Best Price: From £45 one-way, £79 return Duration: Approx. 4 hours Train: Eurostar and Thalys/InterCity trains Travel tip: If you plan to take your bike to this ever so bike-friendly city, check out our Bikes on Trains forum before you book.
Getting to Amsterdam by train is easy as pie. A Eurostar from London St. Pancras will deliver you to Brussels Midi in just 2 hours. From there, there are 2 onward journey options for reaching Amsterdam, with an interchange between platforms possible in just 10-15mins. There are ample direct high-speed trains to and from Amsterdam's main station, Amsterdam Centraal. InterCity trains run more often and do not require forward booking, but if you book ahead the Thalys is better for speed and comfort.
By Thalys The high speed Thalys line transports you to Amsterdam in minimum time and maximum comfort. However do make sure you make your reservation prior to departure. The Thalys operates on the new high-speed line between Brussels and Amsterdam.
By InterCity Train If you're looking for flexibility, the InterCity train is for you. It offers inexpensive travel and an hourly service departing Brussels Midi to Amsterdam. Just buy a ticket and hop aboard.
For more information on taking trains in the Netherlands, head over to the Trains to Netherlands Destination page.
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