London to Amsterdam – Travel by Flight, Ferry Or Eurostar

Traveling from London to Amsterdam or from UK to Netherland comes with vast array of choices. The two major cities of Europe are very well connected to each other by all mediums of transport. Here are the three most common options of traveling on this route.

Option 1 Flying

Flight s are very frequent between these two stations and gives plenty of options to customers to choose from. There are several flights between both the stations daily. The major airlines i.e. British airways and Air France run number of Flights daily on this route. The fares are variable and varies according to the seasons and days of the week. Fares drops down to half in off-season i.e. October, November. Likewise on Saturdays fares are low whereas maximum on Fridays.

Option 2 Travel between two stations by ‘Dutch Flyer’ train and Luxury Ferry.

This option is both economical as well as comfortable. To go by using this option you need to leave London in the evening by train. After that from Harwich to Hoek you will go on a luxurious overnight ferry from where you will again board a train to Amsterdam and will reach Amsterdam in Morning. One ticket will cover your whole journey from London to Amsterdam.

Option 3 Travel from London to Amsterdam by Eurostar

The best option to travel between the two beautiful cities is high-speed Eurostar network. The train is amazingly fast and comfortable. It just takes between 4-5 hours by Eurostar to travel between these two stations. However there is no direct Eurostar between the two stations, you just need to make a simple single station change. First you have to take a Eurostar to Brussels from where you can either catch hourly intercity train or a Thalys train from. The fare is also very economical and starts from as low as £51 one-way, £89 return.