Trains from Amsterdam to Berlin

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Wed 23 Jan

12:24 19:57
$47
07:33 hrs

Fri 25 Jan

12:05 19:02
$47
06:57 hrs

Sat 26 Jan

18:00 05:40
$47
11:40 hrs

Sun 27 Jan

12:07 19:04
$47
06:57 hrs

Mon 28 Jan

12:05 19:02
$47
06:57 hrs

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Amsterdam to Berlin Train Information

Avg. Train Duration8h 2m
Trains arrive inBerlin
Trains depart fromAmsterdam
Train Ticket Price$ 47.22
Distance577 km
Train Companies
  • Deutsche Bahn with connection
  • Deutsche Bahn

What train companies travel from Amsterdam to Berlin

Many companies operate modern fleets with comfortable, reclining seats, wifi and air-conditioning. Compare the services available.

What's on board Deutsche Bahn trains?

  • Power Outlet

  • Wifi

  • Refreshments

  • Mobile Tickets

  • Pets

  • WC

  • Seat Reservation

  • ID Required

  • Allows Bicycles

Further facilities and services may vary according to the transport company and country of operation.

What do I need to know about travelling on Deutsche Bahn trains?

    No check-in is required for Deutsche Bahn trains. However, Deutsche Bahn passengers must check-in 45 minutes before departure if their journey connects to the Eurostar.


    No, children under 6 years old do not need a ticket on Deutsche Bahn trains. Children under 15 years old will be issued a free ticket when travelling with a parent or guardian.


    Deutsche Bahn offers Flexible ("Flexpreis") and Saver ("Sparpreis") fares.


What's on board Deutsche Bahn + Regionals trains?

  • Power Outlet

  • Wifi

  • Refreshments

  • Mobile Tickets

  • Pets

  • WC

  • Seat Reservation

  • ID Required

  • Allows Bicycles

Further facilities and services may vary according to the transport company and country of operation.

What do I need to know about travelling on Deutsche Bahn + Regionals trains?

    No check-in is required for Deutsche Bahn trains. However, Deutsche Bahn passengers must check-in 45 minutes before departure if their journey connects to the Eurostar.


    No, children under 6 years old do not need a ticket on Deutsche Bahn trains. Children under 15 years old will be issued a free ticket when travelling with a parent or guardian.


    Deutsche Bahn offers Flexible ("Flexpreis") and Saver ("Sparpreis") fares.


Trains from Amsterdam to Berlin

Trains in Europe are an effective way to travel between cities, with a number of companies offering domestic and international routes. The most direct route for trains from Amsterdam to Berlin is from Centraal Station via Hannover, with a journey time of around 6 hours. All Amsterdam to Berlin trains are run by Deutsche Bahn on its high-speed Inter-City Express trains. There are several departures a day, seven days a week, between just after 7:00 a.m. and around 4:30 p.m. Alternative routes are available but involve more connections and a longer journey time.

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Amsterdam to Berlin Train Cost

Average prices for Deutsche Bahn trains from Amsterdam to Berlin when you book in advance

Booking Period

Average Price

Same Day

€112

1 Day in Advance

€81

1 Week in Advance

€64

2 Weeks in Advance

€55

1 Month in Advance

€49

3 Months in Advance

€44

Amsterdam to Berlin Trains: General Information

While it may be cheaper to book a last-minute budget airline ticket from Amsterdam to Berlin, travelers can offset some of the cost of train tickets by planning ahead and booking tickets as far in advance as possible.


  • All Amsterdam to Berlin trains are run by Deutsche Bahn.
  • Most trains are direct, depart from Amsterdam's Centraal station and arrive at Berlin Hbf.
  • The Amsterdam to Berlin train journey takes as little as 6 hours and 4 minutes to arrive in Berlin.
  • Most travelers book their Amsterdam to Berlin train tickets 1 day in advance of the travel date.




Based on GoEuro's travel data, as the table above clearly illustrates, ticket prices on Amsterdam to Berlin trains decrease the further they are booked in advance:

  • Amsterdam to Berlin trains are 28% cheaper when booked a day ahead of time rather than purchasing them at the station.
  • It is 43% cheaper to book an Amsterdam to Berlin train ticket 1 week in advanced as opposed to the day you intend to travel.
  • Amsterdam to Berlin train costs are 56% cheaper when booked 1 month in advance as opposed to purchasing a train ticket the day of.

Taking the Train from Amsterdam

Amsterdam Centraal is right in the center of Amsterdam, within walking distance of most tourist attractions. The Metro, trams, buses and water ferries are all located at the station. Trams are a convenient way of getting around the city, while buses serve the suburbs and surrounding villages and towns. A night bus service operates in Amsterdam throughout the week. The most scenic way of getting around the city is by using the hop-on-hop-off water ferries, which stop at all major tourist attractions. Taxis are available at Amsterdam Centraal.

Getting into Berlin by Train

Berlin is a fascinating and historic city, divided into different and distinctive neighborhoods. Within its compact center architecture from its different periods sit side by side on or near the banks of the River Spree. Evidence of Berlin's recent history can be viewed at the evocative remains of Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall, with its memorials. The main station, close to the city center, is Berlin Hauptbahnhof. This large, modern building is linked to the city, the airport and surrounding areas by regular buses and four lines of the S-Bahn. Berlin has a night bus service seven days a week and taxi ranks are located at the station.

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