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Amsterdam Centraal


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Stationsplein
Amsterdam, NH 1012 AB

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"The AMSTERDAM Tower offers amazing views of the city and is reached by taking the free ferry from behind the Amsterdam Centraal Railway Station."  See More

"Zaanse Schans (15 minute train ride from Amsterdam Centraal and easy walk from station)."  See More

"Both Enterprise and Sixt have offices near Amsterdam Centraal station."  See More

"There are of course hotels in and near Schiphol airport though none are what I'd call 'cheap' (same with all airports). Imo, the same applies to Amsterdam itself though it does have a huge range of accommodation, including hostels and airbnb. Here's the official airport page:"  See More

"No-one can tell you whether you will have any difficulties getting to Amsterdam Centraal station because you have not said where you'll be staying."  See More

"The station is underneath the terminal (just follow the signs) and trains are frequent, taking around 15 minutes to get into Amsterdam Centraal station."  See More

"The train between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Amsterdam Centraal takes about 25-30 minutes each way, so don't forget to factor that in, plus the time it takes to clear security when you return to the airport."  See More

"It's just a bit outside the city centre, but since central Amsterdam is so compact it's only a 10 minute walk to the centre and a 15 minute walk to Amsterdam Centraal train station."  See More

"Hi Ann Marie! Great itinerary! I think you best bet is to book your accommodation through Airbnb. Some hostels offer private rooms with private bathrooms, but you could find a hotel that is equally priced. In London, you should be able to find an Airbnb very reasonably priced in zone 2. Try around Camden Town, Kings Cross, Greenwich and Stockwell for places that are well connected with central. Basically, anywhere on the Victoria Line, Northern Line, Picadilly Line or Jubilee Line (Underground train lines, aka the tube) will be well connected to New Oxford St, Leicester Square, Westminster, Waterloo Station and London Bridge. This is where all the best attractions are. Check out my blog post for ideas on how to get around, where to eat out, free things to do and day trips you can do from the city. !!"  See More

"The location is also great - it's a little way from Amsterdam Centraal, but it is right beside Vondelpark and you can get there very easily via the trams or on a bike."  See More

"Other than that, ferry from Amsterdam Centraal to Amsterdam-Noord is always free, although it's quite short and I wouldn't say it's the best water experience you can get in Amsterdam."  See More

"I really mention to everyone to stay away from the main drag Dam Square and Amsterdam Centraal!"  See More

"Within 15 minutes by train you arrive at Amsterdam Centraal which is in the city center."  See More

"Around Amsterdam Centraal there are a lot of options of cheap rooms."  See More

"Walk out of Amsterdam Centraal station straight to the GVB booth and purchase travel pass for the number of days you will spend in amsterdam, then get on tram 16 get off at Ruysdaelstraat t and have lunch at Het Loetje, order Steak frites (Everyone does!"  See More








   
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