Eurostar increases frequency between Amsterdam and London

Eurostar, the high-speed train operator connecting the UK to mainland Europe, is announcing a fourth direct train from Amsterdam and Rotterdam to London. The fourth train will run from 5 September 2022 and will meet the ever-increasing demand from travelers on Eurostar’s popular route between the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Tickets are on sale already from 44 euros for a single journey.

The increased frequency offers travelers more options, making it even easier for them to opt for the environmental benefits of high-speed trains over the plane. A Eurostar trip emits up to 93% less CO2 than a plane trip. The carbon footprint of 1 flight is equal to 13 Eurostar journeys.

Els Buzzi, Head of Amsterdam Route Eurostar, said: “The ever-growing demand for high-speed trains between the Netherlands and the United Kingdom shows that both business and leisure travelers appreciate the convenience and comfort of Eurostar travel. Traveling with Eurostar means traveling directly from the city center to city ​​center travel and as one of the most sustainable ways to cross the Channel, we are delighted to add a fourth train between Amsterdam and London to our schedule.This increase in capacity gives our customers even more choice and flexibility in planning their trip.”

The fourth direct train departs from Amsterdam Central at 07:47 and from Rotterdam at 08:28. After just over 4 hours from Amsterdam and only 3.5 hours from Rotterdam, passengers arrive in the heart of London. Fares start from 44 euros for a one-way ticket in Standard*.
Timetable from September 5, 2022
Amsterdam and Rotterdam to London

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Tijn Kramer