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Berlin to Amsterdam by train

The journey from Berlin to Amsterdam by train is 359.16 mi and takes 10 hr 23 min. There are 12 connections per day, with the first departure at 12:22 AM and the last at 10:56 PM. It is possible to travel from Berlin to Amsterdam by train for as little as $24.05 or as much as $107.12. The best price for this journey is $24.05.

Lowest Price$24.05
Journey Duration10 hr 23 min
Connection per Day12
Lowest Price$24.05
Highest Price$107.12
First Departure12:22 AM
Last Departure10:56 PM
Distance359.16 mi
DepartureBerlin
ArrivalAmsterdam
CarriersEuropean Sleeper, FlixTrainMore

Berlin to Amsterdam Train Times

Departure date
Sunday, Apr 14, 2024

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How can I get the cheapest train tickets to travel from Berlin to Amsterdam?

When you're traveling from Berlin to Amsterdam, you can expect to pay an average of approximately $48.56. You might be able to find prices as low as $24.05, but it all depends on how you travel. Some forms of transport are cheaper than others, and prices will vary according to time of day, day of the week, season, and other factors. For the cheapest train tickets, make your reservation well in advance. If you can, travel at an off-peak time, as train ticket prices will often be reduced. You might also be able to save money by booking a connecting journey, rather than a direct route. Be sure to check the conditions of the ticket before booking, as sometimes cheaper train tickets cannot be changed or refunded. Use Virail to check your options before booking, to ensure that you find the lowest price for your journey.
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When you're traveling from Berlin to Amsterdam, you can expect to pay an average of approximately $48.56. Some forms of transport are cheaper than others, and prices will vary according to time of day, day of the week, season, and other factors. For the cheapest train tickets, make your reservation well in advance. If you can, travel at an off-peak time, as train ticket prices will often be reduced. You might also be able to save money by booking a connecting journey, rather than a direct route. Be sure to check the conditions of the ticket before booking, as sometimes cheaper train tickets cannot be changed or refunded. Use Virail to check your options before booking, to ensure that you find the lowest price for your journey.

How long does the journey from Berlin to Amsterdam take by train?

With a distance of 359.16 mi between Berlin and Amsterdam, it will usually take 10 hr 23 min to complete the journey. This average figure may vary from day to day. Delays could be caused by unexpected weather conditions, roadworks or construction, local events, or other unforeseen circumstances. Remember that your journey may take longer than 10 hr 23 min. Make your plans with this in mind to avoid disappointment, particularly if you are traveling on a tight schedule. The distance between Berlin and Amsterdam is around 359.16 mi. Depending on the exact route and provider you travel with, your journey time can vary. On average, this journey will take approximately 10 hr 23 min. However, the fastest routes between Berlin and Amsterdam take 5 hr 54 min. If a fast journey is a priority for you when traveling, look out for express services that may get you there faster. Some flexibility may be necessary when booking. Often, these services only leave at particular times of day - or even on certain days of the week. You may also find a faster journey by taking an indirect route and connecting in another station along the way.

Which stations can I use on the Berlin to Amsterdam route?

You will be able to leave Berlin by using stations such as Berlin Tegel Airport, TXL,Berlin Hbf (tief),Berlin Friedrichstraße,Berlin, Ostbahnhof,Berlin - Spandau,Berlin Potsdamer Platz (S),Berlin Ostkreuz station,Berlin, ZOB,Berlin, Alexanderplatz,Berlin Zoologischer Garten (S). These connect you to stations including Amsterdam, Station Holendrecht,Amsterdam - Sloterdijk,Amsterdam, W Hotel,Amsterdam Science Park,Amsterdam Muiderpoort,Amsterdam Rai,Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum,Diemen, Treinstation,Amsterdam, Leidseplein,Amsterdam - Bijlmer Arena,SCHIPHOL AIRPORT,Amsterdam, Amstel,Duivendrecht Station,Amsterdam Dam,Amsterdam Zuid Wtc,Amsterdam, Centraal Station in Amsterdam. Check carefully before making a booking. Some or all of these stations will appear on the route, depending on the transport provider you use for your trip. Check carefully to see which route your chosen transport provider follows, to see if it passes through a station that is convenient for your needs. It may be necessary to make a short journey between stations either in Berlin or in Amsterdam, for your convenience while traveling.

How many times a day do departures from Berlin leave for Amsterdam?

The route from Berlin to Amsterdam is served by providers including . From this list of transport providers, there are up to departures each day. However, this exact number will vary. On average, journeys depart from Berlin 12 times per day. This number includes all the transport providers that serve the route. When traveling from Berlin to Amsterdam, you may choose to use an indirect route, involving connections. If you prefer not to do this, you will find an average of 1 direct journeys each day. However, indirect routes open up more possibilities for flexible travelers. On average, there are 11 journeys with one change or more each day. These numbers are all averages. They can slightly vary depending on the day of the week, the season of the year, local festivals, and other factors. Unfortunately, no connection was found for your trip from Berlin to Amsterdam. Selecting a new departure or arrival city, without dramatically changing your itinerary could help you find connections.

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Cheap train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam
Looking for the best deal on a train ticket for your trip? Here are 4 ways to get cheap train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam.

Book in advance and save

If you're looking for the best deal for your trip from Berlin to Amsterdam, booking train tickets in advance is a great way to save money, but keep in mind that advance tickets are usually not available until 3 months before your travel date.

Stay flexible with your travel time and explore off-peak journeys

Planning your trips around off-peak travel times not only means that you'll be able to avoid the crowds, but can also end up saving you money. Being flexible with your schedule and considering alternative routes or times will significantly impact the amount of money you spend on getting from Berlin to Amsterdam.

Always check special offers

Checking on the latest deals can help save a lot of money, making it worth taking the time to browse and compare prices. So make sure you get the best deal on your ticket and take advantage of special fares for children, youth and seniors as well as discounts for groups.

Unlock the potential of slower trains or connecting trains

If you're planning a trip with some flexible time, why not opt for the scenic route? Taking slower trains or connecting trains that make more stops may save you money on your ticket – definitely worth considering if it fits in your schedule.

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Virail Pro Tip ✌: Booking 10 days in advance save 10% on average

Price as departure date approaches

Train companies may charge higher ticket prices as the date of departure approaches. Prices in the next days can range from around $27.58 to $80.19 but may be subject to change. Our advice is to book as early as possible to potentially save up to 66% on your trip!

Best time to book cheap train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam

The cheapest Berlin - Amsterdam train tickets can be found for as low as $40.24 if you’re lucky, or $52.58 on average. The most expensive ticket can cost as much as $63.52.

Find the best day to travel to Amsterdam by train

When travelling to Amsterdam by train, if you want to avoid crowds you can check how frequently our customers are travelling in the next 30-days using the graph below. On average, the peak hours to travel are between 6:30am and 9am in the morning, or between 4pm and 7pm in the evening. Please keep this in mind when travelling to your point of departure as you may need some extra time to arrive, particularly in big cities!

Carriers on this route

Find out more about the carriers on this route.

FlixBus, a long-distance bus company, operates in both Europe and the United States. Founded in 2013, it has grown to become one of the largest bus operators in Europe, connecting over 2,500 destinations in 30 countries. Originating in Germany, FlixBus has expanded quickly to neighboring countries including France, Italy, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Croatia, while also offering regular services to Norway, Spain, and England. With affordable fares and comfortable amenities such as free Wi-Fi, power outlets, and onboard toilets, FlixBus provides a convenient and enjoyable travel experience.

Flixtrain is a European low-cost passenger rail service that offers affordable and comfortable train travel to various destinations across Germany. It is owned and operated by FlixMobility, the parent company of FlixBus, which is a popular bus transportation service in Europe. Flixtrain operates on several routes, including Berlin to Stuttgart, Berlin to Cologne, and Hamburg to Cologne, among others.

Express InterCity is a type of train service that operates in many countries around the world. It is designed to provide fast and efficient transportation between major cities, with limited stops along the way. Express InterCity trains typically offer amenities such as comfortable seating, air conditioning, and onboard food and beverage service. They may also have first-class or business-class seating options for passengers who want extra comfort and amenities. Express InterCity trains are often a popular choice for business travelers, tourists, and commuters who need to travel between cities quickly and conveniently.

Regionalbahn is a type of train service in Germany that operates on regional routes, connecting smaller towns and cities with larger ones. These trains are usually slower than intercity trains, but they make more stops and are more affordable. Regionalbahn trains are operated by various companies, including Deutsche Bahn, and they offer single and multiple-day tickets. The trains are often used by commuters and tourists who want to explore the countryside and smaller towns.

Intercity Direct is a high-speed train service in the Netherlands that connects Amsterdam with Rotterdam and Breda. It is operated by NS (Nederlandse Spoorwegen) and runs on the HSL-Zuid high-speed railway line. The trains used on the Intercity Direct service are modern, comfortable and equipped with free Wi-Fi, power sockets and air conditioning. The journey time between Amsterdam and Rotterdam is approximately 30-35 minutes, while the journey time between Amsterdam and Breda is around 30-35 minutes.

While not as swift as the high-speed ICE trains, Deutsche Bahn’s InterCity trains boast speeds up to 200km/h, offering spacious carriages and dining options. Operating across numerous German routes, such as Cologne-Hamburg, these trains also extend to international destinations, including Amsterdam and Luxembourg. Some routes even feature double-deck trains.

Ticket types and facilities from Berlin to Amsterdam

Compare the different ticket types and the facilities provided by FlixTrain, DB - InterCity Express (ICE) and DB - Intercity when traveling from Berlin to Amsterdam.

Standard

A standard ticket on FlixTrain is a regular ticket / second class ticket. Flixtrain standard ticket offers you a comfortable seat, guaranteed Wi-Fi, access to power outlets, and one carry-on and one checked luggage with size restrictions.
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Second Class

Deutshce Bahn's second class ensures a comfortable journey with standard seating arrangements with free Wi-Fi, power socket, and. Second class passengers can buy food and drinks from the bar/bistro car or restaurant car.
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First Class

First Class travel with Deutsche Bahn provides a luxurious experience with comfortable seats and many amenities such as spacious seating with personalized on-seat service and exclusive lounge access at major stations. First-class passengers can have their orders delivered to their seats, but if you do not want to wait, you can also dine in the restaurant car or buy food and drinks from the bar/bistro car.
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Second Class

On SBB Intercity trains, in addition to basic amenities for Second Class ticket, there's a Family Zone specially designed to offer comfort for families with children. If you get hungry during the journey, you can enjoy tasty meals in the restaurant carriage.
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First Class

On Deutsche Bahn IC trains, if you have a Flexpreis First Class ticket in addition to the standard second class offerings, you can access Fast Track and DB lounges at some German stations for free and enjoy the complimentary refreshments. Plus, experience a quieter travel environment and savor the view.

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Facility Description

Find out more about the different facilities available onboard with each carrier on this route.

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Connect effortlessly on FlixTrain and enjoy free WiFi, whether you're catching up on work, chatting, or simply browsing.
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Keep your devices charged and ready. FlixTrain seats come equipped with power sockets and USB outlets.
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For your safety and the comfort of everyone on board, FlixBus permits you to bring one carry-on bag that should fit under the seat or in the overhead compartment. You're also allowed one checked bag, but make sure you can load and unload it by yourself and store it in the overhead space or under your seat. Kindly ensure your luggage isn't bulky or poses a risk to others. Remember, it's up to you to keep track of your belongings during the trip.
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FlixTrain prioritizes comfort for all. Passengers with mobility concerns can book designated seats and utilize complimentary transportation for foldable wheelchairs and mobility aids. Reach out to FlixTrain for any assistance required.
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While FlixTrain doesn't offer onboard catering, you're welcome to bring along your own snacks and beverages.
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With FlixTrain, you can pack an extra piece of luggage, but it's a good idea to book early since train space is limited. Got sports equipment or a big musical instrument? They're welcome too, though an extra fee might apply. If you're cycling around, you can park your bike in specific areas for just 9 Euro, but ensure it's standard-sized and free of extra attachments. Remember to reserve a spot for your bike early, as space fills up fast
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On ICE trains, enjoy free WiFi and access the ICE portal for movies, TV shows, audiobooks, games, and reading material.
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Seek tranquillity on ICE Frankfurt in Coach 21 (second class) and Coach 28/29 (first class). On ICE 104/105 Basel, it's Coach 31 (second class) and Coach 38/39 (first class).
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Stay charged with a power socket available for every two seats on the train.
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On ICE-trains, you can bring any amount of luggage without restrictions. Store small bags either in the overhead racks or beneath your seats. For bigger luggage items, use the racks found in the compartments or close to the exterior doors.
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For assistance in boarding, changing trains, or other queries, reach out to DB’s Mobility Service. The staff is always ready to assist and ensure a smooth journey.
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With ICE, choose between a full menu at the onboard restaurant or quick snacks at the bistro. For First Class passengers, complimentary food and drinks are served directly to your seat. DB's diverse menu, updated quarterly, features local and vegetarian/vegan options.
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ICE trains not only offer air conditioning but are also innovating with eco-friendly systems that both cool and heat using natural refrigerants.
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On Deutsche Bahn trains, make sure it's disassembled and snugly packed in a case or cover with your name labeled on it, and you can bring it on board for free. You're also allowed one regular and one hand luggage item. Just ensure your bike doesn't get in the way of other travelers or block aisles. Note: Special bikes aren't permitted, but if you're an international traveler, there's no need to worry about peak-time restrictions.
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Deutsche Bahn is rolling out free WiFi on their IC trains, with some already offering the service.
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All seats in both classes have power sockets on DB IC trains.
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On IC trains, you can bring any amount of luggage without restrictions. Store small bags either in the overhead racks or beneath your seats. For bigger luggage items, use the racks found in the compartments or close to the exterior doors.
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Deutsche Bahn's Mobility Service provides assistance for boarding, disembarking, and train transfers. Staff are on hand to address questions and ensure a smooth trip.
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On the DB IC trains, there's a restaurant for meals or a bistro for snacks. You can eat at the bistro or in your seat. First Class passengers get free food at their seat. The menu changes but always has local food, including vegetarian and vegan choices.
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Intercity trains have air-conditioned sections.
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For IC trains, a ticket and reservation are required for bicycles, with the reservation cost included. Bikes are typically stored in second class carriages, though your seat may be elsewhere.
Services on board FlixTrain, DB - Intercity and DB - InterCity Express (ICE) from Berlin to Amsterdam
Compare services on board when travelling from Berlin to Amsterdam by train.
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Berlin to Amsterdam CO2 Emissions by Train

Ecology
Train
40.46kg
Bus
43.35kg
Flight
115.6kg
Car
92.48kg
What are the CO2 emissions from Berlin to Amsterdam by train? The CO2 emissions from taking the train between Berlin and Amsterdam are 40.46kg.
How much CO2 do I save by taking the train between Berlin and Amsterdam? By taking the train between Berlin and Amsterdam you will save 75.14kg CO2 emissions compared to a flight, 2.89kg compared to a bus and 52.02kg compared to a car.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a train ticket from Berlin to Amsterdam?
A train ticket from Berlin to Amsterdam is $48.56. However the price varies depending on how early you buy, and if it's peak time to travel. Occasionally you can find them for as cheap as $24.05.
What's the cheapest train ticket from Berlin to Amsterdam?
The cheapest ticket you can get from Berlin to Amsterdam is $24.05. We recommend booking as early as possible and off-peak hours to get the cheapest ticket possible. Off-peak times are usually from 09:30 to 16:00, and after 19:00.
What's the distance between Berlin and Amsterdam by train?
Berlin to Amsterdam is 359.16 mi.
How long does the train between Berlin and Amsterdam take?
Berlin to Amsterdam is on average 10 hr 23 min. However the fastest option will get you there in 5 hr 54 min.
Which companies operate from Berlin to Amsterdam?
The train journey from Berlin to Amsterdam is covered by 8 operator(s). On Virail you can find these carriers that provide services on this route: European Sleeper, FlixTrain, DB - Intercity, DB - InterCity Express (ICE), FlixBus, FlixBus DACH GmbH, NS - IC direct, DB - Regionalbahn and FlixTrain GmbH.
How many train connections per day go from Berlin to Amsterdam?
Berlin to Amsterdam has 12 connection(s) per day on average.
What time does the first train from Berlin to Amsterdam leave?
The earliest train from Berlin to Amsterdam departs at 12:22 AM. However be sure to check with us the schedule on the day you want to leave as the time may differ.
What time does the last train from Berlin to Amsterdam depart?
The latest train from Berlin to Amsterdam departs at 10:56 PM. However be sure to check with us the schedule on the day you want to leave as the time may differ.
Should I book my ticket from Berlin to Amsterdam in advance?
If you can, we recommend booking your ticket as early as possible to ensure you get better savings. The cheapest train ticket we have found is $24.05 but this may be subject to change depending on the day of travel, hour you wish to depart and how far in advance you book.
How many direct connections depart from Berlin to Amsterdam?
There are on average 1 direct connection(s) from Berlin to go to Amsterdam.
What's the fastest journey time between Berlin to Amsterdam by train?
The fastest journey time by train between Berlin and Amsterdam is 5 hr 54 min.
Is there a direct train from Berlin to Amsterdam?
Yes, there is a direct train between Berlin and Amsterdam.
What are the CO2 emissions for Berlin to Amsterdam by train?
The train journey from Berlin to Amsterdam creates 40.46kg of CO2 emissions.

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