The Dutchflyer service operated by Stena Line takes you from London’s Liverpool Street Station to Amsterdam’s Centraal Station (in other words city centre to city centre) with a combination of train and connecting ferry. It takes most of the day to get there. As a current example, if you leave London on the 6.38am departure, you arrive in Amsterdam at 6.52pm, although some services are quicker depending on the date of travel. However there is usually little, if any, saving on the cost.
If you’re fans of Eurostar, and we most definitely are, then you can get to Amsterdam from London using their service. From London’s St Pancras International station you can change trains at Brussels and get to Amsterdam’s Centraal Station in about 4-6 hours, though the price can’t compete with flying.
You can also book train tickets from London to Amsterdam through the Voyages-Sncf website (formerly Rail Europe). It's definitely worth shopping around to compare prices.
Flights from London to Amsterdam
See our Flights from London to Amsterdam page.
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