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Eurostar is now operating their London to Amsterdam route. Currently, airlines dominate this route as it was formally the easiest and fastest way to get to Amsterdam. You can already book your Eurostar journey to Amsterdam from London with Omio.
Now that Eurostar has opened a new route to the Netherlands; allowing passengers from London to take the ‘tunnel under the sea’ directly to the Dutch capital. Passengers can now take the train to Amsterdam faster as they no longer need to change stations in Brussels, as the former route dictates.
The cheapest tickets will cost around £36 one-way, making it very affordable for the 4 million airline passengers who take this route each year. As a result, Eurostar are now offering alternative, innovative, and greener solutions to travel. You can book your tickets with Omio now.
If you choose to take the Eurostar, your carbon footprint will be much smaller. Travelling by train is generally a greener option, with the train company confirming that taking the journey via train emits 80% less carbon than by air.
Trains to Amsterdam arrive mainly at Amsterdam Centraal. Most trains to Amsterdam from the UK leave from London St Pancras International.
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