- Direct connection to Berlin
- 7 times a day
- Possibility of reserving a seat
- Special bicycle carriage
Intercity Berlin scheduleIn 6 hours and 20 minutes you can travel from Amsterdam to Berlin, one of the hippest cities in Europe. Intercity Berlin is not just fast but is equipped with all the necessary features to make your trip comfortable.
ConnectionsIntercity Berlin runs directly from Amsterdam Central Station to Berlin 7 times a day.
The up-to-date schedule can be found in the itinerary planner
- Amsterdam Centraal
- Bad Bentheim
- Osnabrück Hbf
- Bad Oeynhausen
- Hannover Hbf
- Berlijn Spandau
- Berlijn Hbf
- Berlijn Südkreuz
At certain times of the day extra stops will be made at additional stations. For a complete overview of the train stations go to the itinerary planner.
Intercity Berlin PricesWith Intercity Berlin you can travel from € 39 to Berlin. The sooner you book the cheaper your ticket. You can book up to 92 days in advance.
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Class Supersparpreis Europa Sparpreis Europa Flexpreis Europa One-way trip 2nd class € 38 € 42 € 124 One-way trip 1st class € 57 € 61 € 205
Book in advance and save money!
- Book as early as possibly to have the most chance of getting the cheapest tickets.
- Travelling in the evening is often cheaper.
- For a weekend getaway, travel Sat-Sun-Mon instead of Fri-Sat-Sun.
- Book online to avoid booking fee.
Intercity Berlin ticketsIntercity Berlin offers different tarif types for your journey. Choose from Flexpreis, Sparpreis or Sparpreis Europa tarif. Every tarif type has different conditions.
Supersparpreis Europa Sparpreis Europa Flexpreis Europa Possible to rebook Until 1st day of valid for a fee of € 19 Cancellation prior to departure Until 1st day of valid for a fee of € 19 Cancellation after departure From 1st day of valid for a fee of € 19 +City * Presale period 180 days 180 days 180 days Availability of tickets sufficient sufficient unlimited In combination with Dutch reduction card In combination with Railplus In combination with BahnCard Bahncard 25
Bahncard100* Travel to/from the station with local public transport for a significant number of German destinations
Seat reservationIt is not mandatory to reserve a seat with Intercity Berlin. However we do advise you to do so. You will receive a confirmation of your seat reservation stating the carriage number and seat number.
Seat reservation 1st class
When booking a first class ticket, the seat reservation costs are included in the price of your ticket. The seat reservation is not done automatically. After booking you will have to reserve a seat.
Intercity Berlin classesIntercity Berlin offers lots of comfort and has air conditioning for all classes. Do you want more luxury? Then you should travel 1st class.
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- Seat reservation included in your ticket*
- Wide seats
- Reading light at your seat
- Two electrical outlets at the window seats (side corridor/carriage 12)
- In a few Intercity trains there is catering at your seat
- Access to the NS International and DB Lounges (with exception of Supersparpreis rate (Europe) and the Sparpreis Europe rate)
Free access to the loungesA first class ticket gives access to the NS International Lounges. The lounges at the station have comfortable work areas. You also have access to wireless Internet, modern meeting rooms (for a fee) and there is a self-service bar with free drinks (with exception of Supersparpreis rate (Europe) and the Sparpreis Europe rate).
On board Intercity Berlin
Locating your carriageWhen travelling with a long-distance train, you will find large displays on the platforms which indicate with A to E where the individual carriages are located. The platforms are also divided from A to E.
Travel informationLeaflets are distributed on board the Intercity Berlin: 'Ihr Reiseplan'. In these leaflets, you can read which stops Intercity Berlin will make, departure and arrival times for each station, but also information about connecting trains and the services offered on board. In addition, it is important to listen to the broadcast messages. Just before arriving at the next station, they will announce which connecting trains are available.
LuggageHave a look at the different conditions of taking along luggage per train carrier.
Bringing bicycles on boardIt is permitted to bring a bicycle on board an Intercity Berlin train. You will need an international bicycle ticket that cost € 12.00 for a one-way trip. Making a reservation for your bicycle is mandatory. This costs € 4 per one-way trip. Read more about bringing a bicycle on board.
Bringing pets on boardOn board most trains you can bring a pet with you. In certain cases conditions apply. Read more about bringing a pet on board.
CateringOn board you can get a bite to eat and a drink at the Bistro Café. In a few Intercity trains catering is served at your seat in 1st class.
Electrical outletsThere are two electrical outlets at places near the window in 1st class and in 2nd class in each carriage at the table places. At these places you can use or charge your laptop or mobile phone.
Travelling with childrenWhat does it cost to travel with children? Can I bring a stroller on board? May children walk about and play? For a worry-free trip, read all the practical information about travelling with children.
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