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London to Amsterdam by train

Journey time From 4h 40m
Price From €57
Distance 220 miles (355 km)
Frequency 3 trains per day
First train 09:01

Does the train from London to Amsterdam go underwater?

Yes. Trains from London to Amsterdam do go underwater. In fact, the Channel Tunnel (or “Chunnel” if you prefer its nickname) is just over 31 miles (50 km) in length and is the longest continuous underwater tunnel in the world.

How long does the Eurostar take from London to Amsterdam?

London to Amsterdam by Train in 3hrs 52mins | Eurostar.

Is there a high speed train from London to Amsterdam?

Eurostar is a high-speed train connecting Great Britain to Continental Europe. The Eurostar travels via the Channel Tunnel, and brings you from London to Paris, Brussels or Amsterdam in just a few hours.

What language is spoken in Amsterdam?

The official language of the Netherlands is Dutch. The majority of Amsterdam’s residents speak English well and are often fluent in one or two languages on top of that. You can usually get by effortlessly in Amsterdam without a knowing word of Dutch.

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Is Amsterdam an expensive city?

Amsterdam is one of the 10 most expensive places to live in Europe. So yes, Amsterdam is definitely not cheap to live in. Especially ‘binnen de ring’ (in the most central neighbourhoods) prices could be double or triple compared with places in for example Friesland or Limburg.

Is Eurostar scary?

Re: How ‘scary’ is Eurostar? It’s fairly dark, but there are some lights, it’s just the same as if it’s night time, and it’s all over really fast (20 minutes max in the tunnel?). When you enter the tunnel you don’t even see the sea so it’s just as if you’re going through a mountain.

How far underwater is the Eurotunnel?

The Channel Tunnel is the longest undersea tunnel in the world: its section under the sea is 38km long. It is actually composed of three tunnels, each 50km long, bored at an average 40m below the sea bed. They link Folkestone (Kent) to Coquelles (Pas-de-Calais).

Does the Eurotunnel go to Amsterdam?

Start your drive to Amsterdam with Eurotunnel Le Shuttle

We can take you from Folkestone to Calais in just 35 minutes, and our tips and guides make a great starting point.

Can u drive from London to Amsterdam?

Without any major delays or unexpected events, this route will take you from London to Amsterdam in 5 hours and 55 minutes. The distance from London to Amsterdam is 330 miles The estimated fuel cost for this journey is £52.77 (excluding Eurotunnel fees).

Is Eurostar cheaper than flying?

Eurostar tickets are generally more expensive than some low cost flights, however, depending on where you live, if you break it down and weigh-up all the extra costs involved when flying, that higher headline Eurostar ticket price will likely work out to be cheaper than what you end up paying in total if you opt for a …

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Do UK citizens need a visa for Netherlands?

If you hold a British Citizen passport, you don’t need a visa to enter the Netherlands. You will be able to travel to countries in the Schengen area for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa.

Can you drive through the Chunnel?

Can I drive my car through the Channel Tunnel? It is not possible to drive a car or motorcycle through the Channel Tunnel. Instead, motorists must drive onto the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle train, which boards at the Channel Tunnel terminals in Folkestone and Calais.

Where does the Eurotunnel go from?

The Channel Tunnel runs between Calais in northern France and Folkestone in south Kent. Vehicle traffic for Le Shuttle gets on in Calais and gets off in Folkestone. Calais is about three hour’s drive from Paris and Folkestone is about an hour and a half’s drive from London.

How many days do you need in Amsterdam?

How long is the average trip to Amsterdam? Typically, 3 to 4 days is quite enough to enjoy the beauty of the “city of canals.” You’ll even get some extra time to take a half-day tour, to see the beautiful tulips at the Keukenhof Gardens.