Amsterdam Eurostar Breaks
Enjoy the fascinating sights of Netherlands Capital city with one of our fantastic Eurostar Breaks to Amsterdam. Leaving from London St Pancras station the Eurostar to Amsterdam will get you into this beautiful city in just over 5 hours, where you can start experiencing the amazing culture and stunning scenery on offer. Plus with the option to add rail into London from towns and cities throughout the UK your journey can be made that much easier. … Read more
With our Eurostar Breaks to Amsterdam you can forget your travel worries as you sit back and relax on this superb service. With a quick and easy check-in, on train buffet and spacious seats it's a convenient and comfortable way to travel. Arriving in the heart of Amsterdam you can start discovering the city, take a boat on the beautiful canals, explore the city's world class museums or simple enjoy a delicious pancake and coffee. Our Eurostar Breaks to Amsterdam includes overnight accommodation in one of Amsterdam's superb hotels, so after a day sightseeing you can return to your hotel and replenish yourself for the next day.
On the Amsterdam Eurostar you will travel as far as Brussels on the Eurostar train and then take a different train to complete your journey to Amsterdam.
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If you need rail travel to or from a station that is not listed - you can add rail travel to any hotel booking from any UK station at the checkout.
to add Rail from any UK station
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On 'Review & Add' click on this icon & follow the steps to add rail.
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Hotel & Travel Inclusive Breaks
Prices include hotel of your choice & return Eurostar
Convenient & fast travel
Amsterdam is just over 5 hours from London
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ABTA member & 30 years experience
Enjoy 1 night trip or stay longer & explore all of Amsterdam
With our flexible Eurostar breaks to Amsterdam you can:
Choose a hotel to suit your needs & budget
Over 50 hotels from 2 star budget hotels from just £27.50 per person per night to 5 star luxury
Enjoy hassle free travel
Check in up to 30 minutes before departure & you can take 2 pieces of luggage + 1 item of hand luggage per person
Experience fast & easy travel to Amsterdam
Amsterdam is just over 5 hours away from London by train! Travel on Eurostar to Brussels and then connect on the InterCity train service in Brussels to Amsterdam.
Be safe in the knowledge there are no booking fees or hidden extras
Relax, with over 30 years experience trust us to take care of your break
Plus if that's not enough, you can add more to build your perfect Amsterdam Eurostar Break:
Add UK rail to London
Travel from any UK station to arrive relaxed to start your break to Amsterdam
Add tickets to over 20 attractions in Amsterdam
Beat the queues when you arrive by pre-booking attraction tickets for Amsterdam cruises or the Holland Pass
Add Travel Insurance
Peace of mind from just £15.95 per adult
Add a hotel in London
Simply call us after you've booked to add a night in London before or after your Eurostar trip
Checking-in for your Eurostar Break to Amsterdam is easy!
When you have completed your booking with us you will receive a SuperBreak reference number and a Eurostar reference number. You will need to use the Eurostar reference number in order to collect your tickets at your chosen departure station (London St Pancras, Ashford International or Ebbsfleet International).
Make sure you read our 5 simple tips before you set off on your break
Minimum Check In Time:
Check in at least 30 minutes prior to scheduled departure, however please allow enough time to collect your tickets and allow for any potential delays getting to the station. If you get there early then why not treat yourself to a coffee & croissant!
Collecting your tickets:
Upon arrival at the station, simply enter your Eurostar reference number into any of the 'Quick Ticket' machines in the ticket hall or if you get stuck just ask any member of the Eurostar terminal staff who will be happy to help.
No need to worry about checking-in your bags or how much your case weighs. There isn't a separate check-in for baggage at Eurostar as long as you haven't got more than two medium sized suitcase bags or cases and one piece of hand luggage per person. Excess baggage charges apply any additional items and bulky/sports equipment.
Your seats have been reserved and seat numbers will be shown on your tickets when you print them off, so no need to worry about pre-booking seat numbers.
Please ensure you have a valid passport and if required a visa for your visit. Border formalities are completed on each departure by both UK and French immigration authorities.
About your journey to Amsterdam
You will travel by Eurostar between London and Brussels. Your Eurostar ticket is then valid on any InterCity train from Brussels to Amsterdam which run hourly.
- Please note tickets are not valid on Thalys High Speed Services.
- All times shown throughout your booking on our website are for the Eurostar elements of your journey only.
- You must allow 4 hours in total each way from Brussels in order to clear passport control and complete your journey to/from Amsterdam
Approximate journey times are detailed below:
|From||To||Train||Approx. Journey Times|
|Total: 5 hours|
London St Pancras Station
London St Pancras is located in central London and is a stunningly renovated Victorian station. It offers a great range of shops, restaurants and bars including Europe's longest champagne bar!
First Capital Connect, Southeastern and East Midlands trains arrive directly into St Pancras International. East Coast, Grand Central and Hull trains arrive at King's Cross, which is less than a 5 minute walk. Virgin Trains, Scotrail and London Midland trains arrive into Euston, which is a short walk away. Chiltern trains arrive into Marylebone, First Great Western arrive into Paddington, Southern Trains arrive into Victoria, South Eastern trains arrive into Victoria, Charing Cross and London Bridge depending on where you are travelling from, South West Trains arrive into Waterloo and National Express East Anglia arrive into Liverpool Street station.
All above mentioned mainline train stations are between 15-25 minute tube journey to St Pancras International
St Pancras International is served by Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly & Victoria lines. For access to the Northern Line, you will need to use the escalators to the new Northern ticket hall located on the lower concourse, by the Pancras Road glass porch.
There is a 315 space multi-storey NCP car park on Pancras Road (charges apply). Address: St Pancras Station, Pancras Road, London, NW1. The station is located just outside the congestion charging zone on Pancras Road (please note the road is one-way and can only be accessed from Euston Road). Private cars can pick up and set down in the parking bays on Pancras Road.
- A fantastic range of shops, bars and restaurants are available before check-in
- A bureau de change
- Departure lounge
- Wireless internet access
- Toilets with baby-changing facilities
Ashford International or Ebbsfleet International Stations
If you live in the south of England you can also depart from either Ashford International or Ebbsfleet International.
Both stations have the following facilities:
- NCP car parking (charges apply)
- Cash machines (before check-in only)
- Toilets with baby-changing facilities
- Cafés/bar, bureau de change and convenience store are all available in the departure lounge.
Amsterdam Centraal Station
As its name implies the station is right in the centre of Amsterdam, with taxis and great public transport links available. It is so central, many hotels are also within easy walking distance. Travelling to Amsterdam on the Eurostar is the ideal stress free way to visit the Netherlands. By hopping on a direct train to Brussels then transferring on an InterCity train to Amsterdam you will arrive in Amsterdam Centraal in just over 5 hours and be discovering the beautiful city in no time.
Getting to your hotel:
Amsterdam is one of Europe's most popular destinations with many museums and attractions throughout the city. Amsterdam Centraal is ideally located in the heart of the bustling city centre with all major transport links to the rest of the city on the station doorstep.
A selection of Amsterdam hotels are perfectly situated in the heart of the city centre, which mean that many are within walking distance of Amsterdam Centraal Station, allowing you to start enjoying your break as soon as you step of the train. As you are heading to your hotel you can take the opportunity to marvel at some of the fantastic sights around the city.
Amsterdam has 4 metro lines with a fifth currently under construction. From Centraal Station you can access lines 51, 53, and 54. Line 51 is ideal for getting to hotels based in the city centre and is a cost effective way to travel around the city.
If you are travelling to a hotel outside of the city centre you might prefer to take advantage of the taxi pick up point at the Hoofdingang entrance situated just to the front of the station. To avoid unreliable services on your return to the station ask your hotel to call ahead to their preferred taxi provider.
- Variety of cafes & fast food outlets
- Tourist Information Office
- Cash points, banks and Currency Exchange
- Left luggage facilities (charges apply)
- A bureau de change
- Toilets with baby-changing facilities
- Baggage and lost property
- Public Payphones
- Wi-Fi Hotspot
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