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Flights Bristol to Amsterdam

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Last minute flights to Amsterdam

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Departure Tue, 19 Mar Return Tue, 26 Mar
BRS Bristol
AMS Amsterdam
return from £72
Departure Mon, 15 Apr Return Sat, 20 Apr
BRS Bristol
AMS Amsterdam
return from £105
Departure Wed, 27 Mar Return Tue, 02 Apr
CWL Cardiff
AMS Amsterdam
return from £101
Departure Thu, 25 Apr Return Mon, 29 Apr
CWL Cardiff
AMS Amsterdam
return from £194
Route information
Discover the most useful information about Bristol and Amsterdam to organise your travel.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 1.14 EUR
British Pound Sterling Euro
1 EUR = 0.88 GBP
Last checked on 15 March 2019
Train
Local, one-way ticket
2%

Trains are 2% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Bristol.

Bristol
£2.5
Amsterdam
£2.56
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
15%

A meal in Amsterdam is 15% cheaper than a meal in Bristol.

Bristol
£15
Amsterdam
£12.82
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
42%

Taxis are 42% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Bristol.

Bristol
£3
Amsterdam
£4.27
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
9%

Coffee in Amsterdam is 9% cheaper than in Bristol.

Bristol
£2.75
Amsterdam
£2.51
( Bristol airports
  • ? Cardiff-Wales (CWL)
    How far from city centre: 39 miles
  • ? Bristol (BRS)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
) Amsterdam airports
  • ? Schiphol (AMS)
    How far from city centre: 1 miles
  • ? Welschap (EIN)
    How far from city centre: 67 miles
  • ? Rotterdam (RTM)
    How far from city centre: 40 miles
L Distance: 319 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Bristol to Amsterdam

How long is the Bristol flight to Amsterdam?

The flight duration from Bristol to Amsterdam is one hour and twenty minutes.

How early should I arrive at the airport?

Abide by your airlines rules if they have specific times they would like you to be at the airport, otherwise try to pass through security at least two hours before the departure of your flight. Bristol only has one terminal so the queues shouldn’t be too long and two hours should see you at your gate in good time.

Most important things to pack in my suitcase to travel to Amsterdam?

Don’t forget a travel adapter as UK plugs will not fit the Dutch sockets, but the most important thing to remember is the right clothes. Cycling is big in Amsterdam, and at some point you are bound to join the many local cyclists on a bike. Make sure you pack clothes suitable for this activity so that you can enjoy your ride in comfort.

Which airlines fly from Bristol to Amsterdam?

You can choose to fly to Amsterdam with stopovers or a direct flight, and if you choose direct the flight path will be just over 320 miles. This is a list of some airline names that fly from Bristol to Amsterdam:

How to find cheap flights from Bristol to Amsterdam

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When is the best time to fly from Bristol to Amsterdam?

April is gorgeous in Amsterdam as it is right in the middle of tulip season which runs from mid-March to May. The spring weather is lovely and there are fewer tourists than in the height of summer, meaning the queues for any attractions will be much shorter, ideal for quick city breaks.

Airports in Bristol

Useful information about Bristol International Airport

Bristol International Airport is 8 miles southwest of the city and has bus and taxi connections:

  • Train: There is no direct train line that you can catch to get you to Bristol Airport, but the Airport Flyer Express will take you from Bristol Temple Meads station which has connections to the rest of the UK’s rail network. Trips will take about 20 minutes and cost £7 for a single ticket.
  • Bus: The Airport Flyer Express leaves the bus station every 10 minutes, stops at the railway station en route and gets you to the airport in about 35 minutes. It costs £7 for this journey too.
  • Taxi: Taxis can be pre-ordered or picked up at many of the taxi ranks in Bristol itself to take you to the airport. They cost around £25 to £30 from the centre and should take around 25 minutes.

Airports in Amsterdam

Useful information about Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Schiphol Airport is the largest in the Netherlands and is just 8 miles from the centre of Amsterdam with rail, bus and taxi connections into the city:

  • Train: The Dutch train operator Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) has a station underneath the terminal at the airport with many trains running into the centre of Amsterdam as well as The Hague, Rotterdam and Utrecht. The Thalys and Eurostar services also stop here for journeys further afield. It takes just less than 20 minutes and costs 5.40 euros to get into the centre of Amsterdam by train.
  • Bus: Bus number 19, the Amsterdam Airport Express, leaves every 10 minutes or so during the day and can get you into Schiphol Plaza in about 30 minutes costing about 6 euros.
  • Taxi: There is a taxi rank outside the arrivals hall but no set rate for a trip into the city. This means that you may pay more if you arrive at rush hour, but with no traffic the trip should take around 20 minutes and cost you about 40 euros.

What to do and visit in Amsterdam

Whether you are visiting on a city break or a longer holiday, these are some attractions to visit in Amsterdam:

  • Anne Frank’s House that has been turned into a museum.
  • The Rijksmuseum housing European art.
  • Van Gogh Museum, the world’s largest collection of his paintings.
  • Dam Square with the Royal Palace.
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