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Overview Just a short hop in any direction will bring you to lively university towns, sandy beaches and innovative post-war architecture. Explore wide-open countryside with sparkling lakes to swim in during the summer, or skate on in winter.
Popular journeys

Rotterdam Amsterdam 00:37 AU$ 22
Amsterdam Utrecht 00:25 AU$ 11
Amsterdam Leiden 00:35 AU$ 13
Sittard Amsterdam 02:08 AU$ 36
Apeldoorn Amsterdam 00:59 AU$ 22
Roosendal Amsterdam 01:48 AU$ 31
Amsterdam Kerkrade Centrum 03:09 AU$ 38
Hook Of Holland Amsterdam 01:16 AU$ 41
Deventer Amsterdam 01:10 AU$ 25
Amsterdam Groningen 02:07 AU$ 38
Amsterdam Assen 01:49 AU$ 36
Amsterdam Bergen Op Zoom 02:02 AU$ 33
Heerlen Amsterdam 02:28 AU$ 38
Amsterdam Goes 02:13 AU$ 36
Amsterdam Den Helder 01:14 AU$ 20
Dordrecht Amsterdam 01:23 AU$ 25
Baarn Amsterdam 00:37 AU$ 9
Ede Wageningen Amsterdam 00:54 AU$ 20
Middelburg Amsterdam 02:45 AU$ 38
Amsterdam Delft 00:55 AU$ 19
Venlo Amsterdam 02:15
Amsterdam Haarlem 00:15 AU$ 6
Amsterdam Eindhoven 01:19 AU$ 28
Amsterdam Amersfoort 00:34 AU$ 13
Hilversum Amsterdam 00:20 AU$ 8
Hoogeveen Amsterdam 00:33 AU$ 33
Amsterdam S Hertogenbosch 00:59 AU$ 22
Amsterdam Maastricht 02:28 AU$ 38
Breda Amsterdam 01:42 AU$ 30
Zandvoort Aan Zee Amsterdam 00:30 AU$ 8
Amsterdam Weert 01:41 AU$ 31
Amsterdam Heerenveen 01:56 AU$ 34
Leeuwarden Amsterdam 02:15 AU$ 36
Gouda Amsterdam 00:52 AU$ 16
Amsterdam Roermond 01:54 AU$ 33
Heiloo Amsterdam 00:32 AU$ 9
Vlissingen Amsterdam 02:52 AU$ 38
Amsterdam Hengelo 01:55 AU$ 47
Lelystad Amsterdam 00:36 AU$ 14
Amsterdam Oss 01:36 AU$ 25

The Netherlands has over 2,800 km of railway tracks. Though the network is relatively small, the connections between the main cities of Holland are excellent. The national railway operator is the Dutch Railways, also known as Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS). High speed trains operating in the Netherlands are mostly international trains. The trains include the Thalys, Eurostar and ICE. High speed trains can run at a speed of up to 300 km/h. There are railway links to neighbouring countries including Belgium, France, the UK and Germany. Travellers who visit Amsterdam, the amazing capital city of the Netherlands, can get off the high speed train at Amsterdam Central, Amsterdam Zuid or Amsterdam Schipol railway station.


You must visit Amsterdam and cycle along the famous canals. Stop in museums and go south to Rotterdam, characterized by its post-war architecture. Then what do you think about taking a train to La Hague or to Groningen to experience the lively student city? Go to Maastricht and visit this cosmopolitan city surrounding by hilly landscapes.


Rent a bike to cycle and to have a breath of fresh air through green fields, swim in sparkling lakes and explore the northern provinces of Netherlands boarding a train to Overijssel or Drenthe. Enjoy skating as all the inhabitants do as soon as the climate allows it.

Take Home

Take a train to reach Vermeer’s hometown, Delft, and while you are visiting, buy some blue ceramics. Bring back some clog shoes from the biggest factory of Netherland, in Beltrum. You can’t come back without some Gouda or Edam cheese. If you stay in Keukenhof, flower bulbs can be a pleasant gift.

Eat & Drink

In those Northern lands, raw herring is quite a traditional food. Pannekoekenhuis (pancake houses) are all over the place, and the typical “brown” cafés as well. Try the beer and order some bitterballen (croquettes), except if you are on a diet…

New Perspective

Travel by train to Friesland Province, a southwestern province of Netherlands, and choose to stay at Stavoren’s De Vrouwe van hotel, there you will be surprised by what can be done with enormous wine casks…

Rail pass benefits

Rail Pass benefits in the Netherlands

30% discount (full fare). Stena Line for crossings between Hoek van Holland and Harwich (UK).

Free access to the NS Hispeed lounge. Access is available on the day of travel for 1st class pass holders who have a reservation.

Board the international IC bus if you have a Eurail Global Pass. Reservation required and not included. Routes are Dusseldorf-Eindhoven-Brussels-London and Dusseldorf-Roermond-Eindhoven-Antwerpen. If your rail pass does not include the country you are visiting, you will need a ticket and a reservation.


  • 15% discount. Online booking. Hotel Amsterdam.
  • 10% discount. Direct booking. Meininger Hotels.

20% discount. Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam. One of the oldest in Netherlands where you will find an extensive collection of medieval and modern European art. Pass holders must show their pass at the museum ticket window to receive their discount.

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