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83 connections
9 trips/day
Price from 12 €
Comparison of 10 train, bus companies
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Why go to Amsterdam with Kombo?

Kombo is a booking website for train, bus, and plane tickets. Created in 2016, several tens of thousands of customers now book every month on Kombo. The site also offers carpooling and car rental. To get to Amsterdam, you'll find more than 9 tickets per day, departing from 83 cities.

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How do I get to Amsterdam?

To get to Amsterdam you can take the train, the bus. Indeed, there are 2 trains, 7 buses arriving in Amsterdam every day.

The problem with ticket prices is that they change all the time. But it's also hard to find a reliable site that offers you a complete range of products and services, available 7 days a week.

The train is the most comfortable way to get to Amsterdam. You'll be able to sit in your seat much faster than on a plane, and you'll be able to get up during the journey, whether to go to the car bar or the toilet. Beware, however, of strikes (rare) and delays. It's also the most ecological means of transport. By the time you close your eyes, you'll be in Amsterdam.

The bus, like carpooling, often has the advantage of being the cheapest way to travel. In addition to that, even if the trips for Amsterdam can be longer or of the same duration as by car, today's buses are equipped with comfortable seats and often benefit from a free wifi connection. On the other hand if you like to chat and meet people, carpooling with blablacar will be the perfect option.

Which cities are connected to Amsterdam?

On Kombo, you can find direct train tickets from 71 different cities to Amsterdam.

Amsterdam is very well served by train, as this destination is accessible from Paris, Brussels, Antwerp, Lille, and 71 other departure cities.

There are also direct bus tickets from 2 different cities to Amsterdam.

Kombo has developed a technology that combines all means of transport. This means you can reach Amsterdam from 83 different cities.

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City of departure by bus
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How to pay less for your transport ticket to Amsterdam

To find a cheaper train ticket to Amsterdam, we recommend :

  • compare different transport companies on Kombo, including OuiGo
  • book in advance
  • avoid peak times (weekends, vacations)
  • buy a discount card like the SNCF Avantage Card

Find out all our tips for buying cheap train tickets.

Bus tickets for Amsterdam are often cheaper than train and plane tickets. But as prices move with supply and demand, compare the prices of tickets for Amsterdam. Discover our secrets for finding cheap bus tickets.

Which company to go to Amsterdam ?

Amsterdam is served by the following railway companies :
No less than 7 bus companies can take you to Amsterdam :

How to buy your ticket for Amsterdam ?

After finding a cheap ticket on Kombo, we recommend you to book it directly on our website. As Kombo compares the prices of all buses, trains and planes, you will have the best choice and the best price on your ticket for Amsterdam. Be careful, buses, trains and even planes can be quickly full during the weekend and holidays. And if you don't want to leave after buying a ticket, we've got you covered with a guide to how to cancel your bus and train tickets easily.

Where do the trains arrive at Amsterdam?

When you arrive in the city of Amsterdam the trains stop at 2 different train stations.
In general trains stop at Amsterdam Centraal or Amsterdam CS Prins Hendrikplantsoen stations.
  • Amsterdam Centraal

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  • Amsterdam CS Prins Hendrikplantsoen

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Where do the buses arrive at Amsterdam?

In Amsterdam buses stop at 14 bus stations. The most frequent are Amsterdam Sloterdijk and Amsterdam Bijlmer.
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  • Amsterdam Bijlmer

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  • Amsterdam Leidseplein

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