Eurostar announces direct return trains from London to Amsterdam for £35

If you've been dying to book a trip to Amsterdam, it's your lucky day. Eurostar has just launched awesome new prices that’ll have you itching to get a date in the diary.

Eurostar’s latest update shows that direct return journeys to the popular city are now just £35. You can't even get a jumper for that these days!

You’ll jump on the train from London St Pancras all the way to the Dutch city. And in even better news, you’ll no longer be required to change at Brussels when you return because custom checks will be taking place at Rotterdam, so you can remain on the train all the way to London.

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The mega cheap tickets will be going on sale on Tuesday 11 February.

And there’s even more good new; the return trip, which usually takes around six and a half hours, is expected to now take just four hours and nine minutes.


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The Amsterdam to London train will begin with two daily services, with an aim to then increase this to three and eventually, four.

Rail expert Mark Smith, founder of Seat61.com said: “Eurostar has been tackling one of the biggest air routes in Europe with one hand tied behind its back. Now they can go all-out for a large chunk of that air market.”

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And Transport Secretary Grant Shapps added: “We're continuing to invest in modern, efficient transport links with the Continent so our businesses and tourism industry can flourish.

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“The days of passengers being forced to decamp from the train at Brussels to file through passport control will soon be over, as we look forward to direct, return, high-speed services to Amsterdam and beyond.”

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