If Amsterdam's on your travel wishlist but you're on a tight holiday budget, then you might want to check out Wowcher's latest deal.

The vouchers website has teamed up with Crystal Travel to offer cheap Amsterdam breaks, and you can currently bag two-night breaks from £69pp(you can also find three-night breaks from £149pp).

The price includes a hotel stay at either the Hotel King's Court or Campaniele Amsterdam, as well as your return flights from the UK. The cheapest fares are based on London airports but you can also find deals from Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh.

When we took a look we could find the £69pp deals in March only, but there were still heaps of Amsterdam breaks under £150pp in the deals for travel dates throughout the year, until the 30th November 2020.

You can already book Wowcher's Amsterdam deal online but it is worth noting that the deals are subject to availability.


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Of course Amsterdam is one of those year-round destinations that has friendly locals and heaps to explore. No wonder it's been tipped to be the world's most tourist-friendly city.

We've got an Amsterdam city guide with top tips on the best attractions. The city is also home to some weird and wonderful museums – the Cat Museum is particularly popular with visitors.

Going for that world famous nightlife? We've searched out some of the best Amsterdam bars to give you a starting point.

Don't be disheartened if you can't quite make the Wowcher deals work for you.

The good news is that, because Amsterdam is a popular destination, there are ways to visit the city on a budget.

For a start there are plenty of cheap hotels in Amsterdam, while easyJet and Ryanair can be good sources for cheap flights under £20 each way.

If you don't want to fly then you may want to consider Eurostar – the high speed rail service has launched a new direct route from Amsterdam to the UK to match its existing London-Amsterdam route, meaning you can bag direct returns (and fares start from £35 each way).

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