Holiday Packages in Amsterdam

Want to visit the Netherlands? Book an Amsterdam holiday package and get the best deal on return flights from New Zealand. Webjet curates specials from leading airlines and top hotels around the world, so you don't have to spend hours trawling through the internet trying to plan your trip. All you need to do is enter your travel dates, select the holiday package that suits your budget, and you're ready to visit one of Europe's top city breaks! It's the easiest way to book your trip, and you'll have everything booked in a couple of minutes.

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Flying to Amsterdam

You can find cheap flights to Amsterdam from New Zealand's major cities. Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington all have regular flights with the world's top airlines. The most popular route is from Auckland with an average flight time of 31h 35min. Flights from New Zealand to Amsterdam generally have two stopovers in cities like Abu Dhabi, London or Guangzhou. All flights from New Zealand will land at Amsterdam's Schipol Airport (AMS). It's the main international airport for the Netherlands and is one of the largest transportation hubs in Europe. Only nine kilometres from the city centre, it's a quick taxi ride or trip on public transportation to get to your hotel.


Where to Stay in Amsterdam

Webjet's Amsterdam packages combine flight deals with the city's top hotels. You can stay in beautiful canal-facing apartments that suit your budget and travelling style.


Pulitzer Amsterdam

Pultizer Amsterdam is a collection of picture-perfect canal houses. Located in the centre of the city, you'll be within walking distance to top attractions like the Anne Frank House, Madame Tussauds and the Royal Palace. Inside your room, you'll find beautifully decorated ensuite rooms, complimentary toiletries and 24-hour room service. The hotel's amenities also include a fitness centre, bicycle rent and concierge services.


Canal House

If you're looking for unique accommodation options in Amsterdam, you can't go wrong with a stay at Canal House. Each room has stunning views of the city and is decked out in luxurious decor with modern finishings. The hotel is a short walk away from top attractions like the Royal Palace and offers a complimentary breakfast to all guests. You can also expect iPod docking stations in your room as well as free designer toiletries.


NH Collection Amsterdam Barbizon Palace

The Amsterdam Barbizon Palace is the ultimate in luxury accommodation. It's a five-star hotel situated in the city's old quarter. The buildings are converted 17th-century townhouses, and each room comes with a personal Nespresso machine, premium mattresses and stylish decors. Make use of the Guest Relations team to organise tours or restaurant reservations, get your daily workout at the onsite gym and grab a cup of coffee at one of the many nearby cafes.


Things to do in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of the top travel destinations in Europe. The capital city of the Netherlands is famous for its canal network, coffee shops and fascinating history. With intriguing museums, a delicious food scene and tons of nearby day trips - it's an excellent city break for solo travellers, couples or families.


Visit the Anne Frank House

If you're interested in the history of WWII, a visit to the Anne Frank House won't disappoint. During the war, Anne and her family hid in the attic, and it's where she penned her famous diary. Today, the annex has been turned into a museum to give visitors a glimpse into the lives of Anne and her family.


See the world-famous tulip fields

If you can, plan your visit to Amsterdam during the spring and visit the city's famous Bollenstreek tulip fields. If you're short on time, you can also admire the flowers at the city's Bloemenmarket. It's a floating market on the Singel.


Go to the Van Gogh Museum

Van Gogh is one of the most celebrated artists in history. The museum in Amsterdam houses more than 1000 paintings, drawings and letters. If you want to save money, buy the I Amsterdam City Card, and you'll get free entrance to the museum.


The Best Time to Visit Amsterdam

The best time to visit Amsterdam is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). It's the city's two shoulder seasons, and you'll have an easier time finding cheap flights from New Zealand. There are also fewer crowds at the top attractions and hotels drop their rates. But if you're travelling to Amsterdam on a budget, plan your trip for the city's winter months. You'll find the best prices for accommodation as hotels slash their prices to make up for the seasonal lull. The summer months (June to August) are the most expensive time to visit the city, but the weather is at it's best. Book your trip a few months in advance to lock in better prices for flights and accommodation.