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Overview Just a short hop in any direction will bring you to lively university towns, sandy beaches and innovative post-war architecture. Explore wide-open countryside with sparkling lakes to swim in during the summer, or skate on in winter.
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Amsterdam Rotterdam 00:36 HK$142
Utrecht Amsterdam 00:24 HK$70
Hoogeveen Amsterdam 00:33 HK$212
Zandvoort Aan Zee Amsterdam 00:30 HK$52
Amsterdam Heerenveen 01:56 HK$222
Gouda Amsterdam 00:52 HK$106
Amsterdam Vlissingen 02:56 HK$242
Amsterdam Dordrecht 01:27 HK$166
Apeldoorn Amsterdam 00:59 HK$144
Maastricht Amsterdam 02:24 HK$240
Amsterdam Arnhem 01:01 HK$154
Amsterdam Hoek Van Holland 01:14 HK$264
Ede Wageningen Amsterdam 00:54 HK$132
Amsterdam Haarlem 00:15 HK$40
Amsterdam Baarn 00:35 HK$66
Leiden Amsterdam 00:31 HK$84
Kerkrade Centrum Amsterdam 03:13 HK$242
Amsterdam Zwolle 01:08 HK$172
Amsterdam Hengelo 01:55 HK$300
Amsterdam Oss 01:36 HK$166
Eindhoven Amsterdam 01:20 HK$180
Amsterdam Heerlen 02:34 HK$240
Delft Amsterdam 00:53 HK$122
Amsterdam Sittard 02:10 HK$234
Amsterdam Groningen 02:07 HK$240
Amsterdam Bergen Op Zoom 02:02 HK$210
Amsterdam Goes 02:13 HK$234
Roermond Amsterdam 01:53 HK$218
Den Helder Amsterdam 01:14 HK$134
Amsterdam Venlo 01:58
Amsterdam Lelystad 00:34 HK$94
Heiloo Amsterdam 00:32 HK$62
Amsterdam S Hertogenbosch 00:59 HK$142
Breda Amsterdam 01:42 HK$190
Amsterdam Weert 01:41 HK$204
Leeuwarden Amsterdam 02:15 HK$238

The national railway company of the Netherlands is known as the Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS). The Netherlands has over 2,800 km of railway network. Train tickets for trains operating in the Netherlands can be booked in advance. International trains connect the Netherlands with neighbouring countries such as France and Belgium. Book train tickets to visit main cities of the Netherlands by train. Dutch cities including Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Eindhoven are all served by trains.


Cycle along Amsterdam’s canals and through the Museum Quarter before heading south to Rotterdam’s post-war architecture. Take the Netherlands’ NS train to The Hague, travel north to Groningen’s lively student ambience or visit cosmopolitan Maastricht in the surprisingly hilly south.


Travel by train to the Netherlands’ northern provinces of Overijssel and Drenthe and cycle through verdant fields and swim in clear lakes. Walk on the seabed during low tide from the far northern mainland to the Waddeneilanden (West Frisian Islands). In freezing climes, skate along frozen canals.

Take Home

Shop for vivid blue ceramics in Delft, Vermeer’s hometown, and browse the country’s biggest clog factory in Beltrum. Buy Dutch cheeses in Gouda and Edam and buy flower bulbs from Keukenhof.

Eat & Drink

Sample raw herring, stop by traditional pancake houses (pannekoekenhuis) or try patatje oorlog, chips in mayonnaise, ketchup, peanut sauce and onions. In traditional ‘brown’ cafés, order a beer with bitterballen, meat croquettes, or uitsmijter, an open fried egg, ham and cheese sandwich.

New Perspective

Book a train to The Netherland’s south-west Friesland province and stay at Stavoren’s De Vrouwe van hotel where four giant wine casks have been turned into en-suite hotel rooms.


Rail Pass benefits in the Netherlands

30% discount on the full Stena Line fares for the crossing between Hoek van Holland and Harwich (UK).

Free access to the NS Hispeed lounges in several cities. Access is available on the day of travel for 1st class pass holders who have a reservation.

If you have a Global Pass, you only need a seat reservation to board the international IC bus. Otherwise if you have a rail pass which is not valid in a country where the bus operates, you will need a reservation and a ticket. Routes are Dusseldorf-Eindhoven-Brussels-London and Dusseldorf-Roermond-Eindhoven-Antwerpen.

arrow  Hotel Amsterdam: 15% off when booking online.
arrow  Meininger Hotels: 10% off if you book directly with the hotel.

20% discount for the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam. It is one of the oldest in Netherlands home to a wide collection of medieval and modern European art. Pass holders must show their pass at the museum ticket window to receive their discount.

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  • "Amsterdam to Paris"    
    Good trip, comfortable. Ticket was a bit expensive though.  
  • "Comfortable train ride"    
    It was the first time taking Thalys from Amsterdam to Paris and it was a nice experience. It was comfortable. Since we booked our tickets in advanced, it was value for money and we were allocated to seats that we wanted.