The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
The average ticket from Amsterdam to Berlin will cost around $ 85 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only $ 53.
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5 h 54 m
8 h 19 m
Trains per day
Of the 29 trains that leave Amsterdam for Berlin every day 3 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
These direct trains cover the 577 km distance in an average of 8 h 19 m but if you time it right, some trains will get you there in just 5 h 54 m .
The slowest trains will take 12 h 22 m and usually involve a change or two along the way, but you might be able to save a few pennies if you’re on a budget.
|Distance||358 miles (577 km)|
|Average train duration||11 h 1 min|
|Average train ticket price||$48 (€39)|
|Train frequency||10 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 10 direct trains a day|
|Train providers||Deutsche Bahn, Deutsche Bahn with connection or FlixTrain|
Trains from Amsterdam to Berlin cover the 358 miles (577 km) long journey taking on average 11 h 1 min with our travel partners like Deutsche Bahn, Deutsche Bahn with connection or FlixTrain. Normally, there are 10 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this trip for as low as $47 (€38), but the average price of train tickets is $48 (€39). Travelers depart most frequently from Amsterdam Centraal and arrive in Berlin Hbf.
For as little as $47 (€38) you can travel by train from Amsterdam to Berlin with Deutsche Bahn. Omio will show you the best deals, schedules and tickets available for this route.
Deutsche Bahn (DB) is Germany’s main provider of train services and makes on average about 40, 000 domestic and international journeys per day. Deutsche Bahn’s fleet of trains includes the high-speed ICE (Intercity Express) as well as the IC (Intercity), EC (Eurocity), IRE (Interregio-Express), RE (Regional Express) and RB (Regionalbahn), which differ in terms of comfort and the time needed to travel. For example, while toilets are standard amenities, services like onboard restaurants or free WiFi are only available on certain train types and routes. Deutsche Bahn is well-known for its wide range of fares like Super Saver, Saver, and Flexible and discount cards like the Bahncard 25, 50 and 100, which you can also use for your Amsterdam to Berlin train.
Amsterdam to Berlin train information with Deutsche Bahn:
Deutsche Bahn's current ticket policies due to COVID-19 for your train from Amsterdam to Berlin are the following:
Trains in Europe are of the most popular ways to explore the continent. 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 longer journey time.
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.
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.
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.
Travel between Amsterdam, Netherlands and Berlin, Germany by train is: Partially open.
International entry status: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Netherlands
Conditions of entry:
When traveling in Germany, you must follow these COVID-19 safety rules:
The information above was last checked on 9/25/21. This can change before your date of travel so please review the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your train from Amsterdam to Berlin before traveling.
Return travel from Germany to Netherlands is: Fully open.
Entry into Netherlands is allowed for: Entry is fully open for citizens and permanent residents of Germany
Requirements for reentering:
The government of Netherlands has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last checked on 9/22/21. Please check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations closer to the travel date of your train to Amsterdam from Berlin.
There are a few train stations in Amsterdam to start your trip from including Amsterdam Centraal and Amsterdam Sloterdijk. In Berlin you have a few train station options to choose from for your arrival including Berlin Hbf, Berlin Spandau and Berlin Südkreuz.
Omio customers traveling this route depart most frequently from Amsterdam Centraal and arrive in Berlin Hbf.
Passengers board their train most frequently from Amsterdam Centraal and travel around 0 mile (s) / 0 km from the city center to this train station.
Passengers traveling this route most often arrive at Berlin Hbf and need to travel approximately 1 mile (s) / 2 km from the train station to the city center in Berlin.
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