People of United Kingdom, pack your bags and get ready because you can now go from London to Amsterdam by train. A new rail service is set to whiz passengers from London to Europe’s own Sin City: Amsterdam. The Train since is a mode of travel by road it can be more fun compared to the plane. Keer reading to know the complete story.
London And Amsterdam
A new rail service to start from London to Amsterdam. The New rail route may be cheaper and faster compared to the previous route. The new train is set to start in April.
London To Amsterdam Will Begin On
Eurostar direct rail services between London and Amsterdam will start on 4 April. The company has reported, there can be an awaited move expected to spark a price war with airlines.
The Price For London To Amsterdam
The Price of Eurostar rail services between London and Amsterdam is set for £35 for one Way trip. The Price is way cheaper than that of any airline.
Time OF Departure
The New Eurostar rail service is set to have two trains daily. The train will depart at daily at 8.31am and 5.31pm. The Time of the departure is set considering the Office hours and other factors. Keep reading to know more on next page…
The Booking Starts On
The First Eurostar Rail service ticket will go sale on 20 February. The services will allow passengers to travel from St Pancras station in central London direct to the Netherlands.
The Time For Journey
Train travel between London and Amsterdam currently takes between four hours 30 minutes and five hours. The Eurostar Rail will take 3hr 01min between London and Rotterdam and 3hr 41min between London and Amsterdam.
Europe’s Busiest Air Route
More than 4 million travelers fly amongst London and Amsterdam, making it one of Europe’s busiest air route. As the Netherlands grows in popularity as a key business and tourism hub. Stay tuned for more details on Eurostar Rail.
Encouraged To Take The Rail Route
The passenger will be encouraged to talk the Train instead to air route. The Airline consumes more money and damages the environment more than that of the train. The train journey will be 80 percent cleaner than by air.
Chief Executive Of Eurostar
Nicolas Petrovic, chief executive of Eurostar (massive LAD), said: “The launch of our service to the Netherlands represents an exciting advance in cross-Channel travel and heralds a new era in international high-speed rail. With direct services from the UK to the Netherlands, France and Belgium, we are transforming the links between the UK and three of Europe’s top trading nations.”
Announcing The Route
At the time of Announcement, Eurostar said: “The launch of the London to Amsterdam service marks a historic milestone in the expansion of international high-speed rail travel, revolutionising the connection between these important destinations.”