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Rotterdam Amsterdam
00:37
AU$23
Utrecht Amsterdam
00:24
AU$11
Middelburg Amsterdam
02:45
AU$39
Amsterdam Delft
00:55
AU$20
Venlo Amsterdam
02:15
Amsterdam Amersfoort
00:34
AU$13
Oss Amsterdam
01:36
AU$27
Amsterdam Deventer
01:12
AU$26
Zwolle Amsterdam
01:07
AU$28
Lelystad Amsterdam
00:36
AU$15
Alkmaar Amsterdam
00:36
AU$11
Amsterdam Castricum
00:23
AU$8
Amsterdam Hilversum
00:20
AU$9
Heerlen Amsterdam
02:28
AU$39
Amsterdam Den Helder
01:14
AU$22
Baarn Amsterdam
00:37
AU$11
Nijmegen Amsterdam
01:24
AU$28
Assen Amsterdam
01:51
AU$37
Meppel Amsterdam
01:24
AU$32
Amsterdam Roosendaal
01:51
AU$32
Hoogeveen Amsterdam
00:33
AU$34
Zandvoort Aan Zee Amsterdam
00:30
AU$8
Amsterdam Heerenveen
01:56
AU$36
Gouda Amsterdam
00:52
AU$17
Amsterdam Roermond
01:54
AU$35
Amsterdam Vlissingen
02:56
AU$39
Amsterdam Dordrecht
01:27
AU$27
Apeldoorn Amsterdam
00:59
AU$23
Amsterdam Heiloo
00:30
AU$10
Amsterdam Leiden
00:35
AU$14
Maastricht Amsterdam
02:24
AU$39
Amsterdam Arnhem
01:01
AU$25
Amsterdam Hoek Van Holland
01:14
AU$43
Hengelo Amsterdam
01:57
AU$48
Bergen Op Zoom Amsterdam
02:01
AU$34
Overview

Tulip fields, famous cheese, windmill and canals: take a train to Netherlands and discover this beautiful country.

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.

Cityscape

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.

Landscape

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…


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    Way To Travel |
    "Excellent service although all the tickets booked through Raileurope we received the worst seats available. Either no windows (the panel seats) and/or facing backwards. W booked early and though we would get better seats. Rest of service was excellent. "

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    Comfortable, but mixed review |
    "It was not clear online that wifi is only provided once we crossed the border into Germany. Wifi also did not work on my connecting ICE train between Frankfurt and Munich, which was a disappointment as I needed to contact those meeting me upon my arrival. There were no lockers for my suitcase, despite it being advertised online so I had to keep it next to me as was too big to go overhead. Otherwise, a nice, yet expensive for value, experience. "

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    Brussels to Amsterdam |
    "Comfortable train and ran to timetable. Not really enough luggage space and had to leave a bag in the corridor. Otherwise a good trip. "

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    Amsterdam to Osnabrueck |
    "This trip went very smoothly. It was on time and the seats were comfortable. The Wi-Fi was useful. "

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    Hamburg to Nurnberg |
    "The train was comfortable and was on time. We found the Wi-Fi useful too. There was not enough room for our luggage and these had to be kept in the entrance foyer of the carriage so I found myself having to get up at every stop to make sure they were not in the way of entering and exiting passengers. other passengers had theirs in corridors, so additional luggage space would be beneficial. Also we found that there was a conflict of seat numbers as there was someone in one of our seats when we boarded and during the course of the trip another passenger had the same seat number as us and the train guard was called to sort it out. These things made the trip a little awkward but apart from this the trip was pleasurable. "

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    Trip to Brussels  |
    "My wife and I traveled to Brussels from Amsterdam by RailEurope We found it great to just set back and relax,much more comfortable the flying,plenty of leg room and the sets were very comfortable! we choose first class and that's what we got it was great and so was the breakfast. We would differently train it again. "

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    Smooth Trip To Bruxelles |
    "It was a very smooth trip to Bruxelles and good value for Money. The leg room was a bit tight hence not 5 Stars for comfort. Also as the storage facilities for suitcases was so small all the suitcases were piled up in the exit, and yes it would be the side we have to get off onto the platform!! "

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    The train trip wasn’t the prob |
    "The train service is brilliant. I won't travel across Europe any other way in future. The only problem is Paris. Why they don't have a central station, I will never know. If you have to change trains, you most likely have to change stations as well. We had 1 hour to travel to the other station. We made it by less than a minute. The schedule didn't allow for the terrible Paris traffic. "

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    Wear comfortable shoes |
    "The train trip itself was good. The problem was, the train service to Belgium is made up of two trains joined together. At Brussels, they separate, one goes to Amsterdam "

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    Amsterdam to brussels |
    "Booked first class. Very happy with the level of service and comfort. No delays. Professional staff on board. All good. Only issue was delay just outside the station but they did announce what the problem was. "

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