|Airline||Flight Number||Aircraft Equipment|
|KLM||936||BOEING 737-800 (WINGLETS) PASSENGER|
|Air France||1017||Airbus A319|
|Lufthansa||2517||AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320 SHARKLETS|
With a flight time of just under 90 minutes and a myriad of marvels awaiting you, flying to Amsterdam for a weekend, a few days or a longer trip is a magical idea. Before you even set off, you’re spoiled for choice when choosing your airline, with British Airways, Aer Lingus and more, all offering flights for passengers looking for a little sparkle on their journey. If you’re travelling on a budget, watch out for fantastic deals with low-cost carrier Ryanair, which is ready and raring to go with cheap flights to Amsterdam from Dublin.
There’s no end of choice for flight routes, giving you the flexibility to travel how and when you want. The city really comes to life at the weekend but cheap Dublin to Amsterdam flights are easier to find on weekdays and this wow city never disappoints. As for the season, head over in springtime to gaze at the tulips blooming, or in summer for the most glorious sunshine as you gently sail across the endless canals.
Dublin has just one easy-to-access airport for your flight to Amsterdam. Located around 15 kilometres from the city centre, hop on the AirLink 747 bus service from Heuston Station or O’Connell Street and you will soon be whizzing away to Dublin Airport, a one-hour trip. Buses depart up to every 10 minutes and an open return costs €12. Taxis, at around €30, offer a little more swoosh, reaching the airport in around 20 minutes, and may be a better deal if you’re travelling in a group. Dublin Airport has extensive parking facilities if you want to make your own way there.
With some seven terminals, Schiphol Airport can seem daunting as you disembark from your flight from Dublin to Amsterdam. However, it’s easy to make your way through to the airport’s station where trains are ready to whisk you away to Central Station, just 15 minutes away in the heart of the Dutch capital that will fill you with warm glows. Train tickets to Amsterdam centre cost around €5 but travellers after a more personal trip can jump in a taxi for a peaceful drive to the centre for around €30. For €5, buses also leave for Amsterdam centre every 10 minutes from bus stop B9.
Once you’ve arrived in the city, the fun can really begin. Whether you’re travelling with a group of friends or someone special, Amsterdam is full of wonder. From the sad but inspiring tale of Anne Frank at the house she called a home as she wrote her diaries, to the Van Gogh Museum to see his sunflowers and the Vondelpark for lazing in the grass, there will always be plenty to do in Amsterdam. And that is Amsterdam by day – come nightfall, the city sparkles as you meander the hidden alleys and stroll along the glimmering canals and soak up the atmosphere of this most surprising of cities.
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