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British Airways and easyJet operate direct flights to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) from London Gatwick several times a day.
A whopping 16 airlines offer a non-stop flight to Amsterdam in 2016 from London Heathrow, including British Airways, KLM and Air France.
From Luton, you can book low-cost flights to Amsterdam courtesy of Vueling, easyJet, Iberia and British Airways. The story is pretty much the same from London City Airport.
If you’re after a rock-bottom bargain, easyJet also runs Amsterdam flights from Stansted and Southend. Going Dutch is a doddle in 2016.
It isn’t just Londoners that have all the luck when it comes to bargain airfares.
Look for flight deals from Manchester to Amsterdam or compare Amsterdam flight bargains from Birmingham to Amsterdam.
Flybe operates direct flights to Amsterdam in 2016 and 2017 from Manchester, Doncaster, Southampton, Dundee, Nottingham and Norwich, while easyJet operates cheap flights from Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast and Bristol.
If you’re looking to fly to the Netherlands in true Dutch style, KLM runs direct flights to Amsterdam from Manchester, Durham, Leeds, Southampton, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Norwich, Aberdeen and Bristol.
Getting into the city from the airport is easy. Discover more on our how to get around Amsterdam page.
Does flying give you the heebie-jeebies? If so, swerve the skies and hit the rails instead.
Travelling from London St Pancras, you can hop on the Eurostar to Brussels Midi station and continue on to Amsterdam Centraal from there. Depending on connections, the journey takes around four hours, giving you plenty of time to gaze out over the pancake-flat landscape between Belgium and Holland.
It tends to be a little more expensive than flying, but you can’t put a price tag on peace of mind and the scenery alone is worth the extra spend.
Finally, mix things up a little by combining the train and ferry, giving you a flight-free trip to Amsterdam.
A Dutch Flyer ticket covers the train journey from London or East Anglia to Harwich, where luxurious ferries go on to the Hook of Holland.
From there, grab an onward train to Amsterdam Centraal. You can choose between the daytime crossing, arriving into Amsterdam at 7.30pm, or the overnight ferry, which leaves at 11pm and gets you into Amsterdam at 10am the next morning. If you opt for the overnight trip, you'll sleep in a private en-suite cabin and grab a late dinner on board.