Three ways to get to Amsterdam
You can reach Amsterdam by car, rail or plane. Major highways, high speed rail and an international airport connect Amsterdam to the world beyond.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport has direct connections to over 300 destinations. Taxis, trains and shuttle buses will bring you to any Amsterdam destination within 20-30 minutes.
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Through skyteam.com, you can also access the schedules of all SkyTeam partners to plan your flights on the airline of your choice. Flying time to Amsterdam (in hours):
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The Amsterdam Central Station connects to the European High Speed rail network. Thalys trains service Brussels, Lille and Paris. Eurostar trains service London (via Brussels). ICE trains service Germany, including Berlin, Cologne and Frankfurt.
For those from the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany or France, travel by car is a serious option, particularly if you travel in a small group. Amsterdam is about six hours from Paris and about eight hours from Berlin. Keep in mind that parking can be costly.