Using air transportation to visit Amsterdam is the most practical way. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the main international airport of Netherlands. It’s located 9 kilometers southwest of the city, in Haarlemmermeer municipality. It is one of Europe’s busiest airports in terms of passenger density.
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The airport has a railway station, located underneath the airport complex. There are six platforms accessible by elevator. The station is operational 24 hours a day and connects the airport to city lines. There is a train to Amsterdam Central every other hour. This railway also connects to direct intercity lines; such as Leiden, The Hague, Rotterdam, Deventer, and eleven others.
There is also a bus station outside the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It’s operational day and night and has 25 scheduled routes.
Amsterdam is a very highly developed city and you can navigate in and around the city by various types of transportation. Amsterdam is known as a bicycle-friendly city and most of the inhabitants also use bicycles as a primary choice of transportation. You can rent bikes almost anywhere in the city.
You can also use boats to navigate around Amsterdam. Amsterdam has a very large network of canals spread within the city. Also, Amsterdam has 5 metro routes, 16 tram routes, 10 train stations, lots of regional buses and some suburban buses.
Airport Code: AMS
Distance from City Center: 17,5 km
Schipol Airport became the prominent connection point of the Netherlands in 1945 for civilian needs. It went under reconstruction after it had been severely damaged in the Second World War. The airport currently consists of three departure halls under a single terminal. It has a capacity of 50 million passengers annually and provides numerous facilities for all needs.
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