NH Musica

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Van Leijenberghlaan 221, Amsterdam, 1082, The Netherlands
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 33% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Driving from Brussels airport to Amsterdam and then on to Brugge.

by rickd11

I keep reading traffic can be quite challenging. Can anyone tell me the best route to travel and what time of day is best to avoid traffic. Additionally, when traveling from Amsterdam to Brugge, I need to drop my my off my fellow travelers off at a train station, so they can travel on to London. What would be the best station to drop him off at.

Thanks, Rick

Re: Driving from Brussels airport to Amsterdam and then on to Brugge.

by johngayton

No idea about the driving bit but if you are doing a sort of circuit Brussels-Amsterdam-Brugge in that order then you might as well drop your friends off at Brugge railway station. From there they can pick up the trian back to Brussels (these run about half-hourly with a journey time of just over an hour) to connect with the Eurostar to London.

Your friends should note that unless they have "advance" tickets on Eurostar it can be a very expensive way to travel between Belgium and the UK and perhaps flights might be a better option. Your friends might be better off looking for cheap flights to London from Amsterdam unless they have a specific reason for heading back into Belgium with you.

Re: Driving from Brussels airport to Amsterdam and then on to Brugge.

by rickd11

Thank you. Should he book the train now or can you do it within a weeks time of traveling to get a decent fare.

Thanks again, Rick

Re: Driving from Brussels airport to Amsterdam and then on to Brugge.

by johngayton

The best fares on Eurostar: Belgium to London are those booked up to 120 days in advance. These start at £39.50 one-way (about 45 Euros) from any Belgian station to London St Pancras but sell out very quickly for popular times.

www.eurostar.com

But the cheap tickets are train-specific, non-refundable and not changeable.

I hate to say it but sometimes flying works out more economical (providing your friends make that flight).

Re: Driving from Brussels airport to Amsterdam and then on to Brugge.

by pieter_jan_v

It's not clear to me when you want to drop off your friends.

As the Brussels-Midi station is the start of the Eurostar to London, it might be good to drop them off there.

For the journey: avoid the peak hours in the morning and evening during work weeks.

On the Internet there's on-line up-to-date information:
http://www.verkeerscentrum.be/verkeersinfo/kaart
http://www.anwb.nl/verkeer


PJ

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

Bring an open mind and enjoy

by davequ

One of my most favorite things about Amsterdam is:

the pace, lifestyle, and feeling of the old city (away from busy center) along the canals on a warm, sunny day in the fall. Walking, and even better, bicycling the city and countryside both day and at night, especially during the still-warm fall weather.

A'Dam faves:
- The local people I met in Amsterdam. Puccinis. Bicycles. Indonesian and Dutch food. The peace of the sunset from a terrace. The chimes from Westerkerk Toren.

Meeting, listening to and learning from all different cultures of people on the streets, in the cafes, restaurants, museums, bars, and coffee shops.
Water; canals, art, architecture.

To me, Amsterdam at first felt like a city of harmony, but the more I return I am finding beneath the surface that is not necessarily the case.

No matter, I will not let prejudice and hatred spoil Amsterdam or the Netherlands for me.

Walking around

by micas_pt

Amsterdam's an easy city to walk through. At least that little area i got to know. Everything is so near and even though I spent few time there i didn't feel the need of getting into any tram to move around faster. Everything seems to be close, and you have to walk a little further some channel or nice building will come across your way and delight your eyes. While walking around don't forget to look up, some buildings are pretty interesting and you will notice some typical architecture. Streets are crowded both with locals and visitors and you still you feel you’re through a cosy welcoming city.

A must would be the Red Light...

by Ballgame

A must would be the Red Light District if you are a male. The cruise through the verious canals if you are a lady....or with a lady. The serenity of the water. The whole city has canals weaving in and out. This seperation makes every block seem like its own island. The air is fresh and the sounds are relaxing.

Amsterdam Tip

by kinipela6

Well, My fondest memory is really in a place just outside of Amsterdam called Edam. Definatly visit this beautiful village and rent a bike. Just for an hour or so. They are awesome old bikes-complete with the little hand bell. Riding along the red cobblestone past the beautiful dutch houses, canals and windmills is a priceless experience!
Also in the same town is a cheese-making factory, and a little wooden shoe carving factory. When I say 'factory' I mean, little dutch looking house where they make the stuff

Vondelpark - Another lake.

by A2002

Vondelpark is quite a big park to enjoy the peace and serenity...

There's another nice park at one end of this park surrounded by the museums such as, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, Stelidijk museum. I did not get the chance to take a picture to show you cos it was raining heavily after we finished taking these pictures and continued for the rest of the day. We passed by the park on the tram and the park looks beautiful.

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Address: Van Leijenberghlaan 221, Amsterdam, 1082, The Netherlands