Amsterdam is one of the coolest cities in Europe. Beautiful, hip, and laid back, with lots to do, lots to see, many pubs, food from all over the world and friendly people. A visit to this very beautiful city is sometimes like taking a walk in the 17th century, as the center of Amsterdam has a lot of charming architecture dating from this period.
This is an excellent city to tour on foot or bicycle. However, while Amsterdam may boast a lot of 17th century architecture, that's about all that's old fashioned about the place. Amsterdam is a city like Venice founded on and still today focused around water and waterways. However, unlike Venice, Holland's largest city is no mere museum piece. Amsterdam is a real, living and breathing metropolis.
Eurostar London Amsterdam Train
If you are planning to visit this fantabulous place then the best option to travel is Eurostar train. The Eurostar London Amsterdam train will make your journey more stress free and comfortable from London St Pancras International Station to Brussels and from there you need to catch up yet another Hi Speed Trains such as InterCity Train or Thalys trains Connecting Paris, Cologne, Brussels and Amsterdam. You simply need to hop on the high speed Eurostar Train from London St Pancras International Station to Brussels Midi. The high-speed Eurostar will whisk you to Brussels Midi in a mere 1h 51min. You just need to change platforms at Brussels Midi. It's easy to reach Amsterdam by Eurostar; simply change at Brussels and travel on to Amsterdam with Eurostar partner NMBS/Dutch Railways and Thalys. The whole journey will take 4h 16min.
Eurostar Prices for Eurostar London to Amsterdam Train
Eurostar return fares for Train to Amsterdam from London starts from £89 for standard class.
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