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European Sleeper
With transfers
3h 05m
European Sleeper
DSB
With transfers
1h 13m
DSB
DSB
With transfers
1h 13m
DSB
European Sleeper
With transfers
3h 05m
European Sleeper
Eurostar
With transfers
1h 52m
Eurostar
European Sleeper
With transfers
3h 05m
European Sleeper

Amsterdam train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to Amsterdam

RETURN FROM

£37

ONE-WAY FROM

£19

POPULAR STATION

Amsterdam Centraal

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

European Sleeper
The cheapest return train ticket to Amsterdam is from Brussels, starting at £37. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Amsterdam is from Brussels, starting at £19. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Amsterdam Centraal is one of the most popular stations in Amsterdam
European Sleeper, DSB, and Eurostar also service this route

Amsterdam Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in Amsterdam
Amsterdam Van der MadewegAmsterdam, 52.330135, 4.92975
Amsterdam AmstelAmsterdam, 52.346672, 4.917841
Amsterdam LelylaanAmsterdam, 52.357773, 4.833936
Amsterdam MuiderpoortAmsterdam, 52.360822, 4.93118
Amsterdam ZuidAmsterdam, 52.338604, 4.871857
Amsterdam Ouderkerk aan de Amstel DuivendrechtAmsterdam, 52.323522, 4.93655

Book return train tickets to Amsterdam

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets to Amsterdam that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
European Sleeper
3 Jun
19:22Brussels Midi
3h 05m
22:27Amsterdam Centraal
7 Jun
06:31Amsterdam Centraal
2h 56m
09:27Brussels Midi
DSB
14 Mar
05:15Rotterdam Centraal
1h 10m
06:25Amsterdam Centraal
17 Mar
02:46Amsterdam Centraal
1h 12m
03:58Rotterdam Centraal
DSB
13 Mar
01:32Rotterdam Centraal
1h 45m
03:17Amsterdam Centraal
18 Mar
04:46Amsterdam Centraal
1h 12m
05:58Rotterdam Centraal
DSB
13 Mar
02:32Rotterdam Centraal
1h 45m
04:17Amsterdam Centraal
17 Mar
00:05Amsterdam Centraal
1h 13m
01:18Rotterdam Centraal
European Sleeper
13 May
19:22Brussels Midi
3h 05m
22:27Amsterdam Centraal
17 May
06:31Amsterdam Centraal
2h 56m
09:27Brussels Midi
Multiple carriers
15 Jul
19:22Brussels Midi
3h 05m
22:27Amsterdam Centraal
18 Aug
17:45Amsterdam Centraal
1h 53m
19:38Brussels Midi

Book one-way train tickets to Amsterdam

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Amsterdam found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
European Sleeper
21 Jun
19:22Brussels Midi
3h 05m
22:27Amsterdam Centraal
DSB
5 May
00:12Rotterdam Centraal
1h 13m
01:25Amsterdam Centraal
DSB
6 May
05:12Rotterdam Centraal
1h 13m
06:25Amsterdam Centraal
European Sleeper
8 May
19:22Brussels Midi
3h 05m
22:27Amsterdam Centraal
Eurostar
19 Mar
06:52Brussels Midi
1h 52m
08:44Amsterdam Centraal
European Sleeper
1 Mar
19:22Brussels Midi
3h 05m
22:27Amsterdam Centraal

FAQs for booking trains to Amsterdam

How to get to the centre of Amsterdam from Amsterdam Centraal station?

Amsterdam Centraal Station is the primary destination for trains to Amsterdam and sits on the banks of the IJ River. Its location on the cusp of Amsterdam Centrum means you’re not far from De Wallen, the medieval city centre at the heart of downtown Amsterdam. If you’re driving, cycling, or walking inland towards De Wallen, you’re likely to encounter a few attractions, such as the magnificent Basilica of St. Nicholas, which leaves an indelible impression as you exit Amsterdam Centraal. Ons Lieve Heer Op Solder (Our Lord in the Attic Museum) and Sexmuseum Amsterdam are other attractions along the way. Depending on the route you choose, you could pass Oude Kerk (Old Church), the city’s oldest building, or the magnificent Royal Palace Amsterdam before arriving at De Wallen. With regards to public transport, there are a couple of options: Tram lines 4, 12 and 24 all depart from Amsterdam Centraal via Dam stop which leaves you with just a short walk. After your Amsterdam train arrives at the terminal, you can take Metro 54 and disembark at Nieumarkt station; then, you’re just a few feet away from the trendy areas.

Can you leave luggage in Amsterdam Centraal station at Amsterdam?

Luggage storage lockers offer convenience for passengers on trains to Amsterdam, particularly day-trippers on city breaks and in-transit travellers who wish to visit the city’s attractions without carrying their bags along for the ride. This facility is also excellent for short-term storage when you arrive too early for your hotel check-in time. There are small and large storage lockers at Amsterdam Centraal. Passengers on Amsterdam trains can use the for periods from 0-24 hours, 24-72 hours and over 72 hours at very affordable rates. Payment for the first 24 hours must be made in advance using a credit or debit card.

What services are available at Amsterdam Centraal station in Amsterdam?

You can get cheap train tickets to Amsterdam from Central London via Eurostar, arriving at Amsterdam Centraal. The terminal hosts a range of facilities and services to help you navigate the station and facilitate your onward travels. There is a GWK Travelex location onsite, handy for international passengers on Amsterdam trains who require currency conversion services, in addition to several cashpoints. An Information Desk is posted at each station entrance/exit to provide assistance and directions if necessary. Lifts and ramps cater to passengers on Amsterdam trains who have reduced mobility, and there are Braille instructions and tactile strips for the hearing and visually impaired. You’ll also find a large variety of shops and restaurants as well as several toilets on multiple levels for your convenience at Amsterdam Centraal. If you’re in transit to other cities, NS International provides a lounge and waiting room at Amsterdam Centraal where you can relax, enjoy beverages, or use a workstation while awaiting your train. Metro, tram and bus services provide transport to all areas of the city, but taxis, bike-sharing, rideshare and car hire services are additional options when you need to depart the terminal.

Do I need identification to travel to Amsterdam by train?

UK citizens with train tickets to Amsterdam will need some form of valid ID to board the train to Amsterdam. Passports are necessary for international travel, but visas are not required. Be sure to include your unexpired driver’s license if you intend to drive while in the city. Proof of age cards for minors/seniors, EU national identity cards and unexpired passports held by foreign nationals are other approved forms of identification when travelling by rail to Amsterdam.

How much is a train ticket to Amsterdam Schiphol?

Train tickets from London to Amsterdam Schiphol tend to start from around £78, while you can usually find tickets from Rotterdam to Amsterdam Schiphol from £63 and Paris to Amsterdam Schiphol from £64. These were some of the lowest prices from the most popular departure points to Amsterdam Schiphol.

What is the main train station in Amsterdam Schiphol?

Most people in Amsterdam Schiphol will arrive at Amsterdam Centraal, one of the most accessible stations in the area. Some common major cities you can get to by train from Amsterdam Centraal are London, Rotterdam, and Paris.

What train companies go to Amsterdam Schiphol?

Some of the options we’ve found for trains to Amsterdam Schiphol are European Sleeper, DSB, and Eurostar. Typically, your options for trains to Amsterdam Schiphol will be determined by the route you take.

How far in advance should I book a train to Amsterdam Schiphol?

Ride a one-way train to Amsterdam Schiphol for £32 on average this week. We don’t expect any changes in price for the next 3 months. We recommend booking when you can to ensure you have your desired date secured.

How far is the centre of Amsterdam Schiphol from Amsterdam Centraal, Amsterdam Van der Madeweg and Amsterdam Amstel stations?

If you are travelling from Amsterdam Centraal station, Amsterdam Van der Madeweg station or Amsterdam Amstel station to the centre of Amsterdam Schiphol, then the most direct route is 7.5 mi, 7.0 mi and 6.9 mi, respectively.

How far is Amsterdam Centraal from De Dam, Paradiso and Waterlooplein?

You will need to travel 0.5 mi to get from Amsterdam Centraal to De Dam, 1.3 mi to get from Amsterdam Centraal to Paradiso, and 0.7 mi to get from Amsterdam Centraal to Waterlooplein.


Popular train routes to Amsterdam

Most frequently searched train routes to Amsterdam, along with the cheapest price and shortest travel time.
Trains to Amsterdam from London
Fastest travel time3h 56m
Cheapest price£78
Trains to Amsterdam from Rotterdam
Fastest travel time0h 34m
Cheapest price£63
Trains to Amsterdam from Paris
Fastest travel time3h 19m
Cheapest price£64
Trains to Amsterdam from Frankfurt am Main
Fastest travel time4h 01m
Cheapest price£79
Trains to Amsterdam from Berlin
Fastest travel time6h 16m
Cheapest price£64
Trains to Amsterdam from Brussels
Fastest travel time1h 52m
Cheapest price£56

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