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Brussels - Amsterdam
Single journey from
€29*
Travel time
1:50
Book up to
4 months in advance

Direct trains from Brussels to AmsterdamFrom Brussels to Amsterdam

Travelling between Brussels and Amsterdam has never been so fast and easy with Thalys, Eurostar and InterCity. By Thalys and Eurostar, you can even reach Amsterdam in a record 1 hour 50 minutes. Book your tickets 6 months (Eurostar) or 4 months (Thalys) in advance to get the best fares on offer.

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Get to Amsterdam with the direct Thalys, Eurostar and InterCity services from Brussels

There are 3 options for travelling to Amsterdam. Whichever choice you make, Thalys, Eurostar and InterCity will get you right to the heart of Amsterdam from Brussels-Midi, the main station in the Brussels area.

14 daily Thalys trains and 2 daily Eurostar trains provide a direct service in just 1 hour 50 minutes.

The 12 daily trains operated by InterCity get you to Amsterdam in a little under 3 hours, and offer you more flexibility: you can board the train of your choice and get on and off wherever you want along the line (13 stops), without requiring a seat reservation.

Upon your arrival at Amsterdam Central station (located in the very centre of the city), the wide array of different public transport lines on offer (underground, tram, bus or even train) means you can start your visit to the city with ease, or continue your journey on to other towns and cities. If you are feeling particularly active, you can take advantage of the central location of the station to get your trip to Amsterdam off to a good start using the most popular method of transport, the bike!


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Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid train station

47B Avenue Fonsny
1060 Brussels
Belgium

Amsterdam Centraal train station

15 Stationsplein
1012 AB Amsterdam
The Netherlands
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