Amsterdam Weather

What weather can you expect in Amsterdam? July and August are on average the hottest months and January the coldest. May and June are often sunny and November is the wettest month.

All seasons have their own charm; rain or shine, Amsterdam has a lot to offer. When it is raining, you can visit a museum and when it is hot, you wander along the canals or go sunbathing in Vondelpark or drink a beer in shady outdoor café along one of the canals.

Current Weather in Amsterdam

What is the weather in Amsterdam at the moment? Sun, rain, snow? Here is the Amsterdam weather forecast for today and the next three days. Sun or Rain? If the sky is bright and clear with lots of sunshine, your best place to laze away the day is Vondelpark. Mild...

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Winter in Amsterdam

Visit Amsterdam in winter when the crowds have gone and you have the city almost to yourself. This is a perfect opportunity to see Amsterdam's world-famous museums - Van Gogh, Anne Frank and the Rijksmuseum – tourists will not obstruct your view of Rembrandt's Night...

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Current Weather in Amsterdam

What is the weather in Amsterdam at the moment? Sun, rain, snow? Here is the Amsterdam weather forecast for today and the next three days. Sun or Rain? If the sky is bright and clear with lots of sunshine, your best place to laze away the day is Vondelpark. Mild...

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Spring in Amsterdam

When spring is in the air Amsterdam transforms itself into colour – crocuses, hyacinths, daffodils and tulips bloom in every garden and park. Locals pick their favourite outdoor café and bask in the sun. Be prepared to give up an hour's sleep on the last Sunday in...

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Autumn in Amsterdam

Autumn weather in Amsterdam is pleasant; not too cold and not too hot. The trees in Vondelpark are radiant in their shimmering shades of deep reds, russets and gold. Autumn days are perfect for sauntering and sight-seeing and finding the perfect delectable place for a...

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Winter in Amsterdam

Visit Amsterdam in winter when the crowds have gone and you have the city almost to yourself. This is a perfect opportunity to see Amsterdam's world-famous museums - Van Gogh, Anne Frank and the Rijksmuseum – tourists will not obstruct your view of Rembrandt's Night...

read more

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