Home of wonderful windmills and cosy coffee shops
You'll arrive here if travelling from the UK on Eurostar.
You'll arrive here if travelling from the UK, via Brussels. This is the main station in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam has it all; culture, charm, canals and more. Discover the vibrant energy and multiple faces of this wonderful city.
A great way to see Amsterdam and get a real feel for the city – or just rest your feet - is to take a cruise. Laze on the boat along the canals and see the beautiful buildings and bridges, it’s an open-air museum. For something special, hop on a cruise at night, it’s even more enchanting. Don’t forget your camera!
Take a trip to one of Amsterdam’s most famed and charming neighbourhoods, De Jordaan. Explore the maze-like streets, discover the hidden courtyards, shops, traditional cafés and restaurants and visit the museums. One not to miss is the home of Anne Frank. See the place where she and her family went into hiding during World War II, it’s an educational but moving experience.
Pay a visit to Vondelpark, Amsterdam’s most popular park. Dating back to 1850, it's spread out over 120 acres. You’ll find plenty to do; hire a bike or a pair of skates and explore the grounds, chill out on the lawns and watch the world - and cyclists - go by or enjoy a drink in one of the many cafés and mingle with the locals. Time it right, and you’ll enjoy free concerts too. Each year, over the summer months, the park turns in to an open-air theatre with a range of live performances; from classical music to dance, children’s plays to cabarets.
Prices based on lowest available Standard Class one way fare per person.
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