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Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, and also undoubtedly one of the biggest cultural hotspots in Europe. It is one of the world’s most popular destinations, and once you’ve visited for yourself, it won’t be difficult to understand why.
The city is famous for its canals, cycle routes, and art galleries, and of course the Red Light District. It pays host to all manner of different types of tourists, and there is something for everybody, whether you are visiting with family, friends, solo traveling or enjoying a romantic break.
For lovers of art, the city is an absolute treasure trove of masterpieces. From the Van Gogh Museum to the Rembrandts, Matisses and Mondrians on display at other museums across the city, you are never too far away from one of the famous greats.
Amsterdam is famously a very cozy city, and in fact, there is a word in Dutch that much better embodies the feeling, which is Gezellig. From the traditional brown cafes where you can stop for a drink, to the snug restaurants where you can enjoy a meal by candlelight, there are plenty of places to experience Amsterdam’s unique vibe.
The architecture, history, and shopping opportunities are also all well worth visiting for, so if you’re ready to visit Amsterdam yourself, you’ll find some fantastic deals on flights here at Globehunters, including business class flights.
When embarking upon any long-haul journey, you know that you are going to be in the air for a rather long time, and comfort becomes even more of a priority.
Flights to Amsterdam from the US vary, with New York routes taking roughly 9 hours and Los Angeles around 11, so if you opt for business class over economy, which gives you the perfect amount of time to get some rest before you land in Europe.
Flying business class not only offers the luxury of seats that lie completely flat, you’ll also have a lot more privacy and personal space, allowing you to catch some sleep, or relax and watch a movie.
The food in business class is also a class above economy, and if you’re a bit of a foody, you’ll definitely appreciate the extra touches.
Direct routes are available from cities across the US, including New York, Los Angeles, Boston, and San Francisco. Indirect routes are also available, which are often cheaper.
If you’re ready to book your flights to Amsterdam, get in touch with our friendly team here at Globehunters, who would be happy to help you find the most convenient routes for you at the best prices.
Not only that, but they can help you with other elements of your trip too, such as car hire and hotel rooms.