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New direct return trains from the Netherlands to London

 

You can book tickets on our new direct return  trains from Amsterdam to London for as little as €46* each way. With our new route running from 26 October, it’s a good time to start planning a trip to these iconic Dutch cities.

And with our new flexible tickets, you can book now to go when you feel ready.

 

When you think of Amsterdam, what comes to mind - canals, cyclists, great museums, cool coffeeshops and the red light district? Amsterdam is much more than a destination for stag weekends and hen parties, there is so much to do and see that Amsterdam is perfect for either a city break or a longer holiday.

If you want to immerse yourself in culture there are 44 museum to choose from, many of which are world class, or you can explore the canal ring – a UNESCO World Heritage site. If you fancy a shopping break, there are over 6,000 shops and 32 markets to browse.

Night owls will find plenty to amuse them in the city’s 1,500+ bars, cafés and clubs. While for families, there are 40 parks, a fabulous zoo in the heart of the city and, when the weather is good, a great selection of urban beaches accessible by public transport.

With Eurostar’s new direct service, you can be in the heart of Amsterdam in under 4 hours.

 

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Some tourists think Amsterdam is a city of sin, but in truth it is a city of freedom. And in freedom, most people find sin.

    • Amsterdam’s food scene

      Amsterdam is awash with food trends, including vegan restaurants, Scandinavian cafés and ramen hangouts. For veggie lovers, try Betty’s – a little out of town but worth the trek (even if you’re a meat eater). Those looking for Nordic cuisine should head to Selma’s for their excellent coffee and unpronounceable lunch dishes. Umaimon is not to be missed for authentic ramen – don’t let its Leidseplein location put you off. Failing all that, stick with a Dutch classic: apple pie!

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    • Amsterdam’s bars and nightlife

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€46 tickets

*Fare is from €46 per person one way in Standard class valid from/to Amsterdam Centraal stationor Rotterdam Centraal station to/from London St Pancras International. There are 8,200 tickets available at this price in Standard class. On sale from 01/09/2020to travel between London and Amsterdam & Rotterdam from 26/10/2020 to 28/01/2021, excluding the following dates: from 16/10/2020 to 18/10/2020 inclusive, from 23/10/2020 to 25/10/2020 inclusive, from 30/10/2020 to 01/11/2020 inclusive, and from 18/12/2020 to 03/01/2021 inclusive.Subject to availability. Ticket numbers correct as of 24/08/2020.

Flexible tickets

**Customers can exchange tickets in Standard class and Standard Premier as many times as they want up to 31 December 2020 without paying an exchange fee as long as tickets are exchanged 14 days or more before the departure date of the individual journey. Tickets are non-refundable. Where tickets are exchanged for a higher price ticket, customers will need to pay the difference. Where tickets are exchanged for a lower price ticket, the difference in price will not be refunded. Tickets in Standard class and Standard Premier that are exchanged within 14 days of the individual journey will incur an exchange fee per person and per individual journey in Standard class (€40 for an adult and €20 for a child) and in Standard Premier (€50 for an adult and €20 for a child).Applies to tickets booked from 1 July 2020.

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