One practical and convenient advantage of Amsterdam is its location. From Amsterdam Central Station is possible to get on a train and travel to many European countries. So, after Dutch days enjoying the canals, museums, restaurants, and the nightlife is a great idea to change the scenario and go explore somewhere else. Frankfurt is a financial city, one of the most multicultural places in Germany and where travelers may experience the German culture.

Amsterdam Central Station

This is the main station of the city capital. It is a walk distance from the canals and some tourist attractions. It connects the city through trams, buses, subway lines and trains. The station doesn’t offer free wi-fi but it is available in restaurants and shops. The main Tourist Office is located there and many tours have the station as its meeting and starting point.

The Journey

Frankfurt is 409 km away from Amsterdam and it is a 3h47 train journey from Amsterdam Central Station to Frankfurt (Main) Hbf. The trains are operated by ICE – Deutsche Bahn. There are available 7 trains per day for this route. The first leaves Amsterdam Central Station at 00h03 and the last at 23h55.


Amsterdam Central Station

Frankfurt central station

Distance: 409km
Travel Time: 3 hours and 47 minutes

Train Information

ICE – Deutsche Bahn operates the journey from Amsterdam Central Station to Frankfurt (Main) Hbf.

It is possible to travel choosing between two classes of travel: 1st class and 2nd class. The free wi-fi connection is available in both classes. Passengers traveling in 1st class also get more comfortable leather seats, seat reservation included in the ticket price, quiet atmosphere, power outlets, food service at-seat and access to lounges.

Prices range from €39 to €69 for a one-way trip and tickets are available for booking six months in advance.


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Frankfurt (Main) Hbf Station

Frankfurt(Main)Hbf is the main station of Frankfurt and it is located in the middle downtown. It offers easy access to Frankfurt Airport and S-Bahn network. At the station, there are a lot of shops and eateries.

Arriving in Frankfurt

Getting on the S-Bahn or walk are the best options for travelers to get to the accommodation. The city is well-signalized and no major delays happen. Around the station, there are hotels, restaurants, sightseeing tours. Frankfurt offers the best of a financial center together mixed with the German lifestyle.