Round-Trip To Amsterdam For As Low As $203

By Parker Diakite


August has been a great month to purchase round-trip tickets to Europe and the deals just keep on coming with this flight deal to Amsterdam for as low as $203.

As the capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is known for its architecture specifically its elaborate canal system and colorful houses with gabled facades. And while beautiful, the homes represent the specific style dating back to the 17th-century.

The best part of its iconic style is that you can take it all in for free.

During your visit, you will have no problem spending your hard-earned dollars supporting black-owned businesses. From accommodations, food, activities, and entertainment, Amsterdam is full of black-owned businesses.

Related Post: How To Spend A Day In Black-Owned Amsterdam

Ready to book that flight? Here’s how to book a trip to Amsterdam for as low as $203 round-trip.

From New York

The cheapest flight option from New York City is priced at $203 round-trip for March of 2020, according to Skyscanner.

Use Mar. 2 through Mar. 9 as your travel dates. The best part of the deal is that it’s nonstop with Lufthansa Airlines.

From Boston

Like New York City, the best deals to Amsterdam from Boston are in March of 2020.

By using travel dates Mar. 9 to Mar. 18, you can purchase a round-trip flight for $339 round-trip, according to Skyscanner.

The catch with this flight option on Tap Portugal is that it requires a layover there and back in Lisbon–if that’s even a catch.

From Miami

Tap Portugal also has flight deals from Miami to Amsterdam for March 2020, according to Skyscanner.

The trip is not as long as the flights from New York City and Boston, but for $379 round-trip, you will have about 3.5 days in Amsterdam.

This flight option also includes a layover in Amsterdam.

From Los Angeles

According to Google Flights, round-trip flight prices to Amsterdam are $70 cheaper in March 2020 compared to average prices.

Use Mar. 18 through Mar. 25 for a round-trip flight for $447.

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