The Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport is the 4th European airport in terms of passengers
Other options for more low cost flights:
Eindhoven Airport (south of the Netherlands, near the border with Belgium)
Dusseldorf-Weeze Airport ( just on the other side of the border, in Germany)
Amsterdam is very well connected to any major cities in Europe thanks the European railway network.
Main Train Station: Amsterdam Centraal Train Station
Time journey from Brussels, London, Paris, Hamburg or Berlin: 6 hours.
Time journey to other Dutch cities: about 2h30
Boat is a popular option for all travelers coming from the UK or Scandinavia.
Ferries leave Scandinavia and go via the following locations: Newcastle, Hull or Harwich
Amsterdam is easily accessible by car thanks the networks of European highways which all connect to the A10 Ring (also called the “Ringweg”).
Coming from the north: exit at the Ij Tunnel
Coming from the east: exit at Jan van Galenstraat
Coming from the west or south: exit at Nieuwe Utrechtseweg
Special Tip: if you’re driving to Amsterdam, it is highly recommended to park in one of the “Park & Ride” parking lots along the A10 Ring and use public transportation or bicycles to move around town.