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Bike around the city’s canals, smell the tulips during their best season and experience Amsterdam as the locals do. We’re sharing the best time to visit Amsterdam so that you can spend less time researching and save money on accommodation while still experiencing the city at its best.
September to October
Autumn in Amsterdam is the best season to visit the bustling city. Crowds are minimal as locals are back in school and the busy summer tourist season has finished. Temperatures drop (7°C-18°C), but so do prices on airfare and accommodation. Nightlife is still busy, but with locals instead of tourists.
Amsterdam experiences four distinct seasons, and each one has its reasons for visiting. Summer (June to August) is the peak tourist season and is the time when most people in Europe have their holidays. Temperatures range from 7°C-21°C, which makes it ideal for sightseeing.
Autumn (September to October) experiences less crowds. Temperatures are mild but outside activities are still enjoyable. Winter (November to February) has the smallest crowds and the cheapest prices. Temperatures are low, between 0°C-9°C, and the city is dreary, but it’s fine if you’re spending time indoors.
Spring (March to May) is the start of the tourist season as temperatures rise to 2°C-17°C. Prices also jump as the tulips begin to bloom in late March. Amsterdam has unpredictable weather, but it’s full of festivals you can enjoy year round.
Best time to visit Amsterdam, weather wise. Summer, between June and August, has the hottest temperatures but outdoor activities are still enjoyable.
Cheapest time to visit Amsterdam. Winter, from November to February, has the coldest temperatures but also has the cheapest accommodation and airfare prices.
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