All you need to know about flights from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport TLV to Amsterdam Schiphol AMS
How to find cheap flights to Amsterdam
Flights to the Netherlands used to be expensive, but the low-cost revolution changed everything. On Skyscanner.co.il we will search traditional and low-cost airlines, as well as hundreds of online travel agents and find you cheap flights to Amsterdam. The average price for round-trip flights from Tel Aviv to Amsterdam is $270 (₪933). However, on some dates you can find very cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Amsterdam for less than $160 round-trip (around ₪553), just remember that prices change regularly.
To find the cheapest flights from Tel Aviv to Amsterdam search “whole month” instead of limiting yourself to specific dates. We will give you an overview of the selected month so that you can plan your trip accordingly.
When to book cheap flights to Amsterdam
The best time to book your cheap flights to Amsterdam from Tel Aviv is 12 weeks before you plan to fly. You can save around 8% on the average flight price. The cheapest month to find cheap flights Tel Aviv to Amsterdam is January when flights are 28% cheaper than the average, followed by February with tickets cheaper by 24%. Another expert tip is to sign up for Price Alert. We’ll notify you by email when the prices change. You can register for as many alerts as you want, it’s free of charge, and you can cancel it at any time. This way, you can book your tickets when cheap flights to Amsterdam are offered at the lowest prices.
Airports with direct flights to Amsterdam
Direct cheap flights to Amsterdam depart from Ben Gurion Airport - TLV.
What airlines fly to Amsterdam from Israel?
Airports in Amsterdam
Cheap flights to Amsterdam from Tel Aviv arrive at Schiphol Airport. It has one terminal, so even though it is a huge airport - it’s not too complicated to understand where you are. The most comfortable way to get to the city center is by train which takes 15-20 minutes. A single ticket to Amsterdam Centraal station costs €5.40 (₪23.30). Do not buy a return ticket unless you are coming back on the same day. At the airport, you can buy travel cards for 1-3 days which includes the fares from and to the airport. If you are caught without a valid ticket, there is a €35 fine.
You can take the Amsterdam Airport Express 397 (used to be 197) bus which costs €6 (₪25.80) and takes about 40 minutes. If you have a lot of luggage, consider taking the Connexxion’s Schiphol Hotel Shuttle directly to your hotel. The service costs €17 or €27 (up to ₪120) when you buy a return ticket.
The taxi rank is located in front of Schiphol Plaza. Official taxis in the Netherlands are metered, and many drivers also speak English. There are several car rental companies, compare prices on Skyscanner Car Rental.
When to go to Amsterdam?
Summer is the busiest time of the year in the capital of the Netherlands. If you want to find cheap flights to Amsterdam during the warmer months - you’ll have to plan well in advance (have we mentioned already our Price Alert tool?). Spring and autumn are also great, but pack warmer clothes than when you wear at home and be ready for some rain. If you are visiting in April, don’t skip the Tulip Festival and of course the Kings/Queens Day. Your best chance to find cheap flights to Amsterdam is during the winter if you don’t mind the cold temperatures and the short days.
What to see and do in Amsterdam?
Amsterdam, in Hebrew - אמסטרדם, has plenty of must-see attractions. Top your must-see list with Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Vondelpark, Dam Square, Jordaan, and Red Light District. The relatively newly opened Film museum is also worth visiting with its lovely cafe overlooking the water. If you are lucky to have a sunny day - Amsterdam Zoo is an enjoyable activity.
If you have found cheap flights to Amsterdam from Tel Aviv in September, you can visit the Amsterdam Fringe Festival and the funky Jordaan Festival. Visiting in springtime? Tulip season is on and you can see the beautiful flowers at Bloemenmarkt, Tulip Museum, Botanical Gardens, and Aalsmeer flower auction.
The public transport system is excellent, but you can join the locals and rent a bike. They don’t care if it rains - they bike anyway, and that’s a great way to explore the city and find a local coffee house. Craft beer bars, art museums, and quirky flea markets are scattered all over the city.
If biking isn’t your thing, you can wander by foot and find a surprising restaurant. There’s so much to see, and you won’t want to go back home. Looking for cheap hotels? We have that too - compare prices on Skyscanner Hotels.
This information is correct as of March 2018
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