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Bus Information from Paris to Amsterdam

distanceDistance267 miles (430 km)
durationAverage bus duration6 h 50 min
priceAverage bus ticket price$31 (€25)
changesDirect busYes
carriersBus companiesEurolines France, Flixbus, Ouibus, Eurolines Switzerland, BlaBlaCar Bus, Infobus, Isilines or Alsa

Buses from Paris to Amsterdam cover the 267 miles (430 km) long route taking on average 6 h 50 min with our travel partners like Eurolines France, Flixbus, Ouibus, Eurolines Switzerland, BlaBlaCar Bus, Infobus, Isilines or Alsa. There are direct bus services available. While the average ticket price for this trip costs around $31 (€25), you can find the cheapest bus ticket for as low as $21 (€17). Travelers depart most frequently from Paris Gare de Lyon and arrive in Amsterdam, Sloterdijk.

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Bus from Paris to Amsterdam with Alsa and FlixBus

For as little as $21 (€17) you can travel by bus between Paris and Amsterdam with Alsa and FlixBus. Omio will show you the best deals, schedules and tickets available for this route.

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Alsa is the main provider of bus travel in Spain. As a subsidiary of the UK bus company National Express, Alsa offers a plethora of regional, national and international routes and transports more than 300 million passengers per year. Alsa has an impressive fleet of buses with different levels of comfort and amenities on offer. Aside from the Alsa Normal bus with free WiFi, bathrooms, footrests and entertainment on board, the Alsa Supra, Alsa Eurobus and Alsa Premium buses provide more luxurious services when traveling by road, depending on the specific route. Apart from the Standard ticket, Alsa offers other bus tickets like Minimum, Reduced and Flexible fares on select routes.

    Alsa has the following ticket policies due to COVID-19, which you should be aware of when booking and traveling by bus between Paris and Amsterdam:

    • Normal conditions apply
    • Cashless payments recommended
    • Online booking and check-in recommended

    Buses from Paris to Amsterdam

    Buses from Paris to Amsterdam are operated Eurolines, Flixbus, and Ouibus running numerous buses per day. Departures leave from either Paris' Porte Maillot, Gare Routière Galliéni, or Quai de Bercy bus station throughout the day, with a final outbound bus to Amsterdam departing at 11:55 p.m. Approximately 14 buses travel from Paris to Amsterdam per day.

    Taking the Bus from Paris

    Buses from Paris to Amsterdam depart various locations throughout the French capital. Most buses depart from either Paris Gallieni Porte Bagnolet or Paris Gare du Nord and arrive at Amsterdam's Sloterdjik bus station. Paris is well connected with its own Metro system, providing 24-hour service to most of its 9 lines. Taxis can offer a more convenient option for the first leg of the journey for more remote stations.

    Getting into Amsterdam by Bus

    Amsterdam has a reliable public transport system, with an extensive tram network covering the city center and outlying areas of interest, providing quick and affordable travel for tourists. There is a reliable bus service is also available for travel across Amsterdam itself, with limited night services available. Amsterdam's main railway station provides connections to the rest of the Netherlands, as well as intercity trains to destinations in France, Germany and beyond.

    The Dutch capital offers some of the most historic architecture in Western Europe, with world-famous museums and attractions to accommodate everyone from the backpacker, to the big family group. Take a walk along the city's famous canal, or explore the meandering streets of old Amsterdam and soak in the local Dutch culture. Buses from Paris to Amsterdam usually arrive into the city's central bus station, situated at the heart of the capital.

    Walking Around in Amsterdam

    Amsterdam is famous for its vibrant nightlife and cultural diversity, though this magnificent city has a lot more to offer. With canals giving way to quaint cobbled street paths, it's hard not to appreciate travelers' fascination with this city. To immerse yourself in Amsterdam's culture, you need to take a stroll through the city center. Amsterdam's historic city center is large and well preserved. Traversing this city center will allow you to take it in and appreciate its beautiful sights. As you walk through the center of the city, look out for its attractions, such as the bustling Dam Square, the iconic Westerkerk, Begijnhof, and the infamous Red Light District - or simply stroll along the city's many canals. These canals form a unique semi-circle around the city square, and are crossed by several bridges and streets. These historic canals also offer different ways to explore Amsterdam. You can hop onto a canal boat and enjoy the view of the city like never before. Later, head downtown, where you can stop at a local restaurant and indulge in some Dutch delicacies.

    Coffee Places in Amsterdam

    The Netherlands is one of Europe's biggest coffee hubs, and Amsterdam is a testament to this. Lining its beautiful waterfront streets and on every corner of this cosmopolitan city are coffee shops unlike any you'll find elsewhere on the continent. With a robust coffee culture, this city has some of the best craft and specialty coffees the world has to offer. On that list of best coffee places in Amsterdam, The Coffeevine Bar is on a league of its own. Here, each cup of coffee is slowly brewed by devoted baristas, using a filter-equipped apparatus such as an AeroPress, a Clever, or a V60. There is no espresso machine in sight, and the coffee shop masterfully makes filter-only coffees all day long. Another beautiful coffee shop in Amsterdam is Hutspot, featuring beautiful design features that will have you snapping pictures throughout your visit. With a North African influenced interior design, it is the perfect place to sip a latte macchiato on a calm day. Black Gold, on the other hand, serves specialty high-quality coffee and a dose of inspirational music to boot. The coffee and vinyl shop also sells coffee making equipment and features small in-store art exhibits and concerts, complete with a DJ.

    Eating in Amsterdam

    From savory to sweet delicacies, Amsterdam offers a variety of mouthwatering culinary options to the hungry traveler. There are endless opportunities for indulging in both ubiquitous Dutch delights and multicultural cuisines. The Dutch have a fascinating culinary culture. As you travel through Amsterdam, expect to find traditional Dutch food alongside different cuisines such as Japan's sushi or Spain's paella. As you explore Amsterdam city, take your taste buds on a gastronomical tour. To truly embrace the local cuisine, nothing beats a traditional Dutch restaurant where visitors can indulge in conventional Dutch food such as Krokets, Rijsttafel, Bitterballen, and Oliebollon. A beloved local delicacy in Amsterdam is the 'Hollandse Nieuwe' (New Dutch herring). This delicacy features raw herring served with raw gherkins and chopped onions. Whether you are a die-hard vegan, a meat-loving foodie or a vegetarian, Amsterdam restaurants will cater to your needs. Meat lovers can look forward to Persian chicken and the Dutch grilled meats served in modern restaurants. If you fancy vegan pastry, be sure to enjoy muffins or coconut macaroons in any Thai, Italian, or Indian restaurants strewn across the city.

    Best Time to Visit Amsterdam

    With its huge system of canals and waterways, world-famous museums, historical sights, and friendly people, exploring Amsterdam at any time of the year is wonderful. The ideal time for visiting Amsterdam, however, is in the more pleasant months of July, August, and September. During these months, the weather is mild and not too warm to roam around the city, drenched in sweat. It is a perfect time for sightseeing and touring around the city. This is also the season when the city opens itself up to travelers in greater numbers as the parks, beaches, and restaurants are filled with relaxing vacationers. It's an excellent time for long bike rides, and the festival season is in full gear. Here you will enjoy an endless parade of festivals and delightful concerts on canal stages. Spring is also a popular time to visit Amsterdam, mainly because the city becomes a veritable blanket of tulips. These can be seen in dedicated tulip centers, as well as out in the wild in Amsterdam's lush parks, which can be the ideal place to spend a sunny afternoon. Even during the off season (November to mid-December and mid-January to February), Amsterdam isn't short of things to enjoy.

    Public Transport in Amsterdam

    Amsterdam boasts an extensive public transport network, which is run by the GVB Company. It includes buses, metros, trams, trains and ferries to help you get around the capital. Trams are the ideal means of transport for visitors, since they are relatively cheap and provide an interesting way to tour the city. There are 18 different tram lines, which run daily from 6:00 a.m. until 12:15 a.m., and nearly all of Amsterdam's main attractions and museums have a tram stop right outside. However, you need a public transport chip card or a valid ticket from GVB to be able to travel with the tram. Amsterdam buses are also efficient in reaching the nearby attractions of the city. Night buses are also available and start operating at midnight after the trams have stopped running. Just ensure you have the public transport chip, as you cannot purchase a ticket on the bus with cash. The metro system in Amsterdam can also take you quickly through the city. It has four lines of service, which you can board at either Central station, Amstel station or Sloterdijk station. There are also multiple ferries in the city that provide fast and easy transport to, and from, various points in the city.

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    FAQs
    Is cross-border travel by bus between Paris, France and Amsterdam, Netherlands allowed?

    Travel by bus between Paris, France and Amsterdam, Netherlands is: Fully open.

    Is international entry into Amsterdam from Paris restricted?

    International entry is allowed for: Entry is fully open for citizens and permanent residents of France

    Do I need to quarantine on arrival in Netherlands from Paris?

    Entry Requirements:

    • Travellers issued with the EU Digital COVID Certificate are exempt from quarantine and COVID-19 testing
    • Health declaration required

    What are the safety rules to follow in Amsterdam, Netherlands?

    The government of Netherlands has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:

    • Physical distance required: 1.5 metre (s) (5 feet)
    • Face mask required: Mandatory

    The above information was last checked on 9/22/21. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your bus to Amsterdam from Paris closer to your date of departure here

    Are there restrictions on returning to France from Netherlands by bus?

    The current restriction level for your return trip by bus from Amsterdam to Paris is: Partially open

    Are there any international entry restrictions on returning to France from Netherlands?

    Reentry to France is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Netherlands

    Do I need to quarantine on arrival in France from Amsterdam?

    What are the requirements?

    • Negative COVID-19 test issued at most 1 days before arrival
    • Entry is allowed only for fully vaccinated travellers
    • Travellers with a certificate of vaccination are exempt from providing a negative COVID-19 test
    • Travellers who have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months are exempt from providing a negative COVID-19 test (certificate needed)
    • Exempted International Movement Certificate for travel required

    What are the safety rules to follow in Paris, France?

    The government of France has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:

    • Physical distance: 1 metre (s) (3 feet)
    • Face mask: Mandatory

    Last checked on 9/25/21. We do our best to keep this information up to date, but regulations can change so please double check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations ahead of your bus to Paris from Amsterdam here.

    How much are cheap buses to Amsterdam from Paris?
    Bus tickets between Paris and Amsterdam for some dates and times can be found for as cheap as $21 (€17)  one way in the next 7 days.
    What is the cost of a bus between Paris and Amsterdam?
    If you are looking to buy your bus ticket in the next 7 days, you can expect the Paris to Amsterdam bus to cost on average $31 (€25)  one way.
    How far is Paris to Amsterdam by bus?
    The Paris to Amsterdam bus distance is approximately 267 miles (430 km).
    How long is a bus from Paris to Amsterdam on average?
    On average the Paris to Amsterdam bus travel time is 6 h 50 min  for the 267 miles (430 km) long route, but the duration can vary if you travel on weekends and holidays.
    When traveling by bus from Paris to Amsterdam, which bus station in Paris do I depart from and which bus station in Amsterdam do I arrive in?

    Some of the Paris bus stations to Amsterdam you can start your journey from include Paris, Quai de Bercy (Bercy Seine), Paris, Pl. Du Panthéon and Paris, Paris (Bercy Seine). Similarly, some of the arrival bus stations in Amsterdam include Amsterdam, Sloterdijk, Amsterdam, Sloterdijk and Amsterdam, Centraal.

    When traveling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from Paris Gare de Lyon   and arriving in Amsterdam, Sloterdijk.

    Where is the bus station in Paris to go to Amsterdam? Where is the bus station in Amsterdam located?

    Passengers board the bus most frequently from Paris Gare de Lyon, which is located around 1 mile (s) / 2 km away from the city center, and they get off the bus at Amsterdam, Sloterdijk, located 2 mile (s) / 3 km away from the city center.

    What bus providers go from Paris to Amsterdam?
    If you're looking for buses from Paris to Amsterdam, you can rely on Eurolines France, Flixbus, Ouibus, Eurolines Switzerland, BlaBlaCar Bus, Infobus, Isilines or Alsa to get you to Amsterdam. It's also good to check out all possible bus companies for the Paris to Amsterdam journey to see if there might be differences in the amenities they offer.
    Can I find a direct bus from Paris to Amsterdam?
    Yes, you can find a direct bus from Paris to Amsterdam with Flixbus or BlaBlaCar Bus  on Omio. This is worth paying attention to when you purchase your bus ticket as direct services tend to offer more convenience and help save you time traveling to your destination.
    When can I take the first bus from Paris to Amsterdam? When can I take the last bus for the day?
    You can take the earliest bus from Paris to Amsterdam at 5: 15 AM   or take the last bus from Paris to Amsterdam leaving at 10: 15 PM. Look for the latest Paris to Amsterdam bus schedules on Omio and book the best time to take the bus for this route.
    When should I book the Paris to Amsterdam bus for the best deals on tickets?
    You can find buses from Paris to Amsterdam to cost on average $31 (€25) one way if you book within the next 7 days. But we recommend buying bus tickets in advance to score the best deals and save money on your route. You’ll see tickets for the Paris to Amsterdam bus generally on sale a few months before the planned travel date.
    Stations

    Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

    Paris
    Amsterdam
    Gare Paris Bercy
    Amenities
    WC
    Paris Gallieni Porte Bagnolet
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    Refreshments
    WC

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Where is the train station and what is the best way to get there?
    This station is not located in the city centre but it can be reached by public transport.<br>Metro lines 3