Transfer in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is one of the most popular touristic destinations in the world. Each year more than 4.5 million people come here to experience the majestic atmosphere of the capital. The high season is from April to October. This time of the year the city is especially lovely with blossoming trees and neat flowerbeds.
You can reach the heart of the Netherlands from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol: just 18km and you have arrived. The train platform is just below the main airport lobby and the city is just 15 minutes away. Moreover, a few buses travel from the airport and make stops near the main Amsterdam hotels. There is always a taxi near the hotel entrance. If you travel from other cities you can use either bus or train. To save time during the travel, use transfer service.
It is advised to spend at least a few days in Amsterdam to see as much it has to offer as possible. Start with a tour. As in the rest of Europe, double-deckers ride around the city and its passengers are given personal maps with the landmarks on it. Visit the Hermitage in on Amstel and the Rembrandt museum. See the floating Flower Market - it is especially beautiful in spring. After that, if you go down the street, you can get to the Rijksmuseum which has an art collection with exhibits from various ages. Through the huge museum arc, you can reach the square with 5 exhibition buildings and the famous I love Amsterdam sign. It’s best to buy the tickets to all the museums in advance on official websites.
If you travel with children, they would love the Natural Science Museum. Each floor is dedicated to specific science and has many interactive features.
All the tourist attractions are located in the older part of the city but there is also an industrial part of Amsterdam which can also be interesting. You can get there by ferry which leaves from the central station every 30 minutes. It used to be a shipyard here but now it is a collection of artist workshops and small production companies. One of the main points of interest here is the A’Dam Lookout observation deck. Here you can enjoy all the Amsterdam from a 100m height. Keep in mind, that the weather in Amsterdam is very unpredictable so be ready for cold winds.
After you have seen all the landmarks of Amsterdam, travel around the places which served as inspiration for van Gogh and Rembrandt. Book a transfer with a driver in Amsterdam to reach the magnificent windmill fields and tulip meadows.