I am traveling from the USA on a KLM flight, operated by Delta, to Warsaw, Poland. I have a 1hour 25 minute layover in Amsterdam's Schiphol airport. The connecting flight is a KLM flight. I appears I will arrive at the D concourse and whereas my connecting flight leaves from the C concourse. Will I have enough time? Will I have to go through customs? Will I need to go through security again? Anything else I should prepare for?
We will be finishing a river cruise in Amsterdam and staying for an extra couple of days. We have already been there on a coach trip. given that both coach trip and cruise will have taken us to the usual sites, what other things can we do or see in Amsterdam?
My husband and I have a long layover in Amsterdam and are looking for suggestions. We land at 12:05 P.M. and fly out the next morning at 9:25 A.M. We would like to take a canal cruise in the afternoon, walk around and take in the architecture in the evening and stay in a hotel for the night. Where would be a good area in which to stay and what would be our best way to get back to the airport in the morning. Thank you in advance for all of your help. You guys always come through for me.
We will be in Amsterdam four days and a half this June. Do you think it is advisable to book the tkts for Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum in advance? Are the lines long in June? It is my first time in Amsterdam and I guess this is too short to do everything I want, so I'm trying to plan as wise as possible. Thanks for any input!
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