Amsterdam, Air, 4 Nights, From $1,059
Explore the scenic canals and visit the Anne Frank House and Van Gogh Museum.
Starting January 26, 2012, all packages including airfare are required to include taxes and fees in the price. Please contact the tour company to see if the cost of this package has been affected. Additional restrictions/baggage charges may also apply. See deal link below for a full list of terms and conditions.
The Real Deal Round-trip airfare from New York City to Amsterdam on Iceland Air, four nights at the centrally located Best Western Apollo Museumhotel Amsterdam, airline fuel surcharges, and daily breakfast, from $949 per person—including airport taxes and fees.
When Mar. 3, 2012 ($1,059); check website for additional dates.
Gateways New York City ($1,059); additional gateway cities also available.
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Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip airfare from New York City to Amsterdam starts from $652 in late January (TAP Portugal). Add to that $470 per person including taxes for four nights at the Best Western Apollo Museumhotel Amsterdam, and you're spending $1,122 on airfare and accommodation alone. For $63 less, this package gives you airfare, four nights' accommodation in Amsterdam, daily breakfast, and all taxes and fees.
More Treat yourself to a candlelight cruise through the canals of Amsterdam, including wine, cheese, and music as you sail, for $41 per person. Enjoy a half-day guided cultural tour of the Zaanse Schaans heritage park, with trips to the historic fishing villages of Volendam and Marken and a traditional cheese farm in Edam, for $47 per person.
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