Trains in London are 9% cheaper than in Amsterdam.
The average meal is 12% more expensive in London than in Amsterdam.
A taxi in London costs roughly the same as in Amsterdam.
Coffee is 24% more expensive in London than in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is the largest city of Netherlands, and also its capital. Amsterdam is served by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which is one of the busiest airports in Europe. It is located southwest of Amsterdam and millions of people pass through this airport every year.
To fly from Amsterdam to London, you will have to reach Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which has a single terminal but three departure halls. The airport has been functional since 1916 and is one of the oldest airports in Europe. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol usually ranks in one of the top ten busiest airports of Europe and is known for its modern design.
Cheap flights from Amsterdam to London take off from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. To reach the airport from Amsterdam's city center, take a train at Amsterdam Central Station from platforms 1 or 2. You can also hop on one of the Amsterdam Airport shuttles run by Connexxion. Another option is to take one of the city buses to reach the airport from wherever you are located. From the city center, bus route 197 takes you to the airport. From Amsterdam South, bus route 310 will help you reach the airport. There are also taxis, trams and buses which offer connectivity through the city to go to the airport.
While Buckingham Palace, London Bridge, and the various museums are always synonymous with London, this global city also has many offbeat things to do. London's best kept secret is its eastern region, especially Hackney and Dalston. Both of these suburbs have a bohemian feel to them, and they have seen an increasing number of cafes, galleries, avant-garde stores and commercial establishments open. While in Hackney, be sure to grab a coffee at The Wilton Way Cafe, which coincidentally, also plays great music. Walk around the streets of Dalston to discover an entire world of street art, which is often not possible to find in the more upscale areas of London.
Flights to London from Amsterdam may land at one of the many airports located in and around the city of London. Heathrow is the most famous of these airports and is located just 15 minutes away from Paddington Station if you board the Heathrow Express. Gatwick, the second-most popular airport serving London, is 30 minutes away from Victoria Station on the Gatwick Express. If your plane lands at Luton Airport, take a train to reach Central London in just 40 minutes. Stansted and Southend airports are 47 and 54 minutes away respectively from Liverpool Street. If you are lucky enough to land at London City Airport, you can take a bus to the city center.
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