Looking for great value travel to Amsterdam?

Enjoy comfortable coach travel from London to Amsterdam from just £22 one-way. Our coaches depart daily from London Victoria Coach Station and take you direct to the centre of Amsterdam.

So why not take the coach and let us do the driving? Just sit back and relax with air con, extra legroom, power sockets and onboard toilets.

Please note: From Dec 31 2017, our coaches to Amsterdam now terminate at a new location at Sloterdijk Rail Station. For further information, please download our Amsterdam stop guide.

Amsterdam: shopping

Dam Square

Just a five minute walk from Amsterdam’s Central Station, Dam Square is a fashion lover’s paradise. On the surrounding shopping streets, international clothing brands from Topshop to Monki boast spacious showrooms – and for a little taste of luxury, head into De Bijenkorf, one of the city’s largest department stores and home to the likes of Ralph Lauren and Chanel.

Spiegelkwartier

If antiques and art are more your thing, Amsterdam’s Spiegelkwartier is an absolute must. Offering over 70 independent galleries and specialised dealers to choose from, the district is a treasure-trove of unique pieces to add to your collection. And with cosy cafés and casual eateries on almost every corner, why not make a day of it?

Bloemenmarkt

For a one of a kind shopping experience, head towards the Singel Canal to visit the world’s only floating flower market. Founded in 1862, the market evokes Amsterdam’s shopping heritage – and bursting full of bouquets, bulbs and traditional souvenirs, it is one of the most colourful, fragrant places in the city: the perfect addition to your holiday photo album.

Amsterdam: where to eat and drink

De Kas

Founded by top Michelin star chef, Gert Jan Hagement, De Kas is the perfect blend of Dutch haute cuisine and stunning surroundings. The restaurant sits inside a renovated 1920s greenhouse and boasts a beautifully tranquil garden backdrop – ideal for escaping the rush of Amsterdam’s busy streets. Changing daily, the menu is based around fresh produce from De Kas’s onsite nursery. Open Monday to Saturday.

 

De Silveren Spiegel

For something more traditional, De Silveren Spiegel (meaning ‘the silver mirror’) serves up the authentic Amsterdam experience by the bucket load. Enjoy a variety of seasonal Dutch delights, from succulent veal steak to hearty potato soup, before washing it down with a refreshing red wine sorbet. And if that’s not enough to whet your appetite, the restaurant is set in an enchanting 17th century building – perfect for those who want to soak up the real Amsterdam.

 

Amsterdam Oost

Dubbed as one the city’s coolest neighbourhoods, the east of Amsterdam is the perfect place to soak up the city’s evening buzz. The once dingy quarter is now a hub of bars, restaurants and social spaces, making it a firm favourite for hip young Amsterdammers. Sit back and relax with a G&T at Bar Bukowski, the founding member of a new wave of eastside bars, or catch a gig at Q-Factory as you sip on a refreshing pint.

 

Things to keep in mind...

Connections to London

Our European services depart from London Victoria Coach Station. You can add travel to London from any of our UK coach stops for just £15 per person one-way or return. Just select your preferred UK stop and book to anywhere in Europe and this will automatically be added to your booking.

Customs Info

Passengers are required to carry their own luggage through customs while they are passing through Immigration at ports.

Departures

Customers departing from London Victoria Coach Station need to be at their departure location 15 minutes before departure.

Passport & Visa info

Passengers must ensure they have the correct passport and visa documentation for travel.

Luggage allowance 

Luggage allowance is 1 medium sized suitcase and 1 piece of hand luggage per person. 

Sea crossings 

Sea crossings are made by either ferry or Eurotunnel, check your ticket or timetable for specific information on your journey.