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Our weather in the Netherlands is very unpredictable but very typical for Nothern Europe. Summers are generally warm, while our winters can be fairly cold with al lot of rain, wind and sometime even snow. Rain can be expected throughout the entire year, so always bring your raincoat or umbrella with you!
All the Bars, Restaurants and also our Beachclubs are well prepared for the rain and wind. There are still lots of spaces inside or terraces so you can still enjoy the Beach or the City.
Amsterdam is very easy to reach by plane, train, car or even boat. The award-winning Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is centrally located and flies to 323 destinations. From Amsterdam, high-speed rail services connect Amsterdam to Paris, London, Berlin and Brussels more information about getting around in Amsterdam check out Iamsterdam.com
Travelling within Amsterdam by public transport is straightforward and convenient. The extensive network is operated by GVB and connects the city’s neighbourhoods by train, tram, metro, bus and ferry. More info about public transport Check out Iamsterdam.com
Each year, nearly one million visitors travel to Amsterdam with their own cars, and if you’re planning to do the same there are some things to keep in mind. Amsterdam is easy to navigate by car, but because of the compact layout of the city, and the high demand on parking spaces, locations on the edge of the city are a great option. Deeper in the city, Amsterdam’s digital parking system is what you’ll be using. It can get quite expensive, but the system is straightforward to use: you need only enter your license plate into the meters, and pay with a local bank card or international credit card; cash or coins cannot be used in parking meters. Read on for more information about where to park in Amsterdam, and common parking violations on iamsterdam.com