From Amsterdam to Paris by train: plan your trip

The French capital of Paris is just a short train ride from Amsterdam. You can wake up in your hotel in Amsterdam and already eat fresh croissants near the Eiffel Tower in the afternoon. Here are some tips that will help you plan your trip from Amsterdam to Paris by train.

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The earlier you book your train tickets, the less you pay. The lowest fare from Amsterdam to Paris is € 35 one-way. If the € 35 train tickets are sold out, the price will increase to between € 55 and € 135 one-way.

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From Amsterdam to Paris by train: timetable

There are 9 daily Thalys international train connections from Amsterdam, Schiphol airport and Rotterdam to Paris and back. For actual travel times, check the timetable on NS International official website >>

Prices train tickets from Amsterdam to Paris

You can get your train tickets from Amsterdam to Paris online and print them before you travel. By buying tickets online you avoid booking and service fee. NS International website accepts MasterCard, Visa and American Express credit cards. Buy your train tickets >>

Tip! By booking your train tickets to Amsterdam – Paris – Amsterdam early you get the best price. Booking starts 3 months before departure.

From Amsterdam to Disneyland Paris

Starting from 31 March 2019 there are also direct trains connecting Amsterdam Centraal station and Disneyland Paris (Marne la Vallée station).

  • Travel price: from € 35 one-way with Thalys
  • Travel time Amsterdam – Disneyland Paris: 3:50
  • Travel frequency: 2 direct trains a day
Book train tickets Amsterdam – Disneyland Paris online >>

From Amsterdam to Disneyland

Enjoy your trip from Amsterdam to Paris!

Also good to know:
Travelling by international trains in the Netherlands

International trains from AmsterdamPlanning to continue your European trip from Amsterdam? Just take a train and continue your journey to other popular European destinations – Paris, Brussels, Brugge, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Berlin. Most international trains to Germany, France, Belgium run directly from Amsterdam Centraal Station. Check itineraries, prices and buy international train tickets online >>

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