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Traveling from Hamburg to Amsterdam will take passengers on a trip of some 465 kilometers. By plane it will take roughly 1 hour of flight time. Direct bus trips last a duration of 6 to 8 hours, while a train journey will take approximately 5 hours.
Return trips from Amsterdam to Hamburg are also available.
Buses from Hamburg to Amsterdam are offered by Flixbus, Eurolines and Postbus and depart from the main Hbf bus station in Hamburg. The earliest bus available sets out at 1:15 a.m and is a direct service lasting 6 hours. The last service departs at exactly 10 p.m. Most services are direct but some may require a change in Duivendrecht station in Amsterdam. Buses depart regularly throughout the day, usually at 3 hour intervals.
Trains from Hamburg to Amsterdam are provided exclusively by Deutsche Bahn. The train service runs from 5:45 a.m. and finishes at 11 p.m. Trains leave regularly throughout the daytime; however, there are fewer services during the early morning hours. All services employ at least one change to get passenger to their destination. The main transfer location is Osnabruck Hbf.