Trains from Amsterdam to Frankfurt are a great way to travel from The Netherlands to Germany when you are visiting Europe.
Rail services depart from Amsterdam Centraal station. They arrive at the Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (main train station). Trains are operated by Dutch Railways and Deutsche Bahn.
Trains leave up to three times an hour during the morning, daytime, and night. A few daily trains from Amsterdam to Frankfurt are direct, but most trains require one or more changes in cities like Cologne, Hannover, and/or Brussels.
The travel time between these cities rages from 3 hours and 45 minutes on direct services to 10 hours and 30 minutes on services that require a connection. Overnight trains are the slowest on this route.
Ticket fares for trains from Amsterdam to Frankfurt depend on the time, date, and carrier. Second class adult ticket prices start 49 euros one-way, and first class tickets start at 69 euros one-way. These fares are only available if you buy train tickets online ahead of traveling.
Ferries from Amsterdam to Newcastle are a great way to travel from The Netherlands to the UK when you are visiting Europe.
Ferries on this route are run by DFDS Seaways. The company offers seven crossings a week from Amsterdam (IJmuiden), and they operate the only direct service between these cities.
Departures on ferries from Amsterdam to Newcastle take place once a day. The ship leaves at 17:30 and is an overnight service. It arrives in the UK at 9:00 the following day.
The total travel time on this crossing is 16 hours and 30 minutes. Due to the length and the fact that the journey is an overnight one, most people get a cabin so they can sleep on the way.
The cost of a single ticket for ferries from Newcastle to Amsterdam starts at 72 euros for two people with a small car. You can get this rate if you buy ferry tickets online well ahead of time. There are special offers and deals throughout the year, so check online before you book.