Train Paris Amsterdam

Get your train ticket from Paris to Amsterdam on and explore the Venice of the North in the west of the Netherlands. From the Canal Belt to the Van Gogh Museum, there's plenty to see in this free-spirited capital.

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Paris - Amsterdam : Travel by train

Why travel between Paris and Amsterdam?

How much does a train ticket from Paris to Amsterdam cost?

A standard class train ticket from Paris to Amsterdam is available from 71.50 pounds. Book a non-exchangeable and non-refundable ticket in advance for a lower price. Small pets and children aged three and under travel free.

What's the journey time and the first departure times?

The first departure from Paris from Monday to Friday is at 6:25am, arriving at 9:42am. On Saturdays it's at 7:25am, arriving at 10:42am, and on Sundays it's 8:25am, arriving at 11:42am. The shortest journey time is 3h17. We recommend you be on the platform at least 2 minutes before departure.

Who are the main train operators and what services are there on board?

Thalys is the main operator along this route and provides luggage racks, specific areas for wheelchairs, baby changing rooms and a snack bar. No-flex, semi-flex and flex fares are available with varying flexibility for amending your ticket.

Which are the departure and arrival stations?

The train from Paris to Amsterdam departs from Paris Gare du Nord station in the city centre, connected by metro lines 4 and 5 or RER lines B, D and E. Trains arrive at Amsterdam Centraal, within walking distance of the city centre.

Can you travel direct from Paris to Amsterdam?

Yes, you can take a direct train from Paris to Amsterdam. Indirect tickets are not available for this journey unless you purchase separate tickets via another location.