With a single train ticket, you can travel through the Netherlands with ease.
Are you on a tight schedule for your next trip to the Netherlands? Then take the short train from Amsterdam to Rotterdam. If you want to see two of the country’s biggest cities with minimal fuss, then pre-ordering a train ticket is the way to go. Available for travel from any Amsterdam station, you’re likewise able to arrive at your station of choice in Rotterdam. Simply order your ticket online, and you’re ready to travel from Amsterdam to Rotterdam by train.
With a pre-ordered train ticket from Amsterdam to Rotterdam, you can bid goodbye to ticket machine queues. Instead, arrive at any train station in Amsterdam and breeze through the ticketing gates. Simply follow the signs and board your train, and then sit back and enjoy your journey. Available for one-way travel in second class, pre-purchasing a train ticket is the easiest way to get from Amsterdam to Rotterdam.
Once you’ve caught the 45-minute train from Amsterdam to Rotterdam, the port city awaits. Start with a freshly brewed cup of coffee from nearby Caffe Booon, and wander through the streets to the infamous Erasmus Bridge. Take in the sight of the Port of Rotterdam, the largest shipping port in Europe (and sixth busiest in the world). For even better views, consider a more vertical kind of journey – that up the Euromast. The Euromast tower is an observation deck, offering breathtaking 360-degree views across the city. Choose from any number of museums and art galleries, like the Kunsthal or the Maritime Museum, before grabbing a bite to eat at the much-loved Markthal. Don’t forget to walk by the old harbor – which just so happens to be behind Rotterdam Blaak station, which is accessible on the Amsterdam to Rotterdam train line.
Valid from all major stations, a pre-paid ticket for the train from Amsterdam to Rotterdam is the easiest way to travel. A single Amsterdam to Rotterdam train ticket is € 15.20, and the journey is a mere 45 minutes station to station. Make your way between two of the Netherlands’ biggest cities with the train from Amsterdam to Rotterdam.