Amsterdam is famous for its canals. There are more than 100 km of them, constructed in a concentric pattern around the old town to drain swamp land and enlarge the city. The canals are lined with 16th and 17th-century houses with characteristic gable ends. Take a boat trip and admire the architecture. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Amsterdam’s extensive clubbing scene attracts many visitors. Around Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein there are numerous nightclubs with many different styles of music. The morning after a big night you can enjoy an Amsterdam breakfast with coffee, sugar bread and boerenkaas cheese.
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Zurich - AmsterdamFlight duration: 01:40 hrs total, Frequency: 6 x daily
Departure ZurichTerminal: 1 / 3Counter opening time: 24 h prior to departure
Arrival AmsterdamDistance to city centre: 15 km