London To Amsterdam Train

Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands is a fascinating city that attracts tourists from all across the globe. The place is popularly identified as the Venice of North because the city homes 165+ canals.

Amsterdam is also known as the Party Capital of Europe, the city is ranked 5th among top tourist destinations across the world. Every year over 5 million visitors visit Amsterdam. The amazing city homes something that matches taste of every tourist visiting Amsterdam.

The top attractions that attract visitors from all over the globe consists of its lovely Canals, historical buildings, renowned museums, red light area, vibrant nightlife. It’s a very small city where your destination is always in a walking radius.

Traveling from London to Amsterdam

The two capitals London and Amsterdam are well connected. The options available for traveling on this route are trains, train + Ferry and Flights. The most preferred option that most of the travelers take on this route is Eurostar train.

London to Amsterdam by Eurostar

The best option to travel from London to Amsterdam is Eurostar Network. Eurostar is an amazingly fast and comfortable train that takes you to various parts of Europe. By Eurostar it will just take 4-5 hours to reach Amsterdam from London and Vice Versa. Currently there is no direct Eurostar that runs between the two stations; you just need to do a single station change at Brussels from where you can catch hourly intercity train or a Thalys train. You just need to buy one single Eurostar ticket for the entire journey. Eurostar fares starts from as low as £51 one-way, £89 return. If you are looking for local train tickets in UK, you can boo cheap train tickets by Trainline. You can book London Paris Train tickets by Eurostar and change from Paris to Brussels with Thalys trains.