Amsterdam canals

London to Amsterdam

Up to 4 services per day from £21 one-way

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Children under 14 years of age are not permitted to travel without being accompanied throughout the journey by a responsible person aged 16 years or over.
Children aged 14 - 15 years old may travel unaccompanied, as from 5am, arriving at their booked destination no later than 10pm. Unaccompanied children will be asked for proof of age or a signed letter of permission from their parent/guardian. (sms or chat based messages are not permissible)

One infant aged 0-2 travels free when accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. Additional infants aged 0-2 must be paid for. If you are travelling with more than 1 infant aged 0-2, please book the additional infant as 'Children (3-15).

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Coach from London to Amsterdam

Amsterdam has it all, and its unique buildings, beautiful bridges and quiet canals give it a village-like charm.  You’ll find world-class museums, festivals all year round, laid-back bars and an abundance of restaurants. You will always find something to do in Amsterdam!

Travel from London to Amsterdam on selected departures from just £21 one-way.

Departing from London

London Victoria Coach Station is just 300 metres from the tube network, and is served by the Victoria Line, the District Line and the Circle Line. A bus stop is directly outside the coach station, and is served by many routes into the city centre. Victoria rail Station is also just 300 metres away, and there is a taxi rank outside the coach station on Eccleston Place.

Take a look at our London Victoria Station facilities

Arriving in Amsterdam

With its canals, clogs, cheese, flowers, cafes and friendly faces, Amsterdam offers one of Europe's warmest welcomes. It's always been an open-minded, tolerant country, reflected in the accepting, laid-back nature of the Dutch people.

The Amsterdam coach stop is located at Sloterdijk Rail Station, Radarweg, 1043 DT Amsterdam. Sloterdijk has regular trains to Amsterdam Centraal, Amsterdam's largest railway station and is also served by the Metro. 

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London to Amsterdam route stops include:
  • London Victoria Coach Station
  • Canterbury Bus Station
  • Dover (Ferry Port)
  • Rotterdam (Conradstraat) Netherlands
  • The Hague, (Den Haag), Netherlands
  • Amsterdam (Sloterdijk), Netherlands

Luggage

You can take one 20kg suitcase and two items of hand luggage per adult on European journeys.

Be sure to also check your flight luggage allowance with your airline before your pack.

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