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Hi maria, its definitely a good time to visit amsterdam nw. when in neatherlands try visiting zansee schan for windmilss, Giethron a dutch village. and volendom these are places in neatherlands other than amsterdam. to visit other places like France and germany you can take train. Hope this answered your question Happy travelling Rashmi
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Hi Maria, This is indeed a great time to visit Europe. Late october to nov is the fall season where all the leaves will turn yellowish red. This is truly a sight to behold. A good thumb rule is to buy a Eurail pass and travel across europe for a cheaper cost. Also staying in hostels is a good way to keep the costs down. A detailed itenary really depends on your taste. I can however suggest a 3 days trip to Hallstat, Austria which i took last year. Hope this helps. https://www.tripoto.com/trip/hallstat-and-salzburg-picturesque-locations-in-austria-5b0abf5b1e2a6 Happy travelling.
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Hey Maria, April is the best time to visit Amsterdam with less number of tourists and good weather. You can visit from September-November also. The below itinerary will help you out in planning your trip to Amsterdam.
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1. Start with booking your international flight tickets at the earliest. Best rates are available if you book at least 3 months in advance 2. Book inter country flight tickets on local low budget airlines like EasyJet , Ryn Airlines etc. 3. Eastern Europe is relatively cheaper You can plan a trip across Hungry , Prague , Slovenia , Austria and Croatia . 4. May & June are the perfect month to travel weather wise . 5. Book apartments or stay in hostel. Cook one meal . Or buy breakfast etc from grocery stores instead of eating in restaurant. Its much cheaper.
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Yes off course.. November beginning is a great time.. I did in November,the weather is present and the flower market looks beautiful... Tunnels are full. of water and u can flee through the streets happily
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