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Day trip to Amsterdam from London?

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Probably would make for a hectic day but is it a completely crazy idea?

Looks like a bunch of flights leaving in the morning, returning in the afternoon. Depending on how long the transit time is to and from AMS to the city, it looks like at least 4-5 hours in the city (without taking the earliest flight out and returning after 7 PM).

Mostly LCC but some BA and KLM flights, all from $100-170. I'd be open to staying overnight but I'm already paying for a hotel in London (6 nights in late April).

I'd also be doing some of the more popular day trips out of London, probably tackle Bath and one other.

So has anyone done this?

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