Amsterdam City Break 3 Nights just £97 each (for 4) including Flights, Hotel & Airport Trains @ Holiday Pirates (or Flight only from just £46.98 Return)
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Amsterdam City Break 3 Nights just £97 each (for 4) including Flights, Hotel & Airport Trains @ Holiday Pirates (or Flight only from just £46.98 Return)

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Found 16th Aug 2014
Amsterdam City Break 3 Nights including Flights, Hotel & Airport Trains just £97 each

Here is a great little Amsterdam City Break we have put together for you for 3 nights.

Whilst our Example is flying from Bristol on 4th November 2014 and returning on 7th November 2014 there are stacks and stacks of dates for you to choose from and you can use Skyscanner which is a really easy to use tool for finding low priced flights from various departure airports.

You will be staying for 3 nights at the Aalborg Hotel which has some great reviews over on Trip Advisor and an average rating of 3.5/5. You will see for yourself how previous guests enjoyed the pleasant rooms and great location allowing them easy access for getting out and about.

A direct link rail connects Schiphol International Airport with the Amsterdam central station and is the fastest and most convenient way to get to the city centre. Trains run every 10 minutes (airport train schedule) from platforms 1 and 2 in the main arrival plaza and cost just € 4 (full rate, second class) for a single journey. You may use the major credit cards to pay at the special yellow ticket machines. There is a € 0.50 surcharge if you buy the ticket at the ticket office. A fine of € 35 will be added to the fare if you do not have a valid ticket with you on a train.

There is so much for you to see and do in Amsterdam, how about a visit to Anne Frank's House or a walk along the pretty canals? there is something for everyone in Amsterdam and we suggest checking out all the attractions on Trip Advisor so that you can plan your trip.

Flights bookable at Easyjet = £151.92

Hotel bookable at Travel Republic = £203

Trains from/to Airport £4pp each way = £32.00

TOTAL PRICE FOR FOUR PEOPLE = £386.82 (£96.73pp)

Offer details:
Travel duration is 3 Nights
Non-stop flight from Bristol to Amsterdam – round trip
unweighted Cabin Baggage each
Based on 4 Sharing.

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At least you get to see Northern Lights Here and have a coffee.

TOTAL PRICE PER COUPLE = £386.82 (£96.73pp) - ?

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B BOY

TOTAL PRICE PER COUPLE = £386.82 (£96.73pp) - ?



I really on you guys to point out my typos

Ty x

SunshineStacey

I really on you guys to point out my typos Ty x



It's "Rely"

Norhtern lights and coffee wouldnt be on my agenda.....a smoke and a poke more like!

get this for belfast and i would be very happy lol

Its not the same since they brought in the euros. Things are much more expensive

Musician

At least you get to see Northern Lights Here and have a coffee.


yes i love the world menus and variety in the coffee shops.

i've stopped at this hotel several times before. its very good, and we are already booked back in for january. although this is a good deal, i would highly recommend paying that bit extra and getting one of the larger rooms, as the small ones are extremely small. the hotel is about a 25 - 30 mins walk from the centre of amsterdam. i would also recommend a meal and night out in de pijp itself, as its a great area. and the largest outdoor market in holland is about 2 mins from the hotel, which is well worth a visit. one of the most highly rated coffee shops in amsterdam is also in de pijp - katsu!!!!

voted hot, as i paid £350 for the 2 of us!!
Edited by: "RuudBullit" 16th Aug 2014

I was recently considering driving to London and staying in a Travelodge (not been to London since I was a kid) but then I realised it's stupidly expensive to do that and almost no where has free parking (Only London Excel has free parking) and there is the risk of the congestion charge if I make a mistake with regards to times etc. Pointless to visit London now unless your wealthy. Why bother when you can go to Amsterdam for this price, or Greece for two weeks for the same amount... HOT

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RuudBullit

i've stopped at this hotel several times before. its very good, and we … i've stopped at this hotel several times before. its very good, and we are already booked back in for january. although this is a good deal, i would highly recommend paying that bit extra and getting one of the larger rooms, as the small ones are extremely small. the hotel is about a 25 - 30 mins walk from the centre of amsterdam. i would also recommend a meal and night out in de pijp itself, as its a great area. and the largest outdoor market in holland is about 2 mins from the hotel, which is well worth a visit. one of the most highly rated coffee shops in amsterdam is also in de pijp - katsu!!!!voted hot, as i paid £350 for the 2 of us!!



Thanks for the info Rudd - it is great to hear of someone's personal opinion, I can only rely on reviews which sometimes I am sure you have to take with a pinch of salt - the price in which someone pays obviously has a big bearing on the review they leave so i am sure at this price you certainly can't grumble. Have a good time when you return

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thabiz

I was recently considering driving to London and staying in a Travelodge … I was recently considering driving to London and staying in a Travelodge (not been to London since I was a kid) but then I realised it's stupidly expensive to do that and almost no where has free parking (Only London Excel has free parking) and there is the risk of the congestion charge if I make a mistake with regards to times etc. Pointless to visit London now unless your wealthy. Why bother when you can go to Amsterdam for this price, or Greece for two weeks for the same amount... HOT



I know what you mean - We once spent a week in Cornwall, it was the most expensive holiday we have ever had!

good price, went in July for 2 nights 3 days, paid £130 in total, but the biggest money spender is when your there! food and drink does not come cheap!

Musician

At least you get to see Northern Lights Here and have a coffee.



oh and my dear friend Jack Herer

SunshineStacey

I know what you mean - We once spent a week in Cornwall, it was the most … I know what you mean - We once spent a week in Cornwall, it was the most expensive holiday we have ever had!


Cornwall isnt that expensive for everything. I dont no what you bought, but if you went to newquay or st ives, they are tourist traps, and they will screw you. It's all about buyer beware, suse things out, and if you don't like the price, then move on to the next place. Something wil come up.
I admit we have higher fuel prices here, and things can be more expensive in certain shops. Stick to national chains, and then the price is universal across the ballpark.

Edited by: "leeparsons" 17th Aug 2014

markbowen07

It's "Rely"



Is this how you spell pedantic?

leeparsons

Cornwall isnt that expensive for everything. I dont no what you bought, … Cornwall isnt that expensive for everything. I dont no what you bought, but if you went to newquay or st ives, they are tourist traps, and they will screw you. It's all about buyer beware, suse things out, and if you don't like the price, then move on to the next place. Something wil come up.I admit we have higher fuel prices here, and things can be more expensive in certain shops. Stick to national chains, and then the price is universal across the ballpark.



Cant say I found Cornwall to expensive either, depends where you go and what you do I suppose. Perranporth has a few reasonably priced pubs, chippys, curry houses, pizza shops and there is a Morrison's and Greggs in Newquay (ironically seemed to have better pasties than the supposed "Traditional Pastie" shops. You are better off booking campsites in advance on their websites (or atleast quote their advertised prices) rather than just turning up as in my experience they charge more.

Parking is annoying in Newquay though, as you would expect most of it is pay and display and many car parks have height restrictions so awkward for campervans. Fistral beach was free parking last time I went (but even then there are time limitations, I imagine rich surfer boys ignore these time limits and just pay the fine if they get hit with it) But St ives is pointless for me as I have a dog and you pretty much have to park outside of the town and get a bus in. I can see towns that are just as nice closer to home (Derbyshire). But I am a big fan of Cornwall, the sea actually being blue is what I like most. Not experienced to much of Devon but drove through Torquay and soon realised it is my idea of hell.

no one has mentioned the sex museums yet?
any good?

markbowen07

It's "Rely"



She did it on purpose

Having London being expensive together with Cornwall being expensive is crazy. I never think Cornwall is expensive. Polzeath is going that way because it is so full of tourists, supply and demand I guess, but there are many much better places than Polzeath and Newquay. With regards to parking at Newquay, yes it is expensive, but if you get there early enough it is free on the South side of Fistral on the headland at Pentire. No chance this time of year though sadly.

As mentioned above, Perranporth is great, they have a Wetherspoons which I avoid because not a fan of the chain, but there's a lovely pub near the beach car park called the Tywarnhayle that does lovely food at reasonable prices after a day on the beach, or fish n chip takeaways. The bar on the beach, The Watering Hole, is quite expensive but then look at the view!

Anyway, Cracking deal! Will have a look into it. Thanks!

Excellent deal,did it last year for works do.

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leeparsons

Cornwall isnt that expensive for everything. I dont no what you bought, … Cornwall isnt that expensive for everything. I dont no what you bought, but if you went to newquay or st ives, they are tourist traps, and they will screw you. It's all about buyer beware, suse things out, and if you don't like the price, then move on to the next place. Something wil come up.I admit we have higher fuel prices here, and things can be more expensive in certain shops. Stick to national chains, and then the price is universal across the ballpark.




thabiz

Cant say I found Cornwall to expensive either, depends where you go and … Cant say I found Cornwall to expensive either, depends where you go and what you do I suppose. Perranporth has a few reasonably priced pubs, chippys, curry houses, pizza shops and there is a Morrison's and Greggs in Newquay (ironically seemed to have better pasties than the supposed "Traditional Pastie" shops. You are better off booking campsites in advance on their websites (or atleast quote their advertised prices) rather than just turning up as in my experience they charge more.Parking is annoying in Newquay though, as you would expect most of it is pay and display and many car parks have height restrictions so awkward for campervans. Fistral beach was free parking last time I went (but even then there are time limitations, I imagine rich surfer boys ignore these time limits and just pay the fine if they get hit with it) But St ives is pointless for me as I have a dog and you pretty much have to park outside of the town and get a bus in. I can see towns that are just as nice closer to home (Derbyshire). But I am a big fan of Cornwall, the sea actually being blue is what I like most. Not experienced to much of Devon but drove through Torquay and soon realised it is my idea of hell.



Hya - As I usually go all inclusive it was hard work for us paying for meals and drinks everyday lol

We did get out and about a fair old bit, we were based in Perranporth funny enough but we did visit St ives (which I totally fell in love with!) We did love it don't get me wrong, it definitely my favorite UK place ever

Parking was not an issue for us really - my brother who was with us had worked there several times in the past so knew a few secrets.

Oh and we were on a haven site which probably did not help with the price of things

Is there any chance of these "deals" being moved to a dedicated thread so they don't spam everything else?

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Keith26

Is there any chance of these "deals" being moved to a dedicated thread so … Is there any chance of these "deals" being moved to a dedicated thread so they don't spam everything else?



do you mean travel deals?

They are in their own thread under the travel section, if you want to remove travel from your search requirements you can adjust your search settings. I hope this helps.

Keith26

Is there any chance of these "deals" being moved to a dedicated thread so … Is there any chance of these "deals" being moved to a dedicated thread so they don't spam everything else?



some people like these deals and like to travel, i'm not entirely sure why you don't want to see them, but there are a lot of us here that do!!!

My problem with these deals is they are nearly always for four people, so for two you have to double the price and they're no longer a deal. Why stop at four, it's probably even cheaper if you take 50 and ask for a bulk discount. Most people don't travel in fours or 50s.

"price per person" is such a terrible marketing term that doesn't really belong on here. The total cost should be the main price. You wouldn't list a packet of biscuits price at 5p per biscuit, you'd list them at £1 for the packet.

Edited by: "Sephiroth" 21st Aug 2014
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