Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam train

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Cheap train tickets from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam

Showing times and prices for Apr 13

Cheapest

The best way to find a cheap train ticket from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid traveling at rush hour.

Cheapest
Deutsche Bahn
11:42AM5h47
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
05:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1021One-way
1 transfer
Deutsche Bahn with connection
08:00AM6h38
Frankfurt am Main Flughafen
02:38PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1071One-way
4 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
09:42AM5h47
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
03:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1131One-way
1 transfer
Deutsche Bahn
08:07AM5h15
Frankfurt Airport long-distance station
01:22PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1251One-way
4 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
11:42AM5h40
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
05:22PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1361One-way
5 transfers

Train schedule from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam

Showing trains for tomorrow, Saturday, April 13
Deutsche Bahn
07:58AM5h31
Frankfurt Airport long-distance station
01:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
1 transfer
Deutsche Bahn with connection
08:00AM6h38
Frankfurt am Main Flughafen
02:38PMAmsterdam Centraal
4 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
08:07AM5h15
Frankfurt Airport long-distance station
01:22PMAmsterdam Centraal
4 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
09:26AM4h03
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
01:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
0 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
09:42AM3h47
Frankfurt Airport long-distance station
01:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
0 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
09:42AM5h47
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
03:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
1 transfer
Deutsche Bahn
09:42AM5h40
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
03:22PMAmsterdam Centraal
5 transfers
Deutsche Bahn with connection
09:53AM4h45
Frankfurt Airport long-distance station
02:38PMAmsterdam Centraal
2 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
11:26AM4h03
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
03:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
0 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
11:42AM5h40
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
05:22PMAmsterdam Centraal
5 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
11:42AM5h47
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
05:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
1 transfer

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Fastest train times from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam

Showing times and prices for Apr 13

Fastest Journey

3 h 47 m

Average

5 h 10 m

Trains per day

11

Distance

364 km

Of the 11 trains that leave Frankfurt am Main for Amsterdam every day 3 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
Deutsche Bahn
09:42AM3h47
Frankfurt Airport long-distance station
01:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1681One-way
0 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
09:26AM4h03
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
01:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1701One-way
0 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
11:26AM4h03
Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
03:29PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1361One-way
0 transfers
Deutsche Bahn with connection
09:53AM4h45
Frankfurt Airport long-distance station
02:38PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1361One-way
2 transfers
Deutsche Bahn
08:07AM5h15
Frankfurt Airport long-distance station
01:22PMAmsterdam Centraal
$1251One-way
4 transfers

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The train journey from Frankfurt to Amsterdam was by and large satisfactory. It was necessary to change trains once in Cologne, which delayed the journey somewhat. However, this is all that was negative. Otherwise, it can be said that the trains were in good and well-maintained condition. In addition, the seats were extremely comfortable and offered sufficient legroom. Both trains had wifi and a bistro.
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I particularly liked this train connection because it went smoothly, from the online reservation to my destination. I booked my ticket, which was very quick and smooth. The train arrived a little late, but that wasn't too bad. The train was very comfortable, quiet and clean. The train also had a snack and coffee machine. The staff were very polite and helpful. The toilet was neatly designed and looked very hygienic to me. This train also had a wifi connection and a power socket, which I found very positive, as you quickly get bored on this long journey and use up your smartphone battery. I reached my destination quickly and on time, so I recommend it.
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I travelled by train from Frankfurt to Amsterdam because I prefer the connection by train, as there are few parking spaces on site and, above all, parking spaces that are far too overpriced. I have already heard from several friends that cars have been scratched and windows smashed there, so first the reason why I went by train. The train arrived on time, the passengers were nice, quiet and pleasant, the train made a great impression, it was very clean and well maintained, whether it was the aisle or seating areas, as well as the sanitary facilities. I was impressed myself and can't really say anything negative.
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I usually try to avoid DB, but this time I had no choice and had to take this train connection. I have to say, I worried unnecessarily. The train arrived on time, was very clean and everything was very pleasant. I don't know that from Deutsche Bahn, so I was very positively surprised. The seats were really comfortable and you had a lot of free space, plus the seats were adjustable and very well maintained. The DB staff were able to answer all my questions. The floor as well as the walls and window panes had apparently been freshly cleaned. The toilet was very clean and even had a window for ventilation. I can really recommend this train service to everyone, as I really enjoyed it
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For a weekend trip, we have often used the train connection from Frankfurt to Amsterdam. It takes about two and a half hours and you are directly in the centre of Amsterdam. The ICE runs regularly and so far I've always been lucky that it was on time. The trains are very well maintained and clean. You can also get food and drink for the journey from the bistro. The price is quite high. Nevertheless, you can travel carefree and with peace of mind.
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The journey from Frankfurt to Amsterdam was with IC 2226 and ICE 156. The journey went through Cologne, where I had to wait a while for the connecting train. This was a bit of a nuisance. Overall, the journey took a little too long, in my opinion. However, it was okay in terms of price. The trains were in very good condition and thanks to seat reservations I was able to sit the whole time. There was access to wifi and the power sockets could also be used. The service on board was not to be complained about.
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I travelled from Frankfurt to Amsterdam and had to change trains in Cologne. Both trains were clean and well-maintained, and I didn't notice anything unusual. The journey took over 6 hours in total, which I think is a bit too long. The service on board was very good, the staff were friendly and courteous. There was wifi and power sockets were also available. In terms of price, the trip was relatively inexpensive, in my opinion.
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Booking this ticket was very understanding and easy. I was able to print my ticket immediately and set off. The train arrived on time, there were enough seats, which were very clean and comfortable. It was relaxed and pleasantly quiet on the train. During the journey you could turn your attention to the scenery. It was clean, there was wifi so you could watch something on YouTube. The toilet met all the guidelines, clean for a train. I can recommend this trip from my side.
Pro
IconVery pleasant trip that I can gladly recommend to others
Contra
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The booking from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam went really smoothly. It's really easy and convenient to book and pay online. At the main station, I was able to orientate myself easily and quickly found the tracks. The train arrived on time, I had also received my reservation and was soon sitting at my seat. The train was really clean, the seats were comfortable, the windows were clean so you could have a wonderful view of the landscape. You meet a lot of different people and therefore the journey is not boring. There was wifi so I could watch my series on Netflix. The train was very spacious and very clean, the toilets as well as the smell in the train were pleasant. The staff were friendly and helpful. The journey was quicker than I expected and I arrived at my destination in Amsterdam on time, I would like to do this journey again.
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I recently travelled from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam. My ICE journey in first class was surprisingly cheap... That totally convinced me! The journey itself was comfortable and the service was good. The hygiene in the ICE was also great! The only thing that didn't work so well was the wifi, which was always down.

Overview: Train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam

distanceDistance226 miles (364 km)
durationAverage train duration4 h 56 min
priceAverage train ticket price$108 (€95)
frequencyTrain frequency2 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there is 1 direct train a day
carriersTrain providersDeutsche Bahn, VIAS Rail GmbH, FlixTrain or ÖBB Nightjet

Trains from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam cover the 226 miles (364 km) long route taking on average 4 h 56 min with our travel partners like Deutsche Bahn, VIAS Rail GmbH, FlixTrain or ÖBB Nightjet. Normally, there are 2 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around $108 (€95), you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as $43 (€38). Travelers depart most frequently from Frankfurt am Main Flughafen and arrive in Amsterdam Centraal.

Train providers: Deutsche Bahn, FlixTrain and VIAS Rail GmbH from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam trains

For as little as $37 (€33) you can travel by train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam with Deutsche Bahn, FlixTrain and VIAS Rail GmbH. Omio will show you the best deals, schedules and tickets available for this trip.

ÖBB Nightjet is an Austrian train company that offers overnight services across Europe. It has a range of train types, including the EuroNight, CityNightLine and Nightjet, which all offer comfortable sleeping compartments and couchettes. The EuroNight is the most luxurious option, with private compartments and a restaurant car. The CityNightLine is a more affordable option, with compartments and couchettes, while the Nightjet is the most basic option, with couchettes and reclining seats. Ticket types include Economy, Comfort and Business, with the latter offering the most luxurious experience. Onboard facilities include Wi-Fi, power sockets, a restaurant car and a bar. The most popular routes for ÖBB Nightjet are from Vienna to Munich, Berlin, Zurich, Amsterdam, Prague and Budapest.

Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam train information with ÖBB Nightjet:

  • Average Duration: 6 h 12 min
  • Cheapest Price: $245
  • ÖBB Nightjet frequency: 1 a day

Deutsche Bahn, Inter City Express (ICE), Intercity (IC), Regional Express (RE), Regionalbahn (RB), FlixTrain classes from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam

Check and compare train options, travel classes, and amenities for trains from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam with Deutsche Bahn, Inter City Express (ICE), Intercity (IC), Regional Express (RE), Regionalbahn (RB), FlixTrain

Inter City Express (ICE)

1st class
  • Wi-Fi (free)
  • Power socket at seat
  • Adjustable seat
  • Extra legroom (at least 89 cm)
  • Solo seats available
  • Face-to-face seats available
  • Folding table
  • 3 seat in a row
  • Seat reservation included
  • No dedicated space for bicycles*
  • Pets allowed
  • Meal service at seat and restaurant
  • No dedicated area for families with children
  • No dedicated space for prams
  • Quiet area/zone
  • 1 piece of hand luggage per person
  • 1 piece of large luggage per person
  • Air conditioning
  • No dedicated accessible seats
  • Partially barrier-free
  • Accessibility assistance service
  • Travel advisories priority lane
  • Access to DB Lounge
  • Access to digital newspaper & magazine

Inter City Express (ICE)

2nd class
  • Wi-Fi (free)
  • Power socket at seat
  • Adjustable seat
  • Extra legroom (at least 80 cm)
  • Solo seats available
  • Face-to-face seats available
  • Folding table
  • 4 seat in a row
  • Seat reservation not included
  • Dedicated space for bicycles
  • Pets allowed
  • Meal service at the restaurant
  • Area for families with children
  • Space for prams
  • Quiet area/zone
  • 1 piece of hand luggage per person
  • 1 piece of large luggage per person
  • Air conditioning
  • Dedicated accessible seats
  • Partially barrier-free
  • Accessibility assistance service
  • No Travel advisories priority lane
  • No access to DB lounge
  • No access to digital newspapers & magazines

Intercity (IC)

1st class
  • Wi-Fi (free)
  • Power socket at seat
  • Seat not adjustable
  • Standard legroom
  • Solo seats available
  • Face-to-face seats available
  • Folding table
  • 3 seat in a row
  • Seat reservation included
  • No dedicated space for bicycles*
  • Pets allowed
  • No buy-on-board food
  • No dedicated area for families with children
  • No dedicated space for prams
  • No quiet area/zone
  • 1 piece of hand luggage per person
  • 1 piece of large luggage per person
  • Air conditioning
  • No dedicated accessible seats
  • Partially barrier-free
  • Accessibility assistance service
  • Travel advisories priority lane
  • Access to DB Lounge
  • Access to digital newspaper & magazine

Intercity (IC)

2nd class
  • Wi-Fi (free)
  • Power socket at seat
  • Seat not adjustable
  • Standard legroom
  • Solo seats available
  • Face-to-face seats available
  • Folding table
  • 4 seat in a row
  • Seat reservation not included
  • Dedicated space for bicycles*
  • Pets allowed
  • No buy-on-board food
  • Area for families with children
  • Space for prams
  • No quiet area/zone
  • 1 piece of hand luggage per person
  • 1 piece of large luggage per person
  • Air conditioning
  • Dedicated accessible seats
  • Partially barrier-free
  • Accessibility assistance service
  • No Travel advisories priority lane
  • No access to DB lounge
  • No access to digital newspapers & magazines

Regional Express (RE)

1st class & 2nd class
  • Wi-Fi (free)
  • Power socket at seat
  • Seat not adjustable
  • Standard legroom
  • Solo seats available
  • Face-to-face seats available
  • Folding table
  • Dedicated space for bicycles
  • Pets allowed
  • No buy-on-board food
  • No dedicated area for families with children
  • No dedicated space for prams
  • No quiet area/zone
  • 1 piece of hand luggage per person
  • 1 piece of large luggage per person
  • Air conditioning
  • No dedicated accessible seats for 1st class
  • Partially barrier-free
  • Accessibility assistance service

Regionalbahn (RB)

1st class & 2nd class
  • No Wi-Fi
  • Power sockets on some trains
  • Seat not adjustable
  • Standard legroom
  • Solo seats available
  • Face-to-face seats available
  • Folding table
  • Dedicated space for bicycles
  • Pets allowed
  • No buy-on-board food
  • No dedicated area for families with children
  • No dedicated space for prams
  • No quiet area/zone
  • 1 piece of hand luggage per person
  • 1 piece of large luggage per person
  • Air conditioning
  • No dedicated accessible seats for 1st class
  • Partially barrier-free
  • Accessibility assistance service

Train tickets from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam: when to book to save $

Time Price Savings
1 week earlier 56 €
2 weeks earlier 44 €27%
3 weeks earlier 43 €30%
1 month before 45 €24%
2 months earlier 40 €40%
3 months earlier 45 €24%


Train companies often offer promotional prices and offers—by buying in advance—you can get access the best prices for trains in the U.S., Canada, and the major European railroad operators. Search on Omio to check prices and cheap train tickets from Frankfurt am Main - Amsterdam. Easily find the most attractive rates and choose the your preferred route for your journey. Book and choose your mobile ticket: avoid the queues at the station and the added stress of printing your ticket.

The rule of buying in advance to save money is not only valid when booking a flight but also for train travel. Train tickets are generally on sale 6 months before the departure date. Some train booking tips from us:

  • Buying your train ticket from Frankfurt am Main - Amsterdam 3 weeks in advance means you can save on average up to 30% compared to the price available on the day of departure.
  • If you book a ticket Frankfurt am Main - Amsterdam with 2 months in advance you save up to about 40% compared to the initial price.
  • By booking 3 months in advance, you could save up to 24%.
  • On Omio you can find all offers, train times and prices for train travel in Europe, the U.S., and Canada.

FAQs: Trains from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam

FAQs: Travel by train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam.
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Cheap train tickets from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam can start from as little as $43 (€38) when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam is $108 (€95); however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
On average the Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam train travel time is 4 h 56 min   for the 226 mile (364 km) long journey, but the duration can vary if you travel on weekends and holidays.
The first train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam leaves at 7: 30 AM. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
The last train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam leaves at 10: 40 PM.
Yes, it is possible to travel from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam without having to change trains with Deutsche Bahn or ÖBB Nightjet. There is 1 direct train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam each day. There may be fewer direct services available on weekends or holidays.
When taking a train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam, you can count on Deutsche Bahn, VIAS Rail GmbH, FlixTrain or ÖBB Nightjet for the best way to get you to Amsterdam. You can also check all possible train providers who offer a service between Frankfurt am Main and Amsterdam and compare the amenities they offer before buying a train ticket.
Yes, you can take a night train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam with ÖBB Nightjet. Find all the info regarding night trains in Europe.  

When departing from Frankfurt am Main, you have various train station options to start your trip from including Frankfurt am Main Flughafen, Frankfurt Stadion station and Frankfurt Messe station. When arriving in Amsterdam, you can end your trip in train stations like Amsterdam Centraal, Amsterdam Sloterdijk and Amsterdam Amstel.

Passengers board the train most frequently from Frankfurt am Main Flughafen, which is located around 9.2 miles (14.8 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Amsterdam Centraal, located 1 mile (1.6 km) away from the city centre.

The cheapest month for a train from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam is July.
It's helpful to compare your options as there are 3 ways to travel from Frankfurt am Main to Amsterdam including taking a train, bus or flight.

Important Stations and Airports in Frankfurt am Main and Amsterdam

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Frankfurt am Main Flughafen is the most popular Frankfurt am Main railway station for Omio travelers, but it's not the only one. Read all the information you need to know about the main train stations in Frankfurt am Main for your trip to Amsterdam.
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