Bus to and from Amsterdam from 5 €
Tourist Information on Amsterdam
Even though Amsterdam is one of Europe's smaller capitals, it's definitely worth crossing the border to visit the heartbeat of the Netherlands. The port city is most famous for its night life but also has much to offer in terms of culture, as well as a host of opportunities to shop. Amsterdam is a unique city with an international and relaxed atmosphere - there really is something here for each and every one of our bus passengers! The capital is also home to the largest Van Gogh collection in the world, along with famous canal architecture and traditional Dutch pub culture - there are so many reasons to travel to the 'Venice of the North'. A cheap bus to this beautiful metropolis? That's the best way to travel to Amsterdam.
Practical information for your bus trip to Amsterdam
|Ticket prices start at:||€5.00|
|Where is the FlixBus bus stop in Amsterdam?||Radarweg (Orlyplein), 1043 DT Amsterdam|
|Can I travel by night bus?||Yes|
|Ideal destination for…?||Culture | History | Nightlife|
Things to do in Amsterdam
A visit to Anne Frank’s house is a touching experience as you will not only see the house itself but also the secret rooms that the diary frequently referred to. For our bus passengers who enjoy research and technology, the NEMO science centre will definitely be on the cards for when your bus arrives in Amsterdam. The building’s impressive architecture, unusual design and large roof terrace allows both children and adults to interactively explore the world of science. A visit to the oldest building in the city, the "Oude Kerk," is a complete contrast to the NEMO museum. It was built in the 13th Century and is in the district of what we know today as the “Red Light District,” a prime example of the many different faces of Amsterdam. The Royal Palace Amsterdam is not used by the Dutch royal family nowadays but is reserved purely for state visits and receptions, however it is possible to visit the premises of the former town hall. The diversity of the city is what makes it one of the most popular European destinations for travelers.
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Culture & History
After its establishment as a fishing village, Amsterdam soon became known as a centre for trade. The city has now become a cultural metropolis as well as one of Europe’s most important trading hubs. The various dutch architectural designs represent the boom years of the city and demonstrate Amsterdam’s prosperity. Amsterdam’s museums offer many masterpieces which demonstrate the spectacular art that came out of the Netherlands’ Golden Ages. If you are taking the bus to Amsterdam for a short trip you should definitely visit the National Dutch Museum, where there are over one million different artefacts to see.
Nightlife in Amsterdam
Many internationally famous DJ’s come from the Netherlands, so therefore it's not surprising many people will take a bus to Amsterdam just for the epic parties and nightlife. One of the best places for live music is “Paradiso,” which is known as the pop temple of Amsterdam. At “Paradiso” you can dance to the music of your favourite DJ’s, who often drop in for live performances. “Paradiso” is also a unique night club as it used to be a church in the 19th Century, so it's a building of incredible beauty. If you would like to end your day of shopping or sightseeing in a more relaxed manner, then you can spend your evening in one of Amsterdam’s pubs. For example, the “in het Aepjen” which is just one of Amsterdam’s pubs, offering an impressive selection of beer!