdam, Netherlands you might want to browse information on Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.
If you are planning to book of the regular flights from Amsterdam to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
Why you should go
Dating all the way back to the 12th Century, Amsterdam’s iconic canals and Defence Lines have rightfully made it onto the UNESCO World Heritage List and it’s a charming destination recognised for its vibrant atmosphere. With a 1 hour 15 minute travel time from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, there’s no excuse not to hop over the North Sea to pay this cultural capital a visit.
From diverse and beautiful architecture to world-famous sights like the Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and Anne Frank Huis, Amsterdam will have you run off your feet with things to do for the entirety of your stay. Make sure you save some time to visit Vondelpark, one of the city’s largest parks attracting 10 million visitors a year and the perfect location for a bike ride.
It’s likely you’ll get lost amongst its numerous canal bridges and slim line buildings, but when you’ve finished your sightseeing it will be time to hit the bars! From traditional hideouts to popular cafés and eateries, it’s the perfect excuse to sample locally brewed Heineken and other Dutch beers.
When you should go
Amsterdam comes alive in the sunshine and its greenery shines through the streets during the spring and summer months. During winter, it’s the perfect destination to cosy up inside an eccentric café or stroll around the popular Dickension Christmas markets.
Where you should stay
Getting around Amsterdam is stress-free and straightforward, so you’ll be in close reach to everything if you stay in the city centre. Further south is bohemian hangout, De Pijp which is good for beating the crowds. To the west of the city centre you’ll find another popular neighbourhood called Jordaan, which is situated amongst some of the most expensive houses in the Netherlands.
Amsterdam has hidden gems concealed around almost every corner, so if you’re looking for some alternative exploring, why not check out the following:
- Bloemenmarkt – Open up to the smells and sights of the only floating flower market in the world and experience a unique florist like no other.
- Tassenmuseum Hendrijke (Museum of Bags and Purses) – For the fashionistas amongst us, you can spend your time in awe at around 4,000 of the most stunning accessories. Who would have thought you could visit an entire museum showcasing past and present handbag trends?
- Little Woodcutter Man – This bronze statue shows a man sawing the branch of the tree. As an anonymous art feature which has been around since 1989, keep an eye out for him opposite the bridge from the Leidseplein.
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