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One low price allows you to explore the historical and cultural riches of Berlin, one of history’s most prolific cities.
Deutsche Bahn operates trains between Amsterdam to Berlin.
Trains depart from Amsterdam anywhere between 5am to 11pm.
The departure train station is Amsterdam Central station. The arrival station is Berlin Hauptbahnhof station.
Amsterdam is 407 miles away from Berlin.
The most direct routes take about six hours hours to complete. The longest route can take about eleven hours to arrive at their final destination.
Some trains take passengers directly to Berlin from Amsterdam. The ones that do not take passengers directly to Berlin usually stop at Hannover, Germany. Other stops may include Eindhoven - Netherlands, Venlo - Netherlands, Viersen - Germany and Duisburg, Germany.
Quiet zones, electrical chargers, WiFi access and food services are just some of the amenities you can find while traveling to Berlin by train. No other means of transportation will allow you to travel in such comfort. The station in Berlin also allows for easy transportation throughout the city without having to worry about navigating to popular tourist destinations or parking on crowded streets.
Berlin has a rich history dating back to the 13th century. Old, centuries-old architecture can be found on sightseeing tours offered by the city’s tourism board. Travellers who are more interested in modern history can walk along the remains of the Berlin Wall. The Holocaust museum is also another popular attraction, dedicating to making sure such atrocities never occur again.