Direct Eurostar connection to London

From October 26, a super-fast, direct Eurostar will run from Amsterdam and Rotterdam to London St Pancras International. No more need to change trains in Brussels. Boarding at Amsterdam Central Station? Then Eurostar will take you to London in 4 hours. Do you want to leave from Rotterdam? In that case, your journey will take 3.5 hours. With Eurostar, you will not only travel quickly, but also comfortably. And great value for money: a 2nd class one-way ticket from Amsterdam Central Station is available from € 46.

  • Check-in

    Check-in in Amsterdam

    Your journey will soon start at the Eurostar Departures Terminal in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. These terminals close 30 minutes before Eurostar departs. Your ticket, luggage and passport will be checked. After that, your journey can begin!

    Watch this video explaining how the direct connection works.

Travelling these days is different than usual. We do everything we can to make it as pleasant as possible for you. For example, we pay extra attention to hygiene in the trains. Passenger areas, balconies and toilets are additionally disinfected. We also offer extra flexible conditions for changing your train ticket. For Eurostar, you can change your ticket free of charge up to 14 days before departure.

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