Great fares to Europe for Winter and Spring travel continue with a multi-city sale to Amsterdam or Brussels. Fares from $320 to just under $400 are available from from Fabruary into April, from SEA/DEN/DFW/MSP/BOS/PHL; all fares include a carry-on bag. Prices are offered through United/Star Alliance and Delta/Skyteam, with a few Oneworld options on limited dates. Interestingly, some fares include short (<2 hours) train travel instead of connecting flights to complete the European leg of the trip; please check itineraries for all details before purchase.
- Departure: PHL
- Stops: ORD
- Arrival: AMS
How to Book
- Follow link for sample dates or search Google Flights optional for departure and destination
- Selected dates February – April 2019
- 7-day stay required
Miles Earned (domestic) via wheretocredit.com
- Fare Class: K
- Redeemable miles: 1,150
- Status miles: 9,596
- Cents per mile: 3.4 cpm
Things to Do in Amsterdam
Personally, I enjoyed a day trip to Baarle-Hertog / Baarle-Nassau where I could eat my ice cream in 2 countries at once… 🙂
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Much “To Do” outside of Amsterdam too. I have essentially removed Amsterdam from my list, and of the two million people who like me live around the glorious city, one will find the vast majority of we locals all believe the place is now overrun by tourists and tourisms. Government policy is now pro-active on reducing tourist pressure on the city.
Come instead to the area around, nary a tourist to be seen all day. Welcome!
– Paul, in Uithoorn