Amsterdam Nightlife

 

Amsterdam is one of the worlds most amazing nightlife scenes and has to be experienced at least once by everyone in our opinion! It can be considered the home of dance music with many names in the House, Techno, EDM and Pop scenes being from this country. Because of this, they know how to throw an awesome party in the capital of the Netherlands. Its also known for its famous red light district which hosts the window girls and has a lively atmosphere on an evening. Amsterdam has plenty of canals which section off the city into certain zones, reading our guides will help you plan the clubs, bars and where to stay in this amazing city. Its also worth checking out the nightlife map for planning ahead.

Currency Language/s
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February
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March
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April
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May
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June
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July
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August
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September
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October
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November
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December
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Known For... The Home Of Dance Music

Amsterdam and the Netherlands can be considered the home of dance music with some of the worlds most famous DJ’s originating from here. One this is for sure, the clubs here know how to party! Check out the nightclub guide for Amsterdam before you get lost! 

Must See... Red Light District

Its no doubt that Amsterdam’s red light district is a known factor for anyone who plans to visit. Its worth having a look around and seeing how the famous windows work and experiencing some of the bars around the area, on a evening these places can be full of atmosphere and good vibes.

Location and Getting Here...

Amsterdam is not far from the UK and because of this you are spoiled for choices on how to get here!

 

Train

You can get a train from London St Pancreas to Amsterdam central, calling at Brussels.

 

Cruise/Ship

This is an extremely popular choice if you plan to visit Amsterdam in the winter months as most cruise providers offer weekend breaks on 2 for 1 offers meaning its around £50pp! The departure destinations are usually Hull and Newcastle so its worth checking them out.

 

Air

As Amsterdam is not a long distance away from the UK you can expect frequent flights from all around the UK to the main airport which is situated not to far from the city center. Cost will be around £50 return.