Train Amsterdam → BrugesFrom € 36
- Departure station : Amsterdam cs (Stationsplein 15 1012 AB Amsterdam)
- Arrival station : Brugge (Stationsplein 4 8000 Brugge)
Main stations in Amsterdam and Bruges
Amsterdam Centraal Train Station
Address: Stationsplein 15 1012 AB AmsterdamOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 9am to 10pm
Saturday: 9am to 10pm
Sunday: 9am to 12am Trains operating in and from this station:
International trains (Eurostar, Thalys, ICE), High speed trains, Intercity, CityNightLine, Regional trains
Rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Police station, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Bruges Train Station
Address: Stationsplein 4 8000 BruggeOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 11pm
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 11pm
Trains operating in and from this station:
Intercity trains, Regional trains
Tourist Information Point, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Public telephones.
Travel inspiration in Amsterdam and Bruges
Amsterdam, capital city of the Netherlands
Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands, is located in the province of North Holland. The city got its name from a dam in the river Amstel and was a small fishing village at its creation. Nowadays Amsterdam is a busy seaport and one of the top European financial centres as well as a major cultural hub. The canals, world-famous museums and historical sights makes Amsterdam one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in Europe. It has all the advantages of a big city: culture, nightlife, restaurants with international cuisine, good transport system. However, the city has also a quiet and relaxed atmosphere largely thanks to its extensive canals, low road traffic, small green parks and flower fields. In Amsterdam, places of interest are never far away, get a bike or hop on a tram for an authentic local experience. Amsterdam can be reached easily by train from other European capitals - Paris, London or Brussels.
Fall for flanders and all its medieval beauty
No trip to Brussels would be complete without taking the one-hour journey west to Bruges. You can catch the train either at the Brussels Nord, Central or Midi stations. No reservation needed (or taken) and trains leave about every half hour. When you get off the train in you only need to walk a short distance, crossing over a canal by bridge to discover what some have called the "Venice of the North."
Standing over the bridge you’ll see a series of canals, grass parkways with a blanket of wildflowers, white buildings with orange rooftops and benedictine nuns parading in old-fashioned habits. This is a great walking town, but if you’re looking for romance or charm (easily found in Bruges), hop in a horse-drawn carriage or take a canal boat tour.