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The route from the capital of the Netherlands into Berlin in Germany is practically a straight line heading east although some modes of transport are more simple than others. Deutsche Bahn offer direct rail services that travel straight across from one city to the other whereas Flixbus, Eurolines, Info Bus and BerlinLinienBus all supply direct bus routes. Multiple airlines offer flights between the two locations with KLM and Easyjet providing services that go direct.
Buses leave Amsterdam bus station at various points throughout the day running up until 11:30 p.m. when Flixbus provide the final service that travels overnight. Eurolines and BerlinLinienBus also offer night buses which leave a few minutes prior. Elsewhere during the day Info Bus provide a morning service whereas Flixbus run both morning and afternoon trips. Travel time is usually anywhere between seven and ten hours although the 10:10 a.m. Flixbus can take fifteen hours.
Rail services run every two hours between the two cities beginning at 05:00 a.m. and ending just after 11:00 p.m. Bahn are the provider of these train routes with the morning services usually running direct and the afternoon/evening services requiring at least one change. Direct trains typically take around six-and-a-half hours whereas services with multiple stops can take up to eleven hours of total travel time.
KLM and Easyjet are the airlines that offer a direct route into Berlin with overall travel time usually around the four hour mark. Lufthansa, Iberia and Vueling also offer flights from Amsterdam to Berlin, but these often require lengthy connections at Barcelona and Roma Fuminicio.