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Train Information from Amsterdam, NY to Berlin

distanceDistance117 miles (188 km)
changesDirect trainYes

Trains from Amsterdam, NY to Berlin cover the 117 miles (188 km) long trip with our travel partners like. There are direct train services available.

Trains from Amsterdam, NY, to Berlin, CT

Trains from Amsterdam to Berlin take passengers through the heart of the Northeast, from the wilds of upstate New York to the forested beauty of southern and central Connecticut, with a brief stopover perfect for sightseeing in one of the most famous cities in the world - New York City. Clocking in at just under nine hours, this train journey runs once a day, with two transfers, making each leg of the trip short enough to be manageable for any traveler. Omio has all the details necessary to book train services from Amsterdam to Berlin in the US.

Which train companies travel from Amsterdam, NY, to Berlin, CT?

Currently, Amtrak is the only company offering a route by train from Amsterdam to Berlin. With a rail network that spans the entirety of the US, Amtrak offers some of the most comprehensive route options in the nation. On the Amsterdam to Berlin route, passengers are allowed up to two personal bags of up to 25 lbs. (12 kg) and up to two carry-on bags of up to 50 lbs. (23 kg) each. WiFi is available on all train routes, and a café service is offered on the first two longer legs of the trip. There is no checked baggage available for this route, and any bags over the weight limit must be repacked.

How long is the train ride from Amsterdam, NY, to Berlin, CT?

Booking the trip by train from Amsterdam to Berlin all together on Amtrak clocks in at a total travel time of 8 hours and 58 minutes, with two transfers. Leaving Amsterdam, NY, passengers will reach the site of their first transfer at Penn Station in New York City in just 3 hours and 48 minutes, with a stopover there lasting for 2 hours and 45 minutes. From Penn Station, passengers will halve travel time to Union Station in New Haven, CT, arriving in 1 hour and 42 minutes. This second transfer at Union Station is significantly shorter than the previous one, lasting only 13 minutes. From there, the third and final leg of the journey to Berlin, CT, will take only 30 minutes. It is important to note that on Saturdays there is a minor schedule difference on the second leg of the journey. The train from Penn Station to Union Station leaves half an hour earlier than usual, meaning the stopover time in NYC is 2 hours and 15 minutes.

How many trains are there from Amsterdam, NY, to Berlin, CT?

Trains from Amsterdam to Berlin are somewhat limited. Passengers who wish to make one booking all together for a train from Amsterdam to Berlin have one option - the 8:57 a.m. train from Amsterdam Station, arriving at Berlin Station at 5:55 p.m. (or 5:32 p.m. for Saturday services). The train from Amsterdam, NY, arrives at Penn Station at 12:45 p.m.; those who wish to extend their stay in New York City and book separate tickets have six options leaving Penn Station to Berlin, CT, starting from 2:00 p.m. The last train from NYC to Berlin leaves at 8:57 p.m., and it is a direct route with no transfers necessary. Schedules vary slightly on Saturdays, but the first and last trains available from NYC to Berlin remain the same.

What are the departure and arrival stations for trains from Amsterdam, NY, to Berlin, CT?

Departure station: Amsterdam Station, located at 466 West Main Street, is just under 2 miles (3 kilometers) from the center of the city, or roughly five minutes driving alongside the beautiful Mohawk River. There is no public transportation in Amsterdam, but taxis and rideshares are available. The air-conditioned station has a cozy capacity for up to 15 passengers, with wheelchair-accessible platforms and restrooms, as well as a wheelchair lift. The station is unstaffed, so tickets must be booked online ahead of time.

Arrival station: Berlin Station is located in the heart of the Kensington suburb of Berlin, at 51 Depot Rd, less than five minutes from the main road. There is no public restroom or WiFi in the station, so it is advisable to use those facilities on the train before arrival, though there are several cafes and bars in short walking distance from the station. A wheelchair lift and accessible platform are both available. Passengers requiring assistance with their baggage can get help from ticket agents during station hours. Due to frequent inclement weather, the station offers an automatic snow melting system, an overhead pedestrian bridge with elevator access, and walkways with canopies. Commuters will find a large parking area, and the more eco-conscious passengers have access to electric vehicle charging stations and bicycle racks. As with Amsterdam Station, there is no ticket sales office on the premises, so any further trips must be booked online.

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What is the distance to Berlin from Amsterdam, NY by train?
You should expect to travel around 117 miles (188 km)  from Amsterdam, NY to Berlin by train.