Clock Tower in Amsterdam

Traveling by train from Amsterdam to The Hague (Den Haag in Dutch) is a great way to get between two of the most important cities in Holland when you are visiting The Netherlands.

Trains on this route run regularly from the Amsterdam Centraal train station to the Den Haag Centraal train station. They are operated by the national rail company in Holland, which is called Dutch Railways.

Trains from Amsterdam to The Hague depart up to six times an hour at peak times. Services run from the early morning until the evening, so you can travel whenever is convenient for your schedule.

There are both direct trains and services that require connections on this route. Most connections take place at stations like Leiden Centraal and Hoofddorp.

The total travel time between these two cities is 50 minutes to 1 hour, depending on which train you take. Direct services are not always faster than those with connections.

The cost of a one-way ticket for a train from Amsterdam to The Hague is 18.00 euros for first class and 10.60 euros for second class. You can buy train tickets online in advance or at the station prior to departure.