The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid travelling at rush hour.
The average ticket from The Hague to Amsterdam will cost around $ 16 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only $ 15.
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Of the 218 train that leave The Hague for Amsterdam every day 97 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
These direct train cover the 52 km distance in an average of 56 m but if you time it right, some train will get you there in just 40 m .
The slowest train will take 1 h 19 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.
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|Train Companies:||NS, NS International | IC|
Train travel between the administrative center of the Netherlands and the nation's largest city is fast and easy with very frequent daily connections between The Hague and Amsterdam. The 24-hour service operates from three stations in The Hague, taking around 50 minutes to reach Amsterdam Centraal. At peak times, there are connections every 15 minutes, meaning passengers never have to wait too long for the next service to Amsterdam.
The Dutch national rail operator Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) operates all the direct trains from The Hague to Amsterdam. Some of the services on this line are NS International trains. Trains depart from three stations in The Hague: Hollands Spoor, Moerwijk and Laan van NOI.
The fastest NS direct train from The Hague to Amsterdam takes 46 minutes to cover the 38-mile journey northeast. Depending on the time and route, other connections from The Hague take from two to 15 minutes longer to reach Amsterdam.
The NS schedule for trains from The Hague to Amsterdam is a 24-hour timetable, seven days a week. During the early hours of the morning, there are roughly hourly services from The Hague but at peak times there are up to six trains an hour, with a choice of departure stations.
Departure train station: The Hague's main intercity and high-speed rail station, Hollands Spoor, is located on the south-east side of the city center. The smaller Moerwijk station is situated on the south side of the city, and Laan van NOI is just east of the center. All stations have local bus or tram links, coffee shops, news vendors, grocery stores, and taxi stands,
Arrival train station: One of Europe's major rail hubs, Amsterdam Centraal station is located on the northern side of the city center, with connections on city ferry lines from the adjacent waterfront station, and on many of the city's tram routes, which stop at the terminus by the main entrance. Facilities at the station include a food supermarket, cycle rental store, baggage storage facilities, coffee bars, and fast food outlets.