Cheap Flights from Barcelona to Amsterdam

Flight information Barcelona to Amsterdam

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Average flight time, total distance 771 miles

2h 15min

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Fly From Barcelona to Amsterdam

Amsterdam in the Netherlands is a historic port and cultural center that has one of the highest standards of living in the world. Flights from Barcelona to Amsterdam are quick and easy due to these cities’ close proximity in Europe. Nonstop flights are run by Vueling Airlines and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and depart from and arrive at these cities’ eponymous airports, Barcelona Airport and Amsterdam Airport.

Facilities at Barcelona and Amsterdam

Barcelona Airport has two terminals with most flights, including those to Amsterdam, departing from Terminal 1. Pass the time before your flight by browsing the duty-free shops, or catch a quick bite to eat at one of the cafes that dot the airport.

Amsterdam Airport is arranged as one terminal with three departure halls splitting eight concourses between them. There are many cafes, restaurants and bars to refresh yourself after your flight and shops that sell needed travel essentials.

Travel from Amsterdam Airport

Public transportation options are available to transport you seamlessly into the city of Amsterdam. The train and bus have a similar cost, with the bus taking longer but offering a more direct route.

Taxis can cost up to $50 although the trip is quick during non-rush hour times. A rented car can be quite convenient in Amsterdam and ultimately more affordable; use our car rental search to find the best option for your trip using our convenient filters to sort based on rating, availability and more.

Hints and Tips for Amsterdam

Owing to Amsterdam’s proximity to the sea, temperatures here are quite moderated compared to the rest of the European continent. Summers are warm and winters are cold but rarely does the temperature reach extremes. Amsterdam is a retail hub with daily and weekly open air markets drawing visitors from around the world. Festivals occur year-round for various events such as Koningsdag, or King’s Day, an event in late April celebrating the birthday of the King of the Netherlands. This signature event features residents selling used goods and flaunting the royal color orange.

Art museums in the city display collections of some of the world’s greatest masterpieces, including those by Flemish masters native to the country. Cafes and discotheques, or dance halls, are ubiquitous and feature a diverse collection of people native to the city and visitors from afar. Don’t forget to take a tour of this beautiful city via canal boat for an unforgettable memory.

Costs for eating out are fairly standard for the area, at $15 per person for an inexpensive meal and at least $60 or more for a nice dinner for two people. With our hotel search you’ll be able to find affordable accommodations for a stay that won’t break the bank.

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