Experience the convenience and comfort of a private jet to Amsterdam
Everything you should know to reach Amsterdam in comfort and luxury
Looking for the best way to reach the Netherlands?
In this article we will answer to your question and, since we're here, we will have a look at the best places to visit in Amsterdam.
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The main differences between a scheduled flight and a private flight
Let's get straight to the point.
Taking a scheduled flight has a number of disadvantages, chief among them, having to adjust to the dates and times set by the airlines. Not only that, in addition to not being able to choose the day and time of departure, you will have to waste a lot of time both before and after the flight.
Check-in, security checks, and boarding are quite time-consuming, and you will be forced to show up at the airport a couple of hours before take-off time. Moreover, once you reach your destination, you will have to wait for your luggage to be delivered to the arrival terminal.
All this downtime, with a private jet, is negated.
You only need to arrive at the terminal half an hour before departure, as the flight crew will be waiting for you at the entrance to the charter area and will lead you to the aircraft through a fast track, where security and customs checks are much smoother.
Most importantly, you will be the one to arrange with the airline the date and time of departure.
But there's even more.
Another big advantage is that you won't have to travel with strangers. Yes, because you will have the cabin of the plane at your complete disposal (and that of the passengers you want to travel with). But it doesn't end there: by taking a private plane charter, you can travel in relaxation and maximum comfort thanks to the many extra services with which you can personalize your flight.
Let's look at some of them.
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Renting a private jet to Amsterdam: here's what FPJ has to offer
What services can you take advantage of during and after a private jet flight?
Our agency can make your flight a unique and unforgettable experience. If air travel to Amsterdam is the initial leg of your holiday with your partner or the entire family, chances are you want to get off to the best possible start, perhaps toasting with a glass of fine champagne or a good cocktail.
Or, you want to start relaxing already during the flight with a spa treatment or by watching a good film.
With Fast Private Jet, it's all possible!
Among the services we can offer you are:
- A barman or, even, an in-flight cook
- Quality catering
- A giant screen and very comfortable seats
- Beauty treatments
- Luxury suites
- And much more
If, on the other hand, you are chartering a private jet to get to Amsterdam on business and want to use the travel time to work – perhaps with your staff – we can offer you the business setup. In short, you will have multiple options at your disposal to spend your flight time in the way you prefer.
And once you arrive, if you wish, we can set you up with a buffet in the airport's VIP Lounge and arrange for you to travel by car or helicopter.
The top attraction of Amsterdam you cannot miss
1. Van Gogh Museum
The world's largest collection of works by the famous painter Van Gogh is housed in this museum in Amsterdam's Ouid Zuid district (home to the city's most important museums).
Opened in 1973, the building would go almost unnoticed among the impressive and distinctive museums that surround it if there were not an endless line of people waiting in line to get in to visit one of Amsterdam's most important museums.
The museum consists of 4 floors in which Van Gogh's works are placed in chronological order: from the painter's early works still immature focused on peasant life ("The Potato Eaters" from 1885) to his famous self-portraits in which his colours begin to be brighter, to his most famous works such as "Sunflowers" (1889), "The Yellow House" (1888), "Vincent's Room" (1888) and many others.
When one thinks of Amsterdam, tulips immediately come to mind because they are one of the most typical elements of the city.
Well, tulips are also the undisputed stars of Amsterdam's oldest and most picturesque flower market.
Established in 1862 on a series of floating barges in the Singel canal to solve the problem of lack of space, this colourful market will allow you to buy, not only tulips and bulbs for planting, but also a wide assortment of other beautiful colourful flowers.
Behind a seemingly insignificant door hides a garden with a very mysterious past.
We are referring to the garden located in the courtyard of the "Beghine" residence, dating back to the 14th century, immersed in a surreal silence where absolute peace reigns in contradistinction to the chaos of the very nearby Dam Square.
Entrance is free but, in order to respect the peace of this place, it is expressly forbidden to speak loudly, smoke, and consume food and drink.
Beghines were widowed or unmarried women who led chaste lives despite not having taken vows and not belonging to a religious order.
Inside the courtyard are picturesque dwellings in perfect Dutch style: among them is the oldest wooden house in Amsterdam ("Het Houten Huis") dating back to 1420.
The last beghina passed away in 1971. After a period of neglect, the residence now houses only single women.
4. Anne Frank House
Among the most visited places in Amsterdam, so much so that it counts approximately 1,250,000 admissions per year!
A visit inside the House where Anne Frank hid with her family for two years is a journey into emotions and history that has moved the world.
On the upper floors of No. 263-267 Prinsengracht, Anne Frank's family had gone into hiding in a secret lodging arranged by her father Otto in case of emergency, in an attempt to escape the Nazi deportations of Jews during World War II.
The building, in fact, housed on the lower floors the Frank family's business devoted to selling pectin (a substance used in the preparation of jams).
Denounced to the Gestapo in 1944, the Frank family, along with the family of Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan who had in the meantime arrived to find a hiding place, were deported to concentration camps.
The description of those terrible moments, the fear of being discovered and the hope for a better future are forever etched in the famous Diary of Anne Frank, published on June 25, 1947 by her father Otto, the only survivor of the atrocities consumed in the concentration camps.
5. Dam Square
The hub of the city of Amsterdam since 1270, it is its most famous square and visited by tourists.
It hosts famous buildings such as the Royal Palace, the National Monument (huge 22-meter-high obelisk) and the Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum.
And then numerous stores, clothing chains, bars, and restaurants for those who like the typical case of the old town overrun by a flood of tourists hunting for coffee shops and "alternative" souvenirs from the adjacent red-light district.
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In this article, we discussed the main advantages of renting a private jet to Amsterdam. So, if you would like to know more about the prices and procedures, do not hesitate to contact us at any time.
We will be glad to help you arrange your trip to the Netherlands.
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