|Avg. Train Duration:|
8 hours 27 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||$46|
|Trains depart from:||Amsterdam|
|Trains arrive in:||Stuttgart|
|Train Companies:||Deutsche Bahn with connection, Deutsche Bahn|
For travelers who prefer to take the train rather than fly, daily rail connections from Amsterdam to Stuttgart offer a convenient alternative for a business or leisure trip to the German city. Although there are no direct trains on this route, departures from Amsterdam use high-speed rail services and require just one change in transit, with journey times of around five hours and 30 minutes. Daily schedules offer a choice of morning, afternoon or early evening departure times .
The indirect connections between Amsterdam and Stuttgart involve using German national rail company Deutsche Bahn ICE high-speed trains, with one change at Mannheim, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt or Cologne Messe/Deutz station for onward connections to Stuttgart .
Most of the Deutsche Bahn ICE high-speed connections take five hours and 30 minutes to cover the 360-mile route east from Amsterdam Centraal to Stuttgart. The early evening weekday service via Frankfurt takes six hours and 24 minutes to reach Stuttgart, with an arrival time of around 1:00 a.m.
From Sunday-Friday, Deutsche Bahn schedules offer seven daily indirect services to Stuttgart from Amsterdam, with one change en route. On Saturdays, there are six connections. Departure times include three morning trains, three afternoon services and an early evening connection from Amsterdam Centraal .
Departure train station: Amsterdam Centraal, the city's main rail terminus is located in the heart of Amsterdam. Most of the city's tram routes stop immediately outside, and local ferries and Metro trains provide additional public transport connections across the city. Facilities on the station concourse include international restaurants and fast food diners, ATMs, book stores, left luggage lockers, and free WiFi.
Arrival train station: All passengers will alight at Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof. Stuttgart's main rail hub is located in the center of the city, with public transport connections across the region available on S-Bahn and U-Bahn rail lines. The station concourse has a shopping arcade, food supermarket, several fast-food outlets, shower-rooms, left luggage lockers and facilities for renting cars and bicycles.