Trains Berlin to Amsterdam

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  • About 22 trains per day from Berlin to Amsterdam
  • Fastest journey is 6 hours 26 minutes (changes: 0)
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Berlin to Amsterdam train times
12:34 - 19:00 6 hours 26 minutes
direct train
12:50 - 19:00 6 hours 10 minutes
1 change(s)
13:49 - 20:28 6 hours 39 minutes
1 change(s)
14:34 - 21:00 6 hours 26 minutes
direct train
14:51 - 21:00 6 hours 9 minutes
1 change(s)
14:54 - 22:53 7 hours 59 minutes
6 change(s)
Trains Berlin to Amsterdam - Facts 
  • Distance: 575 km
  • Fastest route: 6 hours 26 minutes 
  • Number of trains: 22 
  • Changes: 0 
  • First train: 00:02 
  • Last train: 21:02 
  • Trains operator(s): Deutsche Bahn (DB)
  • Fare range: €33 - €169 
  • From price: €32
Cheap train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam!

Book your train journey from Berlin to Amsterdam in just 2 minutes - always the best price! The rates from Berlin to Amsterdam start from €32!

Every day 22 trains run between Berlin and Amsterdam. The distance is 575 kilometers and the fastest train journey takes 6 hours 26 minutes. 

The earlier you book, the cheaper train tickets are. Just before departure, train tickets can be three to ten times more expensive. For this route the price difference from early booking to just before departure is  €33 - €169.

Train times / timetable

Find all train times in Europe here: travel from Berlin to Amsterdam with Deutsche Bahn (DB), the first train leaves at 00:02 and the last train at 21:02.

Train operators

Deutsche Bahn (DB)


Deutsche Bahn is the name of the national railways in Germany. The HQ is based in Frankfurt and the company is noted at the stock market. 

The high speed train of the Deutsche Bahn is the ICE International, one of the most convenient trains in Europe which run between all major cities in Germany. The ICE has also connections to all major cities in neighboring countries. 

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Berlin

Railway Station Berlin  

Berlin Hbf is the main station of Berlin, located nearby the German parliament. Many sights can be reached by foot from the railway station or by the convenient S-bahn (kind of subway) that connects all major stations in Berlin. The station itself is a modern visual attraction and is built on terrain where the wall used to stand. Nearby the station are some new and fine hotels. 

  • Wifi: yes, free for 30 minutes
  • Lockers: yes, 24h
  • Restaurants: yes
  • Parking: yes, paid

To the city centre

  • Walking: Reichstag 5 minutes, Checkpoint Charlie 30 minutes
  • Bike: no city bikes
  • Subway: S Bahn to all major sights 
  • Bus: yes, to all sights, check Berlin.de
  • Taxi: yes

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Amsterdam

Railway station Amsterdam, Amsterdam Central

Amsterdam Centraal is the name of the main station in Amsterdam and is located in the centre. You can walk from the station to the canals, Dam Square and to other major attractions.

If you want to go to the Rijksmuseum or the Van Gogh museum which are located at the other side of the centre you can walk for of about 30 minutes, take a tram or the newly opened underground. You can also easily rent a bike. 

  • Wifi: yes, available throughout the station
  • Lockers: yes, available 24h
  • Restaurants: yes
  • Parking: yes, paid, but not recommended! (Park your car for free at Diemen or Halfweg station) 

To the city centre

  • Walking: 10 minutes (to the Dam, the central square) 
  • Bike: OV Bike
  • Subway:  2 minutes to the Rokin stop. It's superfast.
  • Tram: 10 minutes
  • Bus: don't take it. It's not going to the centre.
  • Taxi: yes. Including Uber.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to travel from Berlin to Amsterdam?
The average travel time between Berlin and Amsterdam is 6 hours 26 minutes. On average 22 trains per day run between Berlin and Amsterdam. The first train is leaving Berlin at 00:02 and the last at 21:02. The prices for train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam start from €32.

How much does it cost to take the train from Berlin to Amsterdam?
The train fares for tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam start from €32. If you book early you have more chance to buy cheap train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam. Sometimes tickets cost up to 4-5 times more just before departure than at the time the sales period starts.

How do I get from Berlin to Amsterdam?
On average 22 trains per day run between Berlin and Amsterdam. The number of changes on this route is 0. Trains are one of the best ways to travel around Europe, they are fast, convenient and if you book on time there are often great deals. Fares for trains from Berlin to Amsterdam start from €32.

How long is the train ride from Berlin to Amsterdam?
The average travel time between Berlin and Amsterdam is 6 hours 26 minutes. Every day 22 runs between Berlin and Amsterdam and the number of changes is 0. Train times can vary at any time of the day - check our rail planner for all the actual train times.

How far is Berlin from Amsterdam by train?
The distance between Berlin and Amsterdam is 575 kilometers. The average travel time is 6 hours 26 minutes and there are approximately 22 trains per day running between Berlin and Amsterdam. The first train leaves from Berlin at 00:02 and the last one at 21:02.

Which trains run from Berlin to Amsterdam?
The following railway companies operate on the route between Berlin and Amsterdam: Deutsche Bahn (DB). The average travel time is 6 hours 26 minutes, the distance is 575 kilometers and fares start from €32.

How to buy cheap train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam?
Book your train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam as early as possible - sometimes it saves 4-5 times than booking just before departure. If rail tickets between Berlin and Amsterdam are already available try to avoid peak times and / or travel on Tuesday or Thursday. Train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam start from €32.

Do prices go down for trains Berlin to Amsterdam?
Unfortunately, no - there are no last minutes. Train tickets from Berlin to Amsterdam only become more expensive the closer to departure time. The only way to purchase cheap train tickets is to book as early as possible. In general, it is more economical to travel between Berlin and Amsterdam on Tuesday or Thursday, avoid peak times and / or travel late in the morning or in the early afternoon.

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