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Trains to the Netherlands

City or station
City or station
City centre to city centre travelNo airport transfers, no time wasted
The greener way to goTake the train not the plane for a sustainable trip
Arrive relaxed and ready to exploreKick back and enjoy hassle-free travel

 

Take the train to the Netherlands

 

There’s so much more to the Netherlands than windmills, tulips and cheese. Renowned for being pancake-flat, the Netherlands is a hotbed of world-class art, exciting culture, and forward-thinking architecture. And now, it’s a doddle to get there from St Pancras International.

Our daily trains run direct from London to Amsterdam via Rotterdam. It takes just 3 hours 52 minutes to get to Amsterdam Centraal, and only 3 hours 13 minutes to get to Rotterdam Centraal

And it’s now even easier to get home again, with direct trains from Amsterdam Centraal arriving in London in 4 hours 09 minutes while trains from Rotterdam take 3 hours 30 minutes.  

Trains go direct from city centre to city centre. There’s no hidden charges for luggage or limits on liquids and there's never been a better time to take the train.

If our direct train times don’t suit you on the way home, you can take a Thalys train from Amsterdam Centraal or Rotterdam Centraal to Brussels-Midi/Zuid. When your train arrives in Brussels, you’ll need to go through security and have your passport checked before you hop on a Eurostar train back to St Pancras International.

 


 

London to Amsterdam Trains

With its canals, cobblestone quays, buzzing art scene and kamikaze cyclists, Amsterdam is the perfect city for a weekend of culture, festivals and of course beer.

London to Amsterdam trains

London to Rotterdam Trains

With our new daily trains direct from St Pancras International to Rotterdam Centraal, it takes just 3hrs 13 mins to speed from city centre to city centre.

London to Rotterdam Trains

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