Christmas Markets or 12 Pubs! Aer Lingus Flights from Dublin or Cork to Amsterdam and 3 nights in a 4* hotel from €209 pp!

Today’s deal of the day is a trip in mid-December from Dublin or Cork to Amsterdam and 3 nights in a 4* hotel from €209 per person based on 2 people sharing!

Christmas Markets or 12 pubs or why not both! Museumplein in the centre of Amsterdam hosts Ice Amsterdam, which is a Christmas Market with an ice rink and several food and drink stalls. The city also has loads to offer in terms of nightlife including pub crawls, cruises and coffee shops!

The flights from Dublin are with Aer Lingus, leaving on Friday the 13th of December and returning on Monday the 16th of December. Aer Lingus include cabin bags as standard. There is a link below to the flights, click on this to be brought to the Skyscanner website.

Dublin to Amsterdam 13th Dec – 16th Dec €65 return

The flights from Cork are with Aer Lingus, leaving on Friday the 13th of December and returning on Monday the 16th of December. Aer Lingus include cabin bags as standard. There is a link below to the flights, click on this to be brought to the Skyscanner website.

Cork to Amsterdam 13th Dec – 16th Dec €79 return

The hotel is the 4* Mercure Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station, which is rated a very good 8.4 out of 10 with guests from Booking.com. This property is located next to Sloterdijk Station, which is a transport hub that can bring you to Amsterdam Central Station in 7 minutes. The rooms are modern in design, have free Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making facilities. This hotel also has a fitness centre.

A double or twin room at Mercure Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station is available for €144 per person for a 3 night stay, based on 2 people sharing. This brings the total cost for flights and 3 nights accommodation to €209 pp from Dublin or €223 pp from Cork.

There is a link below to the hotel, click on this to be brought to the Booking.com website.

Mercure Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station 13th Dec – 16th Dec €144 pp for a 3 night stay

Please note that prices are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.

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