Bus from Amsterdam to Brussels
The cheapest way to get from The Netherlands to Belgium is to take a bus from Amsterdam to Brussels.
A company called Eurolines offers buses between these two cities. They operate a fleet of modern, comfortable coaches with ample luggage storage in the hold.
Buses depart from Amsterdam Amstel station and arrive at Brussels Noord station. From there you can connect to the metro, trams, buses, and taxis to continue your journey.
Buses from Amsterdam to Brussels depart every 30 to 60 minutes at peak times, so you can travel whenever you want to.
The total journey time on this route ranges from 2 hours and 45 minutes to 5 hours and 15 minutes, depending on bus schedules and motorway traffic. Be aware that buses often run late, so if you have a connection to make in Belgium, make sure to leave yourself plenty of extra time.
Tickets for Eurolines buses from Amsterdam to Brussels can cost as little as 7 euros one-way if you make an advance booking. Fares go up the closer you get to your travel date.