4 stops (6h53m)
1 stop (7h36m)
4 stops (6h53m)
4 stops (12h41m)
Passengers can travel across Germany in order to explore the Netherlands. Travel in style and comfort without a huge expense weighing you down.
Deutsche Bahn operates this train route.
Travellers will be able to find a train from 6:45am to 11:30pm. Trains depart about every two hours.
Berlin HBF is the departure station. The arrival station is Amsterdam Centraal.
The distance between Berlin to Amsterdam is about 408.3 miles.
It takes an average of six and a half hours to travel from Berlin to Amsterdam, however, this is dependant on how many stops the train will make. Some trains have up to five stops, which will make the trip a few hours longer.
Most trains will take you directly from Berlin to Amsterdam. On trains that do stop, the two most common stops are Duisburg HBF and Hamm.
No one likes to be stuck on a bus, plane or car! Deutsche Bahn trains allow passengers to travel in ultimate comfort with the ability to walk to other cars, eat meals, access wifi and electrical ports. There is no weariness for these train travellers. Instead, they will feel recharged, energized, and ready to go explore Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is a cultural hub that provides tourists a perfect view of what the Netherlands has to offer. The city is both ancient and modern. It has stood since the Middle Ages and evolved over centuries of time. Tourists can find gothic architecture, old bridges, and canals which have been staples of Amsterdam for hundreds of years. At the same time, new parks and recreational areas keep the city feeling fresh and new. A vibrant night life transports you from a time of old to the present.