City Break to Amsterdam with 4* Hotel & Flights just £89 each !!

Lets go to Amsterdam !!

Round up your pals and enjoy a City Break to Amsterdam with this great deal over at Wowcher.

For as little as £89 each you can grab a 2 night break with 4* star hotel and return flights.

There are various options available to choose from which you can check out HERE.


  • Where: Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • What’s included: A two or three-night city break with return flights.
  • Departure airports: London Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Southend, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh.
  • Hotel: Rest your heads at either XO Hotels Blue Tower or XO Hotels Blue Square.
  • What to do: Visit Anne Frank’s House, the Zaans Museum, the Dutch Resistance Museum, the famous Red Light District and more!
  • When: Valid for travel on selected dates until 31st Oct 2019.


With so much to see and explore, you’ll want to be able to rest your head close to the action and that’s why we’ve hand-picked two fabulous 4* XO Hotels, the XO Hotels Blue Tower and the XO Hotels Blue Square. While being perfectly placed within easy reach of the main attractions, these hotels provide trendy guestrooms fitted with all the latest mod-cons, guaranteeing the restful retreat you’ll require after a day in the city!


Boasting endless canals and beautiful architecture, Amsterdam is the city that keeps on giving. With your hotel adjacent to the uniquely charming Gaasperplas Park along the Gaasp River, you will find yourself surrounded by iconic canals and bright, eclectic architecture. Wander around the nearby parks, including Jagersveld and its impressive lake, or take in the history and culture of the area at the Zaans Museum. Venture closer to the city centre and you’ll encounter a veritable plethora of galleries and museums, from the Rijksmuseum, which houses the country’s largest collection of art, to the Rembrandt House Museum, located within a building bought by one of the world’s best painters in 1639, and the Verzetsmuseum, or Dutch Resistance Museum, which catalogues the underground opposition of the Netherlands to the Nazi regime through a wealth of artefacts and personal testimony. For those interested in the poignant and emotional history of Amsterdam throughout World War Two, Anne Frank’s House at Prinsengracht 263 is undoubtedly a must-see. Visit the annex in which a young Jewish girl hid with her family, from the Nazis, and wrote the diary famously published after her death. But Amsterdam isn’t just a hot spot for history. If you fancy outdoor exploration, why not hire one of the city’s many bikes, and take a trip through the canal band, over winding waterways hedged by fabulous architecture? Stop at the Vondelpark for a picnic or head inside to one of the many restaurants and bars. Of course, you can also visit the famous Red Light District before you head home too. It’s the versatile city with something for everyone!


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