You'll find more than 30 bars and restaurants in the Departures area, ranging from well-known fast-food chains to upmarket brasseries. Harvest Market has a good gluten-free and organic selection and you can find other special dietary options at around 15 restaurants and cafés after Security. If you're celebrating, the seafood and wine bar serves champagne and caviar.
Treat yourself to jewelry, leather goods or maybe a new pair of sunglasses at the stores in the Departures area. Duty free features top brands and specialty stores, and look out for House of Tulips where you can buy a gift box of Holland's famous flowers. You can also buy bulbs and seeds (but check if you can take these through Customs at your destination). For a taste of Holland, visit Say Cheese or Dutch Food Gifts. There are pharmacies before and after Security.
Baby care facilities
Giant teddy bears (Holland Boulevard)
KLM airplane playground (Lounge 2)
Massage-O-Matic shiatsu chairs after Security in lounges 1, 2 and 4
Shop & Collect (buy now, free pick-up later)
You'll find 16 bars, cafés and restaurants in the Arrivals area.
A good range of stores sells everything from flowers, books and gifts to perfume, jewelry and luxury leather goods.
There's plenty to do at Schiphol between flights.
Check out the casino and the museum - or even try playing the grand piano to help pass the time.
Before you start your journey, take a look at what the Security queues are like on the airport website.
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