Bundle your Flight, Resort and Automobile for Great Savings! With 87 museums alone, you would want dozens of Amsterdam holidays to see it all. When you’re doing Amsterdam on the cheap, get lost beside the maze of canals, stroll around the leafy Vondelpark, gawp at Rembrandt’s masterpieces in the Rijksmuseum and stifle embarrassed giggles in the adult retailers of the Pink Gentle District.\n\nTraces of the past may be in all places, but Amsterdam is a city striding into the long run at full pelt. Dine at the high of a pirate radio tower, settle into a deckchair on a faux sandy seaside, dance the evening away inside a transport container and explore trippy museums filled with fluorescent art.\n\nYou may stumble across something to thrill and shock around every corner, making low-cost trips to Amsterdam excellent for a shot of eyebrow-raising culture. Rocketing visitor numbers over July and August, when colleges set free and families arrive with their little ones in tow, make it onerous to search out low-cost Amsterdam trips.\n\nAs autumn begins to brush by way of town, you may find light sunshine, fewer crowds, cheaper digs and coloured leaves tumbling from the bushes that line the canals. This, together with late spring, is a good time to search out Amsterdam deals on motels, flights and every little thing else you need for a short break.\n\nTime difference: Amsterdam is one hour ahead of London. Public holidays: New 12 months’s Day (January 1), Easter Monday (Monday after Easter Sunday), King’s Day (April 27), Liberation Day (Could 5), Pentecost Monday (Fifty days after Easter), Christmas Day (December 25), Boxing Day (December 26).