The Thalys company offers a high-speed train, meanwhile the SNCB has their Intercity Regional train that will take you between the two cities.
Thalys’ high-speed trains start their hourly departures at 6:17 am and don’t end until 10:17 pm. The Intercity trains runs 24 hours a day at various times to fit any traveler’s unique schedule.
The departure station for both the high-speed and Intercity trains is Bruxelles-Midi (Be), and the arrival station is Amsterdam Centraal (NL).
The distance of the train route is about 125.7 miles.
It depends on what train option the passenger decides to take. The travel time on the high-speed train is a little over two Hours, while it takes a little over three hours on the InterCity train.
The route is direct on the high-speed train. Antwerpen station, in Belgium, and Roosendaal station, in the Netherlands, are your two main stops on the Intercity train.
No need to worry about driving a car or sharing your seat with a stranger on a bus when you travel from Belgium to the Netherlands via train. SNBC Intercity is flexible and affordable way to travel to Amsterdam. Free WiFi, family compartments, charging stations for your electronic devices, and optional first-class accommodations are offered on the Thalys high-speed train.
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