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Ebbsfleet to Amsterdam Trains

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Trains from Ebbsfleet to Amsterdam

Travel to/from Ebbsfleet International

Due to the impact of coronavirus and the subsequent pressure put on our business, we’ve made a decision to focus on our busiest city centre stations. As a result, our trains will no longer be stopping at Ebbsfleet International until 2022 at the earliest.

Arriving at the station

Get to Ebbsfleet International at our recommended arrival time to allow plenty of time to get through border controls and security. 

Once you're through security, you'll find:

  • A newsagent
  • A café
  • Wi-fi


To find out about disabled access at our stations, call us on 01777 777 878.

What’s on board Eurostar?

You won't be bored on board with Metropolitan magazine and our free wifi.

There’s free wi-fi for everyone and a power socket at every seat – so you can keep your devices charged up.

Food and drinks are available from Café Métropole and, if you’re travelling in Standard Premier or Business Premier, you’ll get a complimentary meal. Children under 16 cannot travel unaccompanied on our direct route to the Netherlands.

Connecting in Brussels

Once in Brussels hop off the Eurostar train (don’t forget your luggage) and jump on a Thalys train that will take you straight to Amsterdam Centraal station located in the centre of Amsterdam.

Our booking system will find the best possible price and time for your combined Thalys and Eurostar ticket.

Arriving in Amsterdam

There is a range of shops and amenities in Amsterdam Central as well as a baggage storage facility.

Looking for local information? You’ll find the Amsterdam Tourist Office outside the main entrance to the station in a traditional white wooden Dutch coffee house.

Exploring Amsterdam

Planning an Amsterdam break? It's easy to get around Amsterdam on foot, but it's far more fun on two wheels. So join the 800,000 other cyclists around town and explore some of the city's 400km of cycle paths.

What’s on in Amsterdam

April: King’s Day

July: Over het IJ festival

August: Grachtenfestival (Canal Festival)

December: Christmas market

Around Amsterdam

  • Head to the markets at Edam  or Alkmaar for a serious cheese fix.
  • Hike, bike, ride or swim at Zuid-Kennemerland National Park.
  • Visit the historic village of Zaanse Schans.

A taste of Amsterdam

  • Tuck into pancake-like poffertjes for a sugar fix.
  • Slather your toast with butter and chocolate hagelslagsprinkles.
  • Try bitterballen – crispy meatballs with tangy mustard.

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